Sysop: New Balance CT1001s - When?

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  1. srvnvly

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    Do you when this shoe will be available? On the NB Web site, according to their specs, this shoe is lighter than the CT1000s.
     
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    srvnvly,
    Here is a brief review of the shoe we recently ran in Tennis Life magazine.
    New Balance’s flagship shoe and a top performer on all court surfaces, the CT1001 offers a well cushioned, slightly elevated ride. The predominantly mesh upper requires little break-in and allows feet to breathe. Traction and durability go hand in hand and the N Durance outsole is guaranteed to outlast any other outsole you’ve worn. A generously padded tongue protects the top of the foot from the lace system, even when tightened down securely. Fitting true to size in length, the CT1001 can be ordered in D through 4E widths. Arch support fits at a medium height.
    Weight: 14.2 ounces (size 8.5)

    Shoes are due here 4/1.
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    Chris, TW.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I take a normal D width in K-Swiss and Wilson, will I need to go 2E with New Balance? Thanks again!
     
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    srvnvly,
    If you take a normal D width in other brands, I think you'll be fine with a normal D width in the New Balance CT1001 shoes.

    Chris, TW.
     
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