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New Balance Ladies W769 B - White/Orange

A great moderate support shoe. Suitable for a wide range of runners from entry level to marathon runners who require a bit of stability with a decent level of cushioning.

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The New Balance 769 is one of New Balance’s best selling shoes due to the support it offers mild to moderate over pronators. It does this with a non-aggressive TS2 dual density medial post. As well as offering this support the shoe has a great level of cushioning with Abzorb and Nergy present at the heel and Abzorb lining the midsole under the metatarsals.
Even with the added features of sure lace, lock down liner and lightning dry the shoe still manages to stay a lighter shoe.

Features Include:
  • Abzorb® DTS Dynamic Transition System (D.T.S) combines Abzorb® foam and Abzorb® SBS to provide optimal cushioning and a smooth transition on heel strike.
  • Transitional Support System - Multi-density medial support creates a smooth transition from heel stricke to toe-off.
  • N-Durance® Rubber compound for maximum durability in high-wear areas


UK (& Channel Islands)

  • £3.95 (up to 2 Kg - single item)
  • £5.95 (2-5 Kg - single item)
  • £7.95 (5-30 Kg - single item)

Rest of the World

  • Republic of Ireland: £7.95
  • Other EU countries: £10.95
  • Outside of Europe: £10.95

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If you find that your purchased product is unsuitable, simply return the item(s) to us in their original condition within 14 days of receipt and we will issue a full refund (excluding original delivery charge) on receipt. There is a handy returns form with label on the reverse of our invoice. Please note that we cannot be held responsible for items lost or delayed in transit on the way back to us.

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If you have a normal arch, your feet overpronate, which means they roll inwards too far when you run. A normal inward movement allows for the natural absorption of shock, but overpronators can be susceptible to injuries. This means you should choose a shoe with supportive, structured cushioning, allowing the shoe to support the trait.

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