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New Balance 247 v2 “Time Zone” Pack Includes Four Key Global Cities

New Balance’s 247 v2 silhouette is a modernized version of the original 247 boasting a lifestyle-engineered bootie-like construction ready to provide the wearer with all-day comfort and an attractive aesthetic. Following numerous appealing GR colorways, the Boston-based sneaker brand just dropped a four-piece “Time Zone” pack paying homage to four of the world’s most iconic cities. Avid fans of NB will have their choice between a a soft pink for NYC, a deep purple for Tokyo, a vibrant red for Hong Kong, and finally a burnt orange for London. Each of the four varieties equip a large lace dubrae with their city abbreviations etched into them, with Hong Kong and Tokyo’s pair opting for their respective language’s characters. All four pairs of the New Balance 247 v2 “Time Zone” pack are currently available at NewBalance.com with an MSRP of $120 USD. ..........Read full article

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    Description: Size 14D was too short. I'll have to return them. My big toe was up against the end of the shoe. There was another review here that said the large size fit him. I have a 14D New Balance MW748 shoe that fits fine (I just checked that again in case my feet had lengthened).
    A small criticism: there's a green border around the large N in the brown model that's not on the illustration and is fairly unattractive.
    Date Added:October 15, 2018
    By F. Purcell

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    Description: I've been buying New Balance MX-001 lasted shoes (MX608, MX623) for years now...probably a pair every year or so for the last 15+ years. Historically, for me, they have fit better, given more support (flat feet), and held up better than just about any other knock-about training shoe I've bought (Nike, Adidas, etc). In addition, the non-marking sole is great for boat decks (your boat-owner friends won't get upset and hand you a scrub bucket!)

    As others have noted, there is a fit difference with the V3 vs. the earlier shoes. In particular, I find the heel pocket to be just slightly wider than before, so I get a very small amount of heel-lift while walking. This is probably my biggest concern right now. There is also less arch support than in older models, though with a custom orthotic, this is less of an issue for me.

    On the quality side, you can see a few obvious cost-saving measures--the 'N' on each side of the shoe is no longer embroidered, but simply a plastic/rubber molding glued or welded to the upper. The heel pull loop is no longer stitched into the upper, but merely tacked onto the outside of the upper. Too early to tell about durabilty--I'm hoping the sole is of better quality than on the V2, where the outer-most (bottom) layer delaminated from the midsole after only a few months of use. Better is the label on the tongue--with the V2, it was a 1.5" w x 1/2" h strip tack-stitched on the left and right ends (1/2" dimension), easily snagged and torn off the tongue when lacing up the shoes. The V3 has a 1.5" w x 1" tall label stitched across the bottom and also into the top of the tongue--less likely to snag and looks to be more robust.
    Date Added:October 25, 2018
    By L. Toy