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                        Shoe Size Guide

                        Having the right fit is essential to performing your best, no matter what your activity. That's why New Balance offers the majority of their shoes in multiple widths, from narrow (2A) to extra-extra-wide (6E).
                        • In general, the standard width for shoes are "D" for men, and "B" for women.
                        • If the majority of shoes you buy fit fine, then these are the widths you should select.
                        • If the shoes you own tend to be wide or feel spacious in width, then you should consider selecting a narrower width. If the shoes you own tend to be narrow or feel snug in width, then you should consider selecting a wider width.

                        Additional sizing tips

                        • If you seem to be "between" sizes and can't decide which size to select, we suggest you go with the larger size. You can make adjustments for a better fit with socks, insoles or a different lacing pattern.
                        • With respect to feel... your heel should fit snugly with no slipping; the midfoot of the shoe under your arch and over the top of your foot should be snug but not tight; you should have enough room in your toe box to wiggle your toes.
                        • Feet always swell during the day, we encourage you to try shoes on later in the day when your feet are at their largest.
                        • People are more than twice as likely to buy a shoe that is too small than too big. Clues that your shoes are too small or narrow... your feet cramp while running or just after running; your feet fall asleep while running; you get blisters and calluses between or on your toes.
                        • New Balance shoes are made to fit directly out of the box (they do not need to be broken in).
                        • Feet typically get bigger with age. We encourage you to have your feet measured every year.
                        • Many times women's feet become a half-size (or more) larger after pregnancy.
                        • Your left and right feet may differ in size by as much as a full size. Always measure and try shoes on both feet and buy shoes to fit your larger foot.