|Update:||New Balance 775 v3|
|Weight:||Men: 7.6oz | Women: 6.3oz|
|Heel to toe drop:||Men: 8mm | Women: 8mm|
|Arch type:||High arch|
|Strike Pattern:||Midfoot strike|
|Heel height:||Men: 27mm | Women: 27mm|
|Forefoot height:||Men: 19mm | Women: 19mm|
|Release date:||Mar 2015|
|Width:||Men: Normal | Women: Normal|
- A combination of synthetic materials and mesh make up the upper unit of the New Balance 775. This section allows air to enter the shoe and provide ventilation to the runner. The overlay system is fused with the upper fabrics to deliver a comfortable fit that’s not marred by unnecessary stitching or obtrusive layers. Reflective coating is added to the logo, making the shoe more visible under low-light conditions.
- The midsole unit of this New Balance shoe makes use of the Cush+, a plush underfoot foam system that delivers responsive cushioning to the entire underside of the foot. It doesn’t break down easily, so it remains competent for longer periods of time. Underneath this revolutionary foam unit lies an EVA unit that’s in contact with the ground. It gives additional cushioning.
- Durable rubber is placed in critical areas of the outsole. Its strategic placing enables it to protect the areas of the sole unit that are more prone to wear and tear. Deep flex grooves are cut to provide sure flexibility and freedom of motion.
The New Balance 775 has a standard running shoe length. It is available in sizes that adhere to the regular measurements. The men and women’s versions come in medium widths, which means that this shoe is able to accommodate those with medium sized feet. The semi-curved shape follows the natural curve of the human foot.
The outsole of the New Balance 775 uses a durable rubber material in order to protect critical areas from wear and tear. It acts as a shield against the potentially damaging effects of surface friction. It also delivers reliable traction on the asphalt.
Deep flex grooves cut all over the surface of the outsole. They allow the platform to move in accordance with the biomechanics of the wearer’s foot. Freedom of motion is given to the runner.
The Cush+ technology uses a foam compound that is soft and responsive. The foot immediately feels comfortable when standing on this unit. It cushions the foot-strike and helps the runner spring back up during the toe-off. It’s durable, too. The same midsole configuration is used in the 3rd version of the New Balance 775.
Ethylene vinyl acetate is placed underneath the Cush+. This full-length foam is in contact with the ground, so it is able to attenuate impact shock and deliver additional cushioning to the wearer.
A mix of synthetic materials and mesh make up the upper unit of the New Balance 775. The fabric itself is able to welcome environmental air into the foot-chamber in order to keep the runner well-ventilated.
The tongue and collar are padded, therefore giving additional security to the foot. They assist in locking the foot in place and preventing any accidental shoe removals.
Thin overlays are fused directly to the upper fabric. They help in giving a snug and secure fit to the runner. They are connected to the lacing system, so whenever the shoelaces are adjusted, they follow suit.
The N logos placed on the medial and lateral sides are coated with a reflective material, which heightens visibility in low-light conditions.