Review of the New Balance Fresh Foam X Midsole and the New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6
If you’re in the market for a new trail running shoe you definitely want to check out the New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6. This is one of the most popular trail running shoes of all the New Balance shoes and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a bad review of them. You can easily find reviews online, but you may be surprised at some of the comments you read.
One of the things people like most about the New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6 is the way it fits. It is a snug fit in the heel and it’s a little wide at the toe. This aggressive trail shoe works well for people who like a lot of treading on their feet and those who are tired of sticky rubber on their feet after a long run. This rigid trail shoe also has excellent cushioning both in the middle and the laces.
As with many new Balance trail running shoes, the Fresh Foam Hierro V6 has a very rigid midsole that uses asymmetric rubber lugs to provide extra grip. The upper part of the shoe is also very stiff and rigid, providing grip on wet surfaces and rocky trails. They range in size from a half-size smaller than your street shoes to a full-size larger. You can get the New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6 in black, brown, and nubuck as well as in various other colors. A nice feature is the new Balance logo lacing up the sides of the shoe.
The New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6 offers a range of benefits that make it extremely comfortable to wear. It features a flexible yet tough midsole that is flexible enough to conform to the shape of your foot for a perfect fit while providing good stability. The Outrigger midsole also helps to increase the stability of the forefoot for more comfortable hiking and running. The outrigger midsole also helps to correct the way you walk and stand which should help you be more comfortable while hiking or running outdoors.
These New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6 trail running shoes have a fairly heavy construction making them more durable than many other New Balance running shoes. The upper part of the shoe is made of nylon and leather and has a very comfortable rubber inner that will withstand any sort of terrain. There are also several mesh side panels and an adjustable buckle collar and laces. These mesh panels allow air to flow through them which helps to keep your feet cool during long hiking or running experiences.
Another great thing about this pair of New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6 is the padded tongue and collar. This padded tongue helps to keep your feet comfortable as you run and gives them great grip because it allows them to conform to the ground better. Also, the tongue is made of mesh and will let air circulate and keep your feet warm and dry.
The upper part of the shoe features a very soft but sturdy waffle sole that is capable of gripping surfaces. The upper portion of the shoe also comes with a rubberized collar. This collar can keep your hands on the ground as you walk and run but still allow you to feel the ground through the Vibram MegaGrip outsole. This outcome also allows for a better grip on rough and rocky surfaces.
The only real downside to this New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V6 review is that the previous versions were much heavier than the new version. However, the new balance has made every penny count so it is now lighter than most other vares. Also, the previous models used a rubber inner, but the new version uses a synthetic inner instead. Overall this is a great running shoe, that I highly recommend if you are looking for a comfortable and lightweight fare.