Updates to New Balance Vazee Rush

  • The New Balance Vazee Rush features a seamless, no-sew cleatie construction that delivers a glove-like fit while keeping the entire upper cover breathable. It also gives added support while wrapping the foot securely.
  • This shoe also comes with a deconstructed heel counter that encourages natural foot movement while giving additional shoe flexibility and unrestrained fit.

Size and fit

The Vazee Rush is available in standard running shoe length. The midfoot, forefoot and heel are of standard measurements, accommodating those with regular foot widths. This shoe is available in both standard and wide measurements for both men’s and women’s version.


The outsole of the Vazee Rush uses the regular blown carbon rubber that offers enough amount of traction. Its treading is almost-flat and non-aggressive in nature, making the shoe ideal for both dry and wet surfaces. This outsole material is also utilized in the Vazee Rush v2.


The midsole features the innovative RevLite foam that allows runners to experience a well-cushioned, comfortable rider. It gives plush underfoot feel, allowing runners to survive long distance runs. This midsole foam is highly responsive and delivers a smooth heel-to-toe transition.


The New Balance Vazee Rush provides a lightweight, comfortable and breathable coverage due to the synthetic upper mesh. The no-sew construction provide a smooth feel while giving a secure fit. The cleatie tongue construction of the shoe delivers a seamless, next-to-skin comfort while the oblique toe box imitates the curvature of the foot, providing runners an enhanced fit.


How New Balance Vazee Rush ranks compared to all other shoes
Top 21% road running shoes
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Top 23% New Balance running shoes
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Top 20% neutral running shoes
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