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New Balance MX623v2

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New Balance MX623v2 White/NavyNew Balance MX623v2 White/Navy

White/Navy

New Balance MX623v2 Black LeatherNew Balance MX623v2 Black Leather

Black Leather

New Balance MX623v2 Grey SuedeNew Balance MX623v2 Grey Suede

Grey Suede

New Balance MX623v2 Brown SuedeNew Balance MX623v2 Brown Suede

Brown Suede

New Balance MX623v2 Dark TanNew Balance MX623v2 Dark Tan

Dark Tan Suede

New Balance MX623v2 BlackNew Balance MX623v2 Black

Black

New Balance MX623v2 Brown Leather w/RedNew Balance MX623v2 Brown Leather w/Red

Brown Leather

New Balance MX623v2 Navy Blue SuedeNew Balance MX623v2 Navy Blue Suede

Navy Blue Suede

Casual style pairs with versatility in the New Balance MX623v2 shoe. This men's leather sneaker features a seamless Phantom Liner™ to prevent chafing; ABZORB® cushioning and an injection-molded EVA midsole provide support and comfort. The rubber outsole of the New Balance MX623v2 sneaker ensures reliable traction.
  • ABZORB®
  • IMEVA Midsole
  • Internal shank
  • Leather upper
  • Phantom Liner™
  • Rubber outsole

While we try our best to show our shoes in US sizes, we're not always perfect (despite what our mothers keep telling us). Which is why we've come up with a one-size-fits-all shoe size conversion chart to help guide you to find the perfect fit.

Keep in mind that sizing may vary slightly by manufacturer, so peek at customer reviews and the product description to see if the shoe fits true to size or not.

Women's Sizes

U.S. SizeBritish (UK)European
4 2 35
4.5 2 35
5 3 36
5.5 3 36
6 4 37
6.5 4 37/38
7 5 38
7.5 5 39
8 6 39
8.5 6 40
9 7 40
9.5 7 41
10 8 41/42
10.5 8 42
11 9 43
12 10 44
13 11 45

Men's Sizes

U.S. SizeBritish (UK)European
6 5 39
6.5 5 39
7 6 40
7.5 6 40
8 7 41
8.5 7 41/42
9 8 42
9.5 8 43
10 9 43
10.5 9 44
11 10 44
11.5 10 45
12 11 46
12.5 11 46
13 12 47
14 13 48
15 14 49
16 15 50

Kids' Sizes

Toddler/Little Kid Shoe Sizes (2-4 years)

U.S. SizeBritish (UK)European
7.5 6.5 24
8 7 24
8.5 7.5 25
9 8 25
9.5 8.5 26
10 9 27
10.5 9.5 27
11 10 28
11.5 10.5 29
12 11 30

Little Kid Shoe Sizes (4-8 years)

U.S. SizeBritish (UK)European
12.5 11.5 30
13 12 31
13.5 12.5 31
1 13 32
1.5 13.5 33
2 1 33
2.5 1.5 34
3 2 34

Big Kid Shoe Sizes (8-12 years)

U.S. SizeBritish (UK)EuropeanU.S. Women's Equivalent
3.5 2.5 35 5.5
4 3 36 6
4.5 3.5 36 6.5
5 4 37 7
5.5 4.5 37 7.5
6 5 38 8
6.5 5.5 38 8.5
7 6 39 9

This chart is intended to be used as a guide. Sizes and age ranges may vary.

If you have narrow feet or wide feet, you know that different brands use different terms for wide shoe sizes and narrow shoe sizes. So we've pulled it all together into one handy shoe size conversion chart to help you sort through the sizing options for your narrow feet or wide feet.

  • Women's Width Conversion
  • XXX Narrow = 4A, AAAA, SS
  • XX Narrow = 3A, AAA
  • X Narrow = S
  • Narrow = 2A, AA, N
  • Med Narrow = A
  • Medium = B, M, R
  • Wide = C, W, D
  • X Wide = X, XW, WW, EW
  • XX Wide = E
  • XXX Wide = 2E, EE, XX
  • XXXX Wide = 3E, 4E, 5E
  • Men's Width Conversion
  • XXX Narrow = 3A
  • XX Narrow = 2A, AA
  • X Narrow = A
  • Narrow = B, N
  • Med Narrow = C
  • Medium = D, M, R
  • Med Wide = E
  • Wide = W
  • X Wide = EE, 2E, WW, XW, X
  • XX Wide = XX
  • XXX Wide = 3E, EEE, EW, 4E, H

We'd love to measure everyone's foot personally, but our travel budget says otherwise. So instead, we'd like to offer these simple shoe fit tips to help you find the perfect fit both before and after you buy.

Before You Buy

  • Check your current size. Pick out the most comfortable shoes in your closet and see what size and brand they are. That's the shoe size you should start with.

  • Feet change over time. What size you were at nineteen might not be what size you are at sixty-three (though we sincerely hope you bought at least one pair of new shoes in those 44 years).

  • Brands vary. While sizing will remain consistent within a single brand, it could vary up to one full size between brands due to manufacturing quirks. Check the product description and customer reviews for fit tips.

When They Arrive

Your shoes should be comfortable right out of the box. Shoes that hurt now will more than likely hurt a month from now, so make sure they're comfortable and don't slip in the heel. Read on for more specific tips.

  • Athletic Shoes generally run short so try sizing up by half a size.

  • Running Shoes should feel a bit more snug than street shoes. It's important that the shoe not pinch or cramp the toes or let the feet slide forward, jamming the toes against the front.

  • Hiking Boots should be a little longer than other shoes. When you're headed down a hill, you want a little extra room at the toe.

  • Dress Boots are designed with a broader heel counter to allow your heel to drop right in, so they may be a little snug at the forefoot. It's normal for the heel to slip slightly until the boot breaks in and molds to your heel.

  • Lace-Up Shoes should be tried on unlaced. Tap the back of your heel lightly to set it in the proper spot in the shoe, then lace the shoe comfortably.

  • Slip-On Shoes shouldn't allow any excess foot movement as you don't want the front of your foot sliding around.

Still have questions? Give us a call at 1.206.971.7388 and we'll be glad to help.

We'd love to measure everyone's foot personally, but our travel budget says otherwise. So instead, we'd like to offer these simple shoe fit tips to help you find the perfect fit both before and after you buy.

Before You Buy

  • Check your current size. Pick out the most comfortable shoes in your closet and see what size and brand they are. That's the shoe size you should start with.

  • Feet change over time. What size you were at nineteen might not be what size you are at sixty-three (though we sincerely hope you bought at least one pair of new shoes in those 44 years).

  • Brands vary. While sizing will remain consistent within a single brand, it could vary up to one full size between brands due to manufacturing quirks. Check the product description and customer reviews for fit tips.

When They Arrive

Your shoes should be comfortable right out of the box. Shoes that hurt now will more than likely hurt a month from now, so make sure they're comfortable and don't slip in the heel. Read on for more specific tips.

  • Athletic Shoes generally run short so try sizing up by half a size.

  • Running Shoes should feel a bit more snug than street shoes. It's important that the shoe not pinch or cramp the toes or let the feet slide forward, jamming the toes against the front.

  • Hiking Boots should be a little longer than other shoes. When you're headed down a hill, you want a little extra room at the toe.

  • Dress Boots are designed with a broader heel counter to allow your heel to drop right in, so they may be a little snug at the forefoot. It's normal for the heel to slip slightly until the boot breaks in and molds to your heel.

  • Lace-Up Shoes should be tried on unlaced. Tap the back of your heel lightly to set it in the proper spot in the shoe, then lace the shoe comfortably.

  • Slip-On Shoes shouldn't allow any excess foot movement as you don't want the front of your foot sliding around.

 
 

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