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New Balance: Back to School Styles for Sporty Kids
« on: April 08, 2014, 07:52:56 PM »

Founded in Belmont, Massachusetts in 1906, New Balance 574 dames Inc. has always offered a wide range of styles and sizes. But it was not until they achieved success in the athletic footwear market that they started offering shoes to athletes of all ages. In the beginning, the company was called the New Balance Arch Company. They manufactured arch supports and orthopedic shoes for a small, but loyal group of customers. In fact, for the first fifty years, the company rarely made a profit. It was not until they turned their attention to athletic footwear in the early 1960s that New Balance had its first taste of success.

How did they do this? As we mentioned, New Balance 574 heren sale began as a specialty shoemaker that manufactured orthopedic shoes for clients with special needs. To accommodate these customers, the company often had to produce shoes in strange or irregular sizes. If, for example, a person had painful bunions and needed wide-toed shoes, New Balance would make them a shoe that was much wider than they could find in the average shoe store.

The New Balance 420 schoenen is a superior running shoe designed for preschoolers. Pulse cushioning in the heel absorbs shock when your child skips rope or does or plays hopscotch. Do kids still play hopscotch? And the non-marking rubber outsoles, well, they won't mark up your floors. The shoes also feature forefoot flex grooves, which prevent slippage and allow for maximum flexibility. They are available in grade school sizes in navy and black.

The New Balance 420 dames is one of the most popular shoes for youngsters that the company offers. It is a lightweight cross-trainer, which means that it can be worn anywhere. The design is quite stylish and it is available in a wide range of widths. But because it is a cross-trainer, it only comes in grade school sizes. It also offers a lightweight and permeable suede and mesh body and a rubber outsole that won't mark up the floor.

At the start, all of the early models were designed for professional runners. But when Tom Fleming won the New York City Marathon in 1975 in a pair of New Balance 996 dames, the company wisely decided to expand the line. New models were designed for recreational runners who were looking for a durable pair of shoes that could be used for regular workouts. Although they first became popular for their performance athletic shoes, New Balance now offers a wide range of comfortable styles for the whole family. Let your kids try out a pair when they head back to school.