New Running Arrivals: 1260

Posted: June 22, 2011 in Running, Uncategorized
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Just arrived this week is the new 1260 Runner. This is the update to the 1226.

Via New Balance.com…

The New Balance 1260 is a high-mileage trainer loaded with premium technologies for the runner who requires moderate stability with exceptional cushioning. This update to the popular 1226 features a cutting-edge Stabilicore® medial posting upgrade that sits atop higher-density foam to provide a flawless transition through the gait cycle. Whether you’re running a quick warmup lap or your third marathon this year, the 1260 can take it; in fact, if you listen carefully, you just might hear it asking for more.

Weight: 13.1 oz

Last: PL-1

Assembled In The USA

Entire midsole made of ABZORB® FL provides unique lightweight shock absorption

ABZORB® Strobel Board runs full length of shoe to maximize shock absorption and comfort

STABILITY WEB® delivers midfoot support and reduces the weight of the shoe

Ndurance® rubber compound for maximum outsole durability

Stabilicore® medial support system provides an extremely smooth transition from heel strike to toe-off

Dual Density Collar uses both a softer density foam against the foot for cushioning, and a firmer density foam for support

N-ERGY® in both heel and forefoot provides NB’s most advanced shock absorption and cushioning

Synthetic/Mesh upper provides lightweight comfort and support

Multi-density insert provides excellent cushioning for all-day comfort

Blown Rubber Forefoot for lightweight cushioning

External heel counter for rearfoot stability

Reflective detailing enhances your visibility

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