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New Balance Kids' 2750 Shoe

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New Balance Kids' 2750

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Watch her zoom on by on The 2750 running shoes from New Balance.

  • Mesh and synthetic upper in an athletic running sneaker with a round toe
  • Lace-up front, padded tongue and collar
  • Textile lining, cushioning insole
  • Injection-molded EVA midsole
  • Rubber traction outsole


Ask a Question asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Michelle: "they were on sale"
  • Songsiri: "colorful and fits daughter's style and preference"
  • Kelley: "These were a great buy and really cute too!"
  • Graciela: "My daughter love the colors"
  • Michelle: "my daughter needs bigger shoes ALREADY LOL!"
  • Felicia: "Price"
  • suyapa: "pretty"
  • Lisa: "I loved the colors and NB are good sneaks."
  • Stephanie: "On sale"
  • James: "My daughter likes the color and I like New Balance"
  • BETTY: "They look light weight and comfortable."
  • Suzette: "It was on sale and good color for school. I loved the style as well, not as bulky as others."
  • Jaime: "Niece liked this shoe by color"
  • Marisa: "daughter liked them"
  • Nikki: "Way too cute!"
  • Liz: "My daughter liked the look"
  • DaNay: "on sale, right size and nice color"
  • Marilyn: "I know my 5 year old will love these!"
  • Jaqueline: "Great colors!"
  • Jennifer: "My daughter just thought they where the coolest looking shoes."

Carrie asked: What does 3.0 M Medium preschool mean? Is that youth size for a 4th grader or is this like a baby size?

  • Angela: "Youth size. My daughter is going into 1st grade, she's very tall & we're a size 2 in these. They're great shoes! Very light weight, comfortable and cute!"
  • Megan: "Yes, I bought mine for my fourth grader! Loves them!"
  • Marianne: "Hi I bought my granddaughter who is going into kindergarten a size 12 . So I think the size 3 will be for a third or fourth grader . Hope this will help you. Ps my daughter says the shoe fits my granddaughter perfect with a little room for comfort."
  • Emily (staff): "Sorry for the confusion. We realize many children do not follow the exact pattern we define in the sizing chart as pre-school vs grade-school. Do not worry about ordering the wrong size because there is no overlap in sizing between pre-school and grade-school. Just make sure not to order an infant or toddler shoe though, as they do come in the same numerical size, but are significantly smaller. Here is the breakdown: Infant: sizes 0 - 4 Toddler: sizes 4½ - 10 Pre School: sizes 10½ - 3 Grade School: sizes 3½ - 7 Thank you for pointing out the confusion, we are working to figure out a clearer way to message kids sizing to customers in the future and appreciate the feedback. Thank you,"