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    New Balance 1450v1 Men's Black/Castlerock

    The New Balance 1450v1 trail walking shoes blends trail-specific rugged good looks and performance features to make your next adventure the best one yet. These shoes feature a slightly taller style made with synthetic and mesh waterproof materials and a waterproof membrane. Avid hikers will appreciate that these shoes offer comfort-drive Fresh Foam cushioning underfoot that lasts all day long. The more modern design provides a stylish silhouette, disguising this highly technical shoe as truly trendy footwear.

    Upper: Synthetic and mesh upper materials provide protection from the elements. Lace-up front offers an adjustable fit. Padded tongue and collar foam enhance comfort.

    Midsole: Fresh Foam fusion of plush foam and advanced design software creates an ultra-cushioned and geometrically sound experience. Removable insole.

    Outsole: Features a rugged outsole that provides durability and traction in high wear areas.

    average rating 4.0 out of 5
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    2 Reviews
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Comfortable for the long walk.

    I walk 3 to 6 miles daily in these shoes with no problems. They remind me of chukka boots, very comfortable. I am buying a second pair now that the price has dropped from $139 to $99.

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    Rated 3 out of 5
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    Not waterproof

    I am a letter carrier and bought these shoes specifically because the description said waterproof. They are NOT waterproof. Other than that they are a good shoe, but if you are buying them because they say waterproof, DON'T!

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