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Spring is here, get your fitness gear at New Balance Chattanooga

Thursday, April 3, 2014

New Balance Chattanooga is introducing the WX711 fitness trainer with CUSH+. Store co-owner Angela Kearney said this new style allows women athletes to work out in total comfort.

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    WX711 fitness trainer with CUSH+

“This shoe is a versatile fitness trainer that combines unparalleled comfort with responsive performance in one breathable, lightweight package,” she explained. “Find out how CUSH+ technology allows the WX711 fitness trainer to have it all by stopping in for a visit.”

CUSH+ is a revolutionarily plush foam compound that’s at least 13 percent softer than lightweight performance foams. CUSH+ offers responsive cushioning and comfort without sacrificing durability or stability, Kearney said.

“It has a comfort insert with a heel pillow,” she noted. “The shoe weighs just 187.1 grams, or 6.6 ounces.”

This is a really fun product designed for women only, Kearney added. Being really lightweight and soft makes this the perfect shoe for women who enjoy sports and keeping fit. The upper material is also very stretchy and breathable so it gives one the feeling of having nothing on your feet.

Not to be left out, the men’s new CROSS RUN line has been a welcome addition at the local store.

“The logo is really good, and the feel is nice and soft to the touch,” store co-owner Hal Kearney said. “My favorite piece this year is the NB ICE product. This product is great for anyone who gets overheated or hot during workouts.”

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When you’d rather cool your core than your heels, he said the New Balance Impact short-sleeve men’s tee delivers. Constructed with NB ICE technology, it wicks away moisture to help keep people cool and dry when working hard, all while offering pleasing perks like reflectivity and 30+ UPF protection.

“This material gives the skin a cooling sensation when your temperature rises a few degrees,” Hal Kearney said. “The best way I can describe is like chewing mint gum, how it gives your mouth that cold sensation. For humid days on a walk or run, or even a day on the lake, it’s my favorite piece.”

For women, Angela Kearney said the new fitness jacket over a pattern tank has been a great hit

this spring.

To help make room for more seasonal items, Thursday, April 3 through Sunday, April 6, New Balance Chattanooga is offering the following specials on some select winter clearance while supplies last, along with other deals:

  • nWinter clearance sale on Dunham and Cobb Hill footwear for men and women
  • n Buy one, get one 75 percent off equal or lesser value (marked styles only)
  • n All sales are final

“With consistent spring weather peaking around the calendar corner, we need to make room for our sandals that are ready to ship,” Hal Kearney said. “Therefore we are running a sale we’ve never attempted before. These are some the most comfortable shoes the New Balance brands have put out in the last 18 months. The RevLite cushioning system models have been the most popular in men’s and ladies.”

MORE INFORMATION

New Balance Chattanooga is located at 1820 Gunbarrel Road, Suite 300 in the Gunbarrel Point Shopping Center near Target and is privately owned by Hal Kearney and his wife Angela, who are both board-certified pedorthists. Store hours are Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 12:30-5 p.m.

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