Of any shoe, more people ask me to review the New Balance Beacon v3. The NB Beacon v3 is a fairly lightweight and versatile shoe. While I didn’t run in the NB Beacon v1 or v2, I did try them on.
The New Balance More v2 is a high cushioned trainer from New Balance. While I tried on the original NB More, I didn’t run in it. It felt slightly bulky and cumbersome to me.
As the racing shoes get higher stack heights, it seems like the maximum cushioned trainers from various brands do. It isn’t a new concept, and Hoka has built most of their shoes on higher stack heights.
The higher stack height in trainers allows for more plush and luxurious rides. The New Balance More v2 is also known as the “New Balance Fresh Foam More v2 or NB More v2”. All different names for the same shoe.
If it isn’t obvious, More in the NB More v2 stands for “More Shoe.” LOL. Compared to the New Balance 1080v10 or NB 880v10, it has more cushion. If you feel like you want or need more cushion, the NB More v2, might be for you.
The New Balance Fuelcell TC is a shoe I’ve wanted to try since it first came out.
The New Balance Fuelcell TC is designed to be the carbon plated New Balance shoe. Unlike the New Balance 5280, which is designed for racing the mile, the New Balance Fuelcell TC is designed for training and racing a marathon. But how would it compare?