New Balance 2022 Black Friday Sale: Save Up to 25% Off on Sneakers, Up to 40% Off Workout Clothes
FOUNDED IN 1906, New Balance is one of America’s oldest and most iconic footwear and menswear brands. For well over a century, the Boston-based company has been making sneakers and workout clothes that have been worn around the world by everyone from soccer moms to sensible dads to the best elite athletes. We’re big fans here at Men’s Health, too. It’s no surprise, really. Their entire lineup—including sneakers, sweatpants, winter running gear, all-season hoodies, and more—is stylish, reliable, and (the best part) affordable.
Over the years, we’ve done many hands-on—er, feet-on—tests of the best New Balance gear. Last year, the New Balance FuelCell Rebel v2 won a spot in our coveted annual roundup of Best Sneakers for Men. This year, the FuelCell line-up continues to impress with New Balance’s FuelCell SuperComp Trainer, which is currently whipping one of our writers into marathon shape. And we love the Caravan Mid-Moc v2 for winter, as our own in-house team said their water-resistant upper and fleece lining “are like puffer jackets for your feet.”
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Thankfully, all of these and more are on sale right now as part of New Balance’s mega Black Friday sale with up to 25% off shoes and up to 40% of clothing and apparel. You can score reboots of OG NB fan favorite sneakers like the 574 Legacy and NB Numeric 272. The brand’s best-selling Fresh Foam line of running sneakers, including the Fresh Foam Arishi v4 and Fresh Foam Cruzv1 Reissue, is all on sale. And you can even save on New Balance’s flagship FuelCell training series—including the FuelCell Trainer and FuelCell Shift TR—too.
Seriously, if you’re looking to restock or reboot your activewear closet, there’s never been a better time than right now.
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Mike Richard has traveled the world since 2008. He’s kayaked in Antarctica, tracked endangered African wild dogs in South Africa, and survived a near-miss great white shark attack in Mexico. His travel advice has appeared on the websites for Forbes, Travel + Leisure, CNET, and National Geographic. He loves the great outdoors and good bourbon, and (usually) calls Tulsa, Oklahoma home. Mike also enjoys speaking in the third person.