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New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe

New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe

New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
New Balance Men's Beacon V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe
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Features

  • 50% Textile 50% Synthetic
  • Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
  • 6 Mm Drop**
  • Engineered Mesh
  • Ground Contact Eva
  • Ground Contact Fresh Foam

Description

New balances all-new fresh foam beacon for men features ample midsole heights to increase the amount of their leading performance cushioning with the first-ever ground contact fresh foam. While fresh foam cushioning offers premium plushness, the circular knit mesh upper compliments the midsole with a breathable and stylish fit.


Product Dimensions 15 x 10 x 5 inches


Shipping Weight 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B077PXJWDD


Item model number MBECNPF


Date first listed on Amazon October 17, 2014


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars


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Features

  • 50% Textile 50% Synthetic
  • Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
  • 6 Mm Drop**
  • Engineered Mesh
  • Ground Contact Eva
  • Ground Contact Fresh Foam

Description

New balances all-new fresh foam beacon for men features ample midsole heights to increase the amount of their leading performance cushioning with the first-ever ground contact fresh foam. While fresh foam cushioning offers premium plushness, the circular knit mesh upper compliments the midsole with a breathable and stylish fit.


Product Dimensions 15 x 10 x 5 inches


Shipping Weight 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B077PXJWDD


Item model number MBECNPF


Date first listed on Amazon October 17, 2014


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 50% Textile 50% Synthetic
  • Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
  • 6 Mm Drop**
  • Engineered Mesh
  • Ground Contact Eva
  • Ground Contact Fresh Foam

Description

New balances all-new fresh foam beacon for men features ample midsole heights to increase the amount of their leading performance cushioning with the first-ever ground contact fresh foam. While fresh foam cushioning offers premium plushness, the circular knit mesh upper compliments the midsole with a breathable and stylish fit.


Product Dimensions 15 x 10 x 5 inches


Shipping Weight 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B077PXJWDD


Item model number MBECNPF


Date first listed on Amazon October 17, 2014


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars


abunda_amazon_reviews I'm sort of a captive audience for New Balance, as they are one of the only brands that makes running shoes that fit me (generally 15-wide), but I was ready for a break from the Zante. I'm glad I tried the Beacon, because it's very comfortable and I've been running well in it, but there's one annoying issue: the insole won't stay put; it consistently slides backwards inside the shoe while I'm running, slowly climbing the rear of the shoe until it folds up into a little point that jabs me in the heel with every step (see attached picture). This has happened almost immediately with both pairs of Beacons that I own, and I had similar issues with the Zante in the past. Fortunately, I've discovered that I can tack the insole in place with a bit of Shoe Goo®, but I'm still disappointed in New Balance. I hope they will address these issues in future versions, and without making any other significant changes to what is currently a very solid shoe. Verdict: I'll keep buying them, especially while the blue one is $40 for whatever reason, but I guess I'm going to stop giving NB the benefit of the doubt and glue down the insoles as soon as get the shoes. I thought I was content with the Zante, but they feel like unresponsive bricks now that I've been running in the Beacon.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Good shoe; bad insole?;;Cam E;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2ROZRUKMFYSWG/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B077PXJWDD;;;---Update--- 4/2019: I've got about 200 miles on these shoes now. The foam in contact with the ground is still holding up great but its starting to break down from compression, I could probably get 50 more miles out of them, but I'm getting old and weight 200 lbs, not worth pushing it when a new pair of shoes will keep me motivated to put in the miles, I plan to retire these for now. If I can get another pair for 80 dollars or less I'll spring for them, but there are too many good shoes out there to pay 120 for these. I am going to skechers maxroad 3 ultra for my next pair of maximal shoes. ------ Original: Oct 2018 The fit. I recommend trying on two sizes, your normal new balance size, which is a half size smaller than brooks nike, adidas, and a half size smaller than that. Return the size that doesn't fit. These are a bit wide in the toe box, but also quite generous in the mid-foot too, which means in my normal new balance size, I had to crank down the laces which causes that annoying wrinkle in the toe box. Not sure why they don't run the laces down towards the toes another inch for a *much* better fit to accomodate more foot types, but running shoes are all about form over function now-a-days even from real running shoe companies. The feel: These are magic shoes. Really. These are ridiculously light, and ridiculously cushy *and* springy. A large part of the lightness comes from the lack of a rubber outsole. New Balance claims they don't need one because the fresh foam GC (only this shoe uses the GC foam) is more durable. That remains to be seen, I'll try them for 200-300 miles. I weight 200 lbs and these provided cushion and energy return while having a nice flexible fore-foot. These aren't marketed as stability shoes, but they definite provide a bit of stability from the design of the midsole, which is a really good thing. They have a medium height arch support and the medial side of the shoe has foam bulges to help provide more stability, also the ball of the foot contact area is nice and wide. The run: I went 6 miles in 54 minutes, My legs, shins, and knees felt really really great from the cushion, but because the midfoot is generous and the toe box is generous, I could feel my foot working a bit more to stabilize inside the shoe itself than a more traditional shoe that runs a little tighter. I'm not sure that's necessarily a good thing. Overall, a great pair of running shoes, don't be afraid of these if you're heavier or need some moderate stability and order this in two sizes to make sure you get the right size.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Try on two sizes, these run large and wide, even for new balance;;Nickolas L. Scott;;/gp/customer-reviews/RFN6UOFANI0S8/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B077PXJWDD;;;After two 3 plus mile runs, they seem like great shoes, will update as I increase mileage. These are a 6mm running shoes that comes in widths. I've been running in New Balance Boracays 4mm and Altra One's 0mm for the last 4 years, these are a little higher in the heel and it feels like they want to keep pushing you down the road and don't want to stop. The cushion is just enough to get a good return from the ground but not mushy. The upper stretches a little more than I would like, it feels like its getting loose at times, but might wind up conforming to my foot. 01/11/2019 update, after two 9 plus mile runs, the only problem I have is that the insole keeps sliding up the back on the heel, I can deal with that issue, other than that, these are great, lightweight running shoes. Similar to Saucony Kinvara's but wider. Watch their prices, dropped down to $47.59 right after I bought them, so put another pair in my cart. Waited a week and went to place the order and they jumped back up to $119.00;;Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very Good Running Shoe, Happy Runner Here;;L. G.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1W5XFJNGYQVS3/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B077PXJWDD

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Cam E - Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2018
Good shoe; bad insole?
I'm sort of a captive audience for New Balance, as they are one of the only brands that makes running shoes that fit me (generally 15-wide), but I was ready for a break from the Zante. I'm glad I tried the Beacon, because it's very comfortable and I've been running well in it, but there's one annoying issue: the insole won't stay put; it consistently slides backwards inside the shoe while I'm running, slowly climbing the rear of the shoe until it folds up into a little point that jabs me in the heel with every step (see attached picture). This has happened almost immediately with both pairs of Beacons that I own, and I had similar issues with the Zante in the past. Fortunately, I've discovered that I can tack the insole in place with a bit of Shoe Goo®, but I'm still disappointed in New Balance. I hope they will address these issues in future versions, and without making any other significant changes to what is currently a very solid shoe. Verdict: I'll keep buying them, especially while the blue one is $40 for whatever reason, but I guess I'm going to stop giving NB the benefit of the doubt and glue down the insoles as soon as get the shoes. I thought I was content with the Zante, but they feel like unresponsive bricks now that I've been running in the Beacon.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Nickolas L. Scott - Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2018
Try on two sizes, these run large and wide, even for new balance
---Update--- 4/2019: I've got about 200 miles on these shoes now. The foam in contact with the ground is still holding up great but its starting to break down from compression, I could probably get 50 more miles out of them, but I'm getting old and weight 200 lbs, not worth pushing it when a new pair of shoes will keep me motivated to put in the miles, I plan to retire these for now. If I can get another pair for 80 dollars or less I'll spring for them, but there are too many good shoes out there to pay 120 for these. I am going to skechers maxroad 3 ultra for my next pair of maximal shoes. ------ Original: Oct 2018 The fit. I recommend trying on two sizes, your normal new balance size, which is a half size smaller than brooks nike, adidas, and a half size smaller than that. Return the size that doesn't fit. These are a bit wide in the toe box, but also quite generous in the mid-foot too, which means in my normal new balance size, I had to crank down the laces which causes that annoying wrinkle in the toe box. Not sure why they don't run the laces down towards the toes another inch for a *much* better fit to accomodate more foot types, but running shoes are all about form over function now-a-days even from real running shoe companies. The feel: These are magic shoes. Really. These are ridiculously light, and ridiculously cushy *and* springy. A large part of the lightness comes from the lack of a rubber outsole. New Balance claims they don't need one because the fresh foam GC (only this shoe uses the GC foam) is more durable. That remains to be seen, I'll try them for 200-300 miles. I weight 200 lbs and these provided cushion and energy return while having a nice flexible fore-foot. These aren't marketed as stability shoes, but they definite provide a bit of stability from the design of the midsole, which is a really good thing. They have a medium height arch support and the medial side of the shoe has foam bulges to help provide more stability, also the ball of the foot contact area is nice and wide. The run: I went 6 miles in 54 minutes, My legs, shins, and knees felt really really great from the cushion, but because the midfoot is generous and the toe box is generous, I could feel my foot working a bit more to stabilize inside the shoe itself than a more traditional shoe that runs a little tighter. I'm not sure that's necessarily a good thing. Overall, a great pair of running shoes, don't be afraid of these if you're heavier or need some moderate stability and order this in two sizes to make sure you get the right size.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L. G. - Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2018
Very Good Running Shoe, Happy Runner Here
After two 3 plus mile runs, they seem like great shoes, will update as I increase mileage. These are a 6mm running shoes that comes in widths. I've been running in New Balance Boracays 4mm and Altra One's 0mm for the last 4 years, these are a little higher in the heel and it feels like they want to keep pushing you down the road and don't want to stop. The cushion is just enough to get a good return from the ground but not mushy. The upper stretches a little more than I would like, it feels like its getting loose at times, but might wind up conforming to my foot. 01/11/2019 update, after two 9 plus mile runs, the only problem I have is that the insole keeps sliding up the back on the heel, I can deal with that issue, other than that, these are great, lightweight running shoes. Similar to Saucony Kinvara's but wider. Watch their prices, dropped down to $47.59 right after I bought them, so put another pair in my cart. Waited a week and went to place the order and they jumped back up to $119.00

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Cam E - Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2018
Good shoe; bad insole?
I'm sort of a captive audience for New Balance, as they are one of the only brands that makes running shoes that fit me (generally 15-wide), but I was ready for a break from the Zante. I'm glad I tried the Beacon, because it's very comfortable and I've been running well in it, but there's one annoying issue: the insole won't stay put; it consistently slides backwards inside the shoe while I'm running, slowly climbing the rear of the shoe until it folds up into a little point that jabs me in the heel with every step (see attached picture). This has happened almost immediately with both pairs of Beacons that I own, and I had similar issues with the Zante in the past. Fortunately, I've discovered that I can tack the insole in place with a bit of Shoe Goo®, but I'm still disappointed in New Balance. I hope they will address these issues in future versions, and without making any other significant changes to what is currently a very solid shoe. Verdict: I'll keep buying them, especially while the blue one is $40 for whatever reason, but I guess I'm going to stop giving NB the benefit of the doubt and glue down the insoles as soon as get the shoes. I thought I was content with the Zante, but they feel like unresponsive bricks now that I've been running in the Beacon.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Nickolas L. Scott - Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2018
Try on two sizes, these run large and wide, even for new balance
---Update--- 4/2019: I've got about 200 miles on these shoes now. The foam in contact with the ground is still holding up great but its starting to break down from compression, I could probably get 50 more miles out of them, but I'm getting old and weight 200 lbs, not worth pushing it when a new pair of shoes will keep me motivated to put in the miles, I plan to retire these for now. If I can get another pair for 80 dollars or less I'll spring for them, but there are too many good shoes out there to pay 120 for these. I am going to skechers maxroad 3 ultra for my next pair of maximal shoes. ------ Original: Oct 2018 The fit. I recommend trying on two sizes, your normal new balance size, which is a half size smaller than brooks nike, adidas, and a half size smaller than that. Return the size that doesn't fit. These are a bit wide in the toe box, but also quite generous in the mid-foot too, which means in my normal new balance size, I had to crank down the laces which causes that annoying wrinkle in the toe box. Not sure why they don't run the laces down towards the toes another inch for a *much* better fit to accomodate more foot types, but running shoes are all about form over function now-a-days even from real running shoe companies. The feel: These are magic shoes. Really. These are ridiculously light, and ridiculously cushy *and* springy. A large part of the lightness comes from the lack of a rubber outsole. New Balance claims they don't need one because the fresh foam GC (only this shoe uses the GC foam) is more durable. That remains to be seen, I'll try them for 200-300 miles. I weight 200 lbs and these provided cushion and energy return while having a nice flexible fore-foot. These aren't marketed as stability shoes, but they definite provide a bit of stability from the design of the midsole, which is a really good thing. They have a medium height arch support and the medial side of the shoe has foam bulges to help provide more stability, also the ball of the foot contact area is nice and wide. The run: I went 6 miles in 54 minutes, My legs, shins, and knees felt really really great from the cushion, but because the midfoot is generous and the toe box is generous, I could feel my foot working a bit more to stabilize inside the shoe itself than a more traditional shoe that runs a little tighter. I'm not sure that's necessarily a good thing. Overall, a great pair of running shoes, don't be afraid of these if you're heavier or need some moderate stability and order this in two sizes to make sure you get the right size.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L. G. - Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2018
Very Good Running Shoe, Happy Runner Here
After two 3 plus mile runs, they seem like great shoes, will update as I increase mileage. These are a 6mm running shoes that comes in widths. I've been running in New Balance Boracays 4mm and Altra One's 0mm for the last 4 years, these are a little higher in the heel and it feels like they want to keep pushing you down the road and don't want to stop. The cushion is just enough to get a good return from the ground but not mushy. The upper stretches a little more than I would like, it feels like its getting loose at times, but might wind up conforming to my foot. 01/11/2019 update, after two 9 plus mile runs, the only problem I have is that the insole keeps sliding up the back on the heel, I can deal with that issue, other than that, these are great, lightweight running shoes. Similar to Saucony Kinvara's but wider. Watch their prices, dropped down to $47.59 right after I bought them, so put another pair in my cart. Waited a week and went to place the order and they jumped back up to $119.00