Who should buy the New Balance 877

This pair of New Balance walking shoes have cushioning elements that deliver comfort whether worn during work, traveling, doing chores, or running.  It is a solid option if:

  • You are looking for a shoe with enough toe box depth that accommodates custom orthotics, prosthetics, and braces.
  • You suffer from plantar fasciitis bunions and corns.
  • You want to feel stable while walking and need all-day support.
  • You are looking for a shoe that bears the A5500 code, is suitable for those with diabetes, and is covered and reimbursable through Medicare or health insurance. 

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The New Balance 877's removable airy insole

The NB 877 has an insole with perforations that help with breathability. It can also easily be replaced with custom orthotics if needed. 

New Balance 877 Insole

Durable cushioning

Adding to the comfortable ride is the ABZORB midsole. It is the brand’s most durable foam and it provides impact reduction when the foot hits the surface.

New Balance 877 Midsole

Reliable traction

Feel surefooted when walking on concrete, asphalt, wood, tile, and other urban surfaces with its full rubber outsole. 

New Balance 877 Outsole

Heel-to-toe guidance

It also features the Walking Strike Path innovation that helps the foot smoothly roll forward with each step

New Balance 877 Heel to Toe Guidance

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 347g / Women 279g
Arch support: Neutral
Use: All-day wear, City
Closure: Lace-up
Material: Suede upper
Features: Orthotic friendly / Removable insole / Cushioned
Condition: Plantar fasciitis, Diabetic (A5500), Heavy person

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