Chris from North Eastern, PA
I work 40 hours a week standing but mostly walking on
concrete floors. I've never gotten a blister with NB
sneakers before. I had six by the end of one day with this
model. Tried moleskin and band aids made for blisters but
had little relief. Ended up buying another model of NB
within days. Unfortunately was a complete waste of money for
me. It's strange because size and width seemed exactly spot
on and I'd never gotten a blister from any model of NB
Melanie from New Mexico
I bought this shoe because somebody had written a review
that said they were as good as the more expensive pair that
I usually buy. I am a mail carrier on my feet all day and
the first day I wore these they felt like they had no arch
support compared to my 926's and my lower back hurt all day.
I had to go back to wearing my worn out 926's and my back
didn't hurt anymore. I wish I would've spent the extra $30
on the better pair.
Sandy from Hawaii
I like this shoe, but did require some breaking in. The
length was fine, but the width was a little snug, so had to
limit time length of use. I like the shorter tongue on these
so my pants don't get caught up as in New Balance 587. The
only big problem is my shoes squeak something awful and I
don't know how to solve this.
Karen H. from Cincinnati. OH
I have worn this brand for several years. When my broken
foot was healing, my MD ordered me to wear only their styles
or similar supportive shoes. The WW 576 is very comfortable
and provides cushioned support. I recommend it to anyone who
likes to have comfortable, pain-free feet.