David M Warkins, from Mount Morris,
I have been wearing this shoe for many years. I switched to
the 601 when the retail store I shop at discontinued
carrying the 608. There is no comparison of the 601, to the
608. I was really pleased to find a dealer who carries the
608. I will not change to any other shoe as long as I can
buy the 608. I spend a lot of time on concrete. My legs feel
Hank, from Connecticut
This is the fourth pair of the same shoes I bought. It got
once one of the highest rating for walking shoes in the
Consumer Reports. I have difficult feet and knees, these
shoes were the most comfortable ones I ever had. Now they
are the shoes I nearly always wear.
Anonymous, from San Diego, CA
It's a great shoe but it runs smalls. It seems narrower and
shorter than as marked. I normally wear a 7.5 but it was
extremely tight on my toes. I returned it for an 8. The 8
feels a lot better but it does still fit a bit on the snug
side but it fits. Overall, it is a good cross trainer.
John Paul LaRosa, from Oceanside,
I was surprised that the MX608WN feel comfortable and have a
light feeling on your feet! I found no dislikes to these
shoes with the exception of color. I wish I could buy them
in brown like the MW644BG or just brown. I bought them for
the price and what they offer me in support. I would like to
give gold star's to Lillian and Miriam for their great
customer service. Well appreciated.
Doug, from Ludington, MI
I have been buying their shoes for 20 years and these shoes
are true to New Balance shoes. In my opinion they are a good
shoe for a good price. I plan to play tennis and ride my
bike in them but I hurt my self so I have not had the chance
to do so. When I do I am sure they will perform as required.
Vince Przyby, from Conyers, GA
I have been using them for several years and find them quite
satisfactory, especially for tennis. The fit has always been
snug and comfortable, even with special inserts I need for
foot problems. The only criticism I have is that this series
could use a sturdier lace as, after frequent tying, the
laces have a tendency to weaken and form "bubbles" where the
inner part of the lace starts to bulge outward.