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Men’s made in us 706 v2 walking shoe

(6 customer reviews)

$103.58$108.46

  • 100% leather and artificial
  • made within the united states of america and imported
  • rubber sole
  • c-cap midsole
  • taking walks strike route
  • u. S. Postal carrier accepted product
  • polyurethane outsole gives lightweight durability
  • top rate foam insert gives high density, open-cell foam to gently comply with the foot and disperse pressure
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product description

as dependable as you are, the 706v2 postal is a us postal provider-permitted on foot shoe constructed with rollbarĀ® era, a compression-resistant midsole cushion, polyurethane outsole and a breathable leather-based top to keep up together with your route.

size_name

7, 7 Narrow, 7 Wide, 7 X-Wide, 7.5, 7.5 Narrow, 7.5 Wide, 7.5 X-Wide, 8, 8 Narrow, 8 Wide, 8.5, 8.5 Narrow, 8.5 Wide, 8.5 X-Wide, 9, 9 Narrow, 9 X-Wide, 9.5 Narrow, 9.5 X-Wide, 10, 10 X-Wide, 10.5 Narrow, 10.5 X-Wide, 11, 11 X-Wide, 11.5 Narrow, 11.5 X-Wide, 12, 12 Narrow, 12 X-Wide, 13 Narrow, 14, 14 Narrow, 14 Wide, 14 X-Wide

color_name

Black/Black

6 reviews for Men’s made in us 706 v2 walking shoe

  1. Kindle Customer

    since i started wearing these about 12, years ago. i walk 10-12 miles a day on my mail route.My feet have never hurt me in that whole time until i tore my arch a few weeks ago. not the shoes fault. i found out that Dunham boots are also made by New Balance. they have postal approved water-proof model that has my name on them. The New Balance MK 706V2 SIZE 14EEEE have taken such good care of my feet over the past decade+, thank you new Balance for such excellent quality. I also own New balance shoes for not wearing to work. the higher the number the better for your feet. My pediatrist recomended the New Balance model 928 walking shoe, on my first appt..i’ve never regretted it. In winter when i need to wear NEOS (overshoes), my MK706V2 are so easy to get in , and then out when i remove them at end of the day.These shoes are top of the line as good as it gets, when you r job involves walking constantly for approx. 7 hours dailey. Read more

  2. Aya L

    I wore these shoes for two weeks on my walking route and now have forming blisters on the pads of my feet from sliding. I bought these shoes in 9 2E, which is definitely my sisze. When I first put them on and did some test strides, my initial impression was these were comfortable and fit well. But two hours into my route, I could feel my feet sliding within the shoes. I wore them for a week hoping to break them in, but the problem persisted, and I could feel a blister begin to form under the skin. I thought a new and better insole was the solution, but even with a Dr. schols insole, I still had problems. Instead of attempting to return these, I just bit the bullet and bought something I knew would work, New Balance men’s walking 928, which I believe is a superior shoe in terms of comfort and quality materials. It just lacks the postal certification tag, which many postal employees will know is required. These postal shoes were meant to replace my previous 928s because I wanted postal certified shoes. But I’ll have to sacrifice that little green tab for comfortable shoes. I still give these shoes two stars because they seem to be made of quality materials, and are well-made. They just aren’t as nice as the 928. I want to add that I love NB shoes. I can’t find another brand that is as comfortable. The problem I had with these particular NB shoes could very well be my fault, but I can’t imagine what it could be. Read more

  3. CharlesS

    These shoes are either knock offs, rejects/defects (explains the cheaper price) or the quality control in American made products is non-existent. I purchased the exact same shoes at full price from an authorized vendor and they fit perfectly and had no issues. These are a half size smaller in width and length using the exact same size from the shoes I just wore out. These shoes also had incomplete and misaligned holes in the top lace holes (under the plastic reinforcement). I used an awl to poke through the leather and make the top lace holes to lace the shoes properly to fit my feet. Read more

  4. NM

    In Another Time and Another Life, I wear 2E/3E shoes. It is hard to find such shoes locally, so figured I would try these “4E” shoes as when it comes to feet – Bigger would be Better. Yet in This Life things are radically reversed, as these “4E” shoes are MUCH SMALLER – aka LESS WIDE – than the “2E” shoes I currently own (see picture). Did not have to bother with the laces or even stand up – immediately repackaged and back into the Shipping Bag to return. Additionally, the material in these shoes feels.. ..thin.. ..particularly on the sides of the shoe just behind the “toe” area. For $120+, would have expected more, but things are the way they are. During my weekend readings, read that many shoe manufacturers Ain’t What They Used to Be as companies moved from Country A to B to C and from Warehouse X to Y to Z. Some shoes kept the same Brand Name and Part#, but when comparing a Present Day Shoe to a similar one from ten years ago, one can tell how Cost Cutting has taken it’s toll. May just do what my friend suggested – find comfortable shoes that cost less and buy multiple pairs. Read more

  5. James Campbell

    I bought these a year ago on the recommendation of my father. I had just spent 3 months at a new job, which required me to walk for miles a day on concrete slab. My feet were killing me. These shoes were not only rated positively for postal work but also looked more business-casual than sport-type running/walking shoes. I immediately replaced the insoles on the shoes with custom-fit replacements and have no experience with the ‘stock’ insole. The insoles combined with the shoe slowly began to heal the damage I had done to my feet. Today I still have slight problems though it’s infinitely better that what I had with my old shoes. I have not polished the shoes at all and the wear/tear of the shoe is showing. The soles of the shoes have held up well with only minor gouges. My only complaint is that the leather, like all leather, will require maintenance if you’re using them heavily. Read more

  6. Donb01

    This is my 4th pair of these shoes (under 2 part numbers) and I love them. I was quite sad when I found out they were discontinued until I accidentally discovered they have a “version 2” of the same shoe. I use these with superfeet wide green insoles, and get excellent comfort and fife out of the shoes – rarely do I wear out the soles of the shoe before the tops peel off. Plenty of room for me in the toe box at my exact size – most other “walking” shoes I have to order a half size bigger, and everything else I order in 4E – I ordered my first 3 pairs of these in a 12 – 4E and they were kind of wide, so this pair I ordered 2E and they still feel a bit wide – at least on my right foot. When I order my next pair I’m going to see if there is a Single-E version of them or try them normal width and send them back if they are too tight. In that case I will stick with 2E and wear heavier socks! I use them as my work shoes, but have walked miles in them with no problems on sidewalk/asphalt, and actually did a few miles of trail walking in them on non-rugged terrain. I would suggest you start with your actual size if you know it – you can always exchange them. Read more

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