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Foot-hugging fit in a low-profile neutral trainer.

Cushioning is all well and good, but New Balance took special care with the upper in the latest version of its popular 1080 line, the Women's 1080V3 NBX Running Shoe. Lighter than ever, this neutral trainer boasts an arch-cradling upper construction that has to be felt to be believed and new Abzorb crash pads that soak up impact. Offering a versatile 8mm drop that will appeal to minimalists and more traditional runners alike, the 1080V3 is a stellar all-around performer
  • Fantom Fit skeletally engineered upper provides ultralight support and fit
  • Relatively low 8mm heel-to-toe drop accommodates both midfoot strikers and heel strikers
  • Natural PL-1 last features a medium heel and forefoot width, lower instep height, and reduced volume in the toe box
  • Premium Abzorb foam in shock-absorbing crash pads in heel and forefoot resists compression for ultimate cushioning
  • Nitrogen-infused N2 cushioning system is responsive and durable, yet with a low profile that keeps you close to the ground
  • Lightweight, flexible T-Beam TPU shank offers excellent torsional stability and arch support
  • Blown-rubber sole is lightweight, cushioning, and flexible

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What is the difference between the womens...

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What is the difference between the womens 1080v3 SP3 and the 1080v3 NBX running shoe. Is there a difference? I see that different stores advertise what looks like the same shoe either way. Thank you.