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Style # 88698
New Balance Men's The 968 Shoe

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New Balance Men's The 968

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Stroll the country side in the 968 walking sneakers from New Balance.
  • Water resistant leather upper in an outdoor walking style with a round toe
  • Lace-up front, padded tongue and collar
  • Textile lining, cushioning insole with Abzorb(R) foam insole
  • C-CAP compression molded EVA midsole
  • Stability Web arch support
  • Non-marking outsole


Ask a Question asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Steve: "Liked the color and texture. It has ended up being my favorite pair of shoes almost ever."
  • Joyce: "Style was casual but not too much like an athletic shoe. Appropriate for all occasions."
  • Kim: "These were for my husband"
  • K A: "Had these shoes for 6 months. Very comfortable."
  • Teresita: "Love this brand of shoes and wanted a pair in brown."
  • mike: "look good"
  • Richard: "Because they come in size 12.5"
  • Gary: "because they were brown"
  • Steve: "I want a sneaker that will fit my wide feet and look good. New Balance have been producing sneakers for big feet people for decades. They may have prefected the science."
  • David L: "Narrow width is damned hard to find."
  • Dale: "repels water and dark color for Fall and Winter"
  • Eric: "I wanted something for all around walking/light hiking"
  • Matt: "Was looking for a water resistant shoe that has a good casual look in wide widths."
  • Charles: "Love New Balance, looks like a great casual shoe. Love the size choices"
  • Charles: "Comfort and color. I need brown shoes for work, and these look good and have the best arch support."
  • Edwin: "Foot support, comfort, water resistant"
  • Jay: "available in rare shoe size"
  • Jim: "I've worn my NB 966's for a long time and been very pleased with them. The 968 will replace them."
  • Gail: "Husband loves them"
  • Melody: "My husband has ankle problems and only a high new balance shoe works for him."
  • S: "want a walking shoe"