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- Leather Upper - Provides durability and comfort.
- Perforations - Increases ventilation.
- Outer Material: Leather
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Material Composition: Synthetic
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- Product Dimensions : 60 x 40 x 30 cm; 337 Grams
- Date First Available : 21 May 2019
- Manufacturer : New Balance
- ASIN : B07P5L2HM2
- Item model number : MX624AB5
- Department : Men's
- Best Sellers Rank: 2,547 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- Customer reviews:
Do everything in the New Balance 624v5 sneaker for men. A classic leather upper atop signature cushioning helps make sure that you’re doing it all in style and comfort.
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v2 but totally new unworn weight of right shoe is 392g
V2 or 3 not sure but 2013, (white colour for indoor gyms which ban black soles) 375 g but worn
v2 (black), worn 371g, but
v5 black, new, unworn is only 355 grams. The outer feels stiff like vinyl.
Wish New Balanced hadn't messed with it because now I wouldn't buy it ever again. Will have towait for the brown suede to be on the market to see it that will suit.
With Clarkes my feet are 8H but with New Balance are 9 4E. Make sure you selection is specifically UK size because very often their show boxes have their US labels with US size prominent and UK size diminished.
I’m a UK 9 but ordered a 10 as from experience I know NB trainers come up bit smaller.
The removable insole is not that good, but with all my shoes and trainers I use a foot active sport insole, so put these in and trainers are bang on for me 👍
Then there are the changing of the ventilation holes which seems to make it easier for the interior of the shoe to get damp from walking through wet grass or the shallowest of puddles and even just a wet pavement.
They've bulked out the top of the shoes where you tighten things so there's more cushioning, which should in theory be more comfortable, but I'm still unsure of this. Also the tread of the shoe has changed which in theory should give me more grip due to its patterned zigzag grooves, but I feel more aware of debris getting in the zigzag grooves which the older designs didn't make so much of an issue of.
At forty quid for a nice enough looking shoe in an extra wide width to accommodate my wide toes, they're cheaper then the competition, but I'll be looking elsewhere for my next pair of trainers. These used to be comfier then I find the newest designs to be and I only recently seem to have become aware they're made of leather as opposed to synthetic materials. So as a vegetarian that leans towards vegan products, I'll either have to up my budget for their more expensive trainers or choose a different company.
The V4s seemed fine. I just dislike these V5s and my newest pair aren't adapting to my feet quickly enough.
By PH on 25 October 2020