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New Balance QIKv3 Cross-Training Shoe - Men's

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Change your game, not your shoe.

You enjoy a variety of activities, but you don’t want five different shoes for each sport. The QIKv3 Cross-Training Shoe is a reliable all-in-one option. New Balance’s FantomFit design uses no-sew technology to give you a light, form-fitting feel. Compared to other shoes within the brand, this shoe is equipped with a lightweight midsole that will keep up with your high-intensity intervals. And when you ditch the gym for the trail, the traction sole will tackle rugged terrain.

  • Count your steps and tackle any workout in this lightweight shoe
  • Ultralight fit with no-sew technology hugs your foot
  • RevLite midsole is lightweight for cross-training
  • Quix sole provides flexible traction for unexpected terrain
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Tech Specs

Upper Material
FantomFit
Closure
lace
Midsole
REVlite, EVA
Sole
Quix
Cushion
moderate
Drop
6mm
Claimed Weight
[single] 9.8oz
Recommended Use
training
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

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Nice Gym Shoes - but Tough to Get on

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 175lbs

I want to love these - they look really nice, are comfortable, have the right amount of cushion / stack for the gym and lifting, and have been holding up well so far. However, if you have high insteps and wide feet, they are a nightmare to get on. It's a bit like putting on a moc climbing shoe where I kind of wedge my foot in and then yank the back up over it and while they're loosened up a bit, it gets kind of old doing it each time. I think that normal foot shape folks probably don't have that issue - in which case I'd say go for em, especially at the price, but for other platapus foot shaped folks, you may want to try two sizes or styles to see if you like them.

Nice shoes!

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

I have wider feet, they stretch enough to fit after being worn for a little which is nice! They look good definitely don't seem wide when you're looking straight down on them. Pretty light weight and they look great!