The New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v10 is a bold new look and feel for a classic running shoe, and it quickly became one of the best-selling New Balance running shoes of the year.
Designers created a new Hypoknit upper to give the 1080 different zones of stretch and structure, and new lasering techniques coupled with various cushioning densities give the shoe a comfortable ride.
When New Balance designed the 1080v10, they used pressure mapping and footstrike data to create the best 1080 yet. Plus, a flared Ultra Heel design hugs the back of your foot for a secure fit without any irritation.
Upgrade your run with the New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v10.
New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v10
8.4 oz (women’s); 9.9 oz (men’s)
4.7/5 on 67 total reviews
Love these shoes. These are very comfortable. I do prefer the older 1080s, but these give me great support. I have plantar fasciitis and wear these often. They are not big and clunky like some of the other New Balance shoes that correct over-pronation. They are cushy enough to give me comfort when I have to do a lot of walking.
Clouds for my feet
Love these running shoes! Cushioned while remaining responsive. My feet have never been happier crushing the miles on pavement. My average run in these shoes is 8-10 miles. Toe box is just right, true to size.
By far the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn. This is my second pair!
This is my second pair of 1080’s and I love them as much as my first pair. In the beginning, it took a few weeks for me to get used to the fit and to notice a difference in comfort since I suffer with bunions but over time I noticed a huge difference. I work out and walk a lot and these shoes have really helped with my level of comfort while exercising and walking. Bought my first pair in May 2020 (still in good condition!) and my second pair in March 2021 because I wanted a different color. The quality of these shoes are great! I highly recommend.
This is lightweight, breathable shoe with a super cushioned sole. Comfortable right out of the box. I was getting a little rubbing on my left ankle bone. I added an insole—problem solved.