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Test the limits of your endurance with the New Balance Women's WT1210V1 NBX Trail Running Shoe. Designed for the ultra runner, this shoe strikes the ideal balance between impact protection and stability, and then it melts away under your foot so you can forget about your shoe and concentrate on the run. A medial post offers the arch support you need for high mileage, limited-seam internal construction reduces the opportunity for blisters to form, and the moderate heel offset encourages a more natural foot strike closer to your mid or forefoot. Ultra courses are notorious for playing host to unpredictable terrain, so the 1210's Vibram outsole features bi-directional lugs that offer exceptional traction. As an added touch for the ultra runner, New Balance's engineers widened the toebox to allow room for foot swell—a common byproduct of high-mileage running and an issue rarely addressed by specific design. First-time ultra runners will feel confident wearing this shoe for mid- to long-distance runs, and for the true ultra distances, seasoned vets will take advantage of the extra volume and protection.

  • Synthetic uppers keep this shoe lightweight and allow it to dry quickly on wet trails
  • Mesh upper panels help your foot stay cool in hot weather
  • Flexible overlays improve the support of the upper and lock your foot in place so there's no sliding or sloppiness to the fit
  • Debris-free construction incorporates a lightweight inner material that shields the foot from dust, dirt, and debris that could cause blisters or discomfort
  • Limited-Seam Internal Construction positions material seams in a way that reduces the opportunity for chafing that could cause blisters
  • Moderate 8mm heel-toe-offset (drop) encourages a midfoot or forefoot foot strike so you roll off your toes quickly and engage your calf for balance and strength
  • Medial post provides the arch support needed for long-distance and ultra-distance running
  • Vibram outsole is highly durable, and it uses a bi-directional lug pattern to create immense traction for ascending and descending
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Lightweight but burly and cushiony!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Size Bought: 10

I've had these shoes for about a month now and have been running regularly in them. Historically I love a really cushioned shoe because I underpronate a bit and have crap knees and super high arches. These are awesome because they're really well cushioned but still SUPER light! The soles are nice and bomber for running trails, but the top part is really light and flexible so you can get a nice snug fit. I like to have a lot of flex in my shoe uppers so my feet and ankles do my stabilizing for me and stay strong. If you want something with a ton of support throughout the whole upper of the shoe, these probably aren't for you but for me they're perfect!

I ordered my regular size, not a half size up and they fit just right. Wider in the toebox but nice and snug in the heel.

Leadville 1210-great support

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

The Leadville 1210 is a great fit for long distance trail running, for the runner who also seeks stability and moderate cushioning. I've taken this shoe out for several 10 mile runs. I overpronate slightly on one foot, so have been testing a lot of different brands and models to provide this desired support This shoe grips very well. Personally, the best size for me was true to size and not 1/2 size up like other reviews on New Balance may recommend. The toe box is purposefully wide, allowing your foot the room to expand over long distances.