Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • The New Balance All Coasts 210 is a budget-friendly, high-quality sneaker, according to most shoppers.
  • Most testers praise its satisfying level of comfort, citing that the Fresh Foam footbed makes it perfect for all-day wear, especially when at work.
  • Some users consider the New Balance All Coasts 210 as a fantastic everyday staple due to its versatile, casual design.
  • Its low profile and color schemes look slick but not flashy at all, which many wearers like.
  • A good deal of customers are excited for more colorways as they plan to buy more pairs.
  • Several users mention that the All Coasts 210 is a great improvement to the 210 range.
  • The All Coasts 210 is lightweight, flexible, and packed with impressive board feel, according to various skaters.
  • A couple of wide-footers are happy about its width sizing.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The heel area feels stiff during the first week of wear, a few reviewers have mentioned.
  • A reviewer suggests wearing thick socks to prevent blisters during the break-in period.
  • At least one online shopper points out that the colors look different in person.

Bottom line

In the All Coasts line, New Balance has blended the classic Pro Court trainer with vintage skate aesthetics. The results are highly skateable sneakers with cleanly deconstructed silhouettes. They're more lightweight, flexible, built to last.

The All Coasts 210 features a low profile: a suede/canvas upper settling atop a vulc sole. Underneath, an N-Durance herringbone-tread rubber outsole grips the ground. With a wallet-friendly price tag, the All Coasts 210 is an overall solid sneaker.

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Good to know

The New Balance All Coasts 210 skates shoes are available to both sexes. The All Coasts 210 model uses either a traditional lace-up or a Velcro strap closure, providing the feet with a lockdown, custom fitting. Moreover, its low profile allows a full range of ankle motion.

This All Coasts 210 has an effortlessly sophisticated look, which can be worn in and out the skate parks or dog parks or on any occasion. Its minimalist design easily pairs up with the casual, staple clothing one wears every day.

Men can go for that chill look and match this sneaker with denims, pants, khakis, shorts, and chinos with a tee or flannel for a top. As for women, skinny jeans, light dresses, and denim skirts or shorts will do more than all right. Moreover, the All Coasts 210 are offered in a variety of easy-to-wear colorways, such as tan with white, pink gum with gum and black, ozone blue with tan, black with gray, navy with purple, and more.

The All Coasts 210 is built to be a hard-wearing beater. For skating, traveling, working, partying, or just walking, this sneaker can be used all around. It simply checks all boxes—comfort, style, durability, function, and more. All thanks to its brilliant features, most notably the N-Durance outsole, Fresh Foam footbed, and multilayered toe cap.

New Balance launched its skate-focused Numeric range in 2013. Using their century-long experience in making performance footwear and taking cues from their classics, New Balance churned out top-notch skate shoes. That said, all Numeric models bore that unmistakable minimalist NB signature.

Just recently, New Balance added the All Coasts line under the Numeric range. Shoes under the All Coasts line took cues from the brand's 1970s Pro Court model. The All Coasts 210 is among the line's standout silhouettes.

  • This model also has a closed-cell polyurethane insert for more impact protection.
  • Its tongue and collar are lightly padded for extra comfort.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.