New Balance 915 Review

Kevin Fonger

If there's an activity or sport, I'll generally try it at least once. My main activities include running, hiking, skiing, cycling, camping, backpacking, and pretty much anything else you can think of. I love writing product reviews as I like helping people find the right gear so they will enjoy their activity that much more.

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  1. Shannon says:

    I found the 915s to feel less like a trail shoe and more like a road shoe, yet they delivered the necessary traction and performance that you need for running on trails. I liked the low profile feel and the glove like fit that they provided. The tongue of the shoe is shaped so that it really seals out rocks, dust, water, etc by dipping into the body of the shoe on both sides; plus it isn’t overly bulking.
    NB calls these stability trail shoes. However, like AGR I am a neutral and found these shoes to not over correct and felt comfy while hopping-skipping-jumping on the trail. Another major bonus, the laces! I don’t think I ever had to stop and retie my laces while out on the trail because of NBs unique lace design.

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