New Balance 1006 (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe

$104.95
  • New Balance MC1006BW (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe
  • New Balance 1006 (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe
  • New Balance 1006 (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe
  • New Balance 1006 (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe
  • New Balance 1006 (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe
  • New Balance 1006 (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe
Size
Description

Fit Tip:Ā Length - Slightly long. Width - Wide. Arch - Medium. Little to no break-in. Last - X001 (More Traditional Fit)

Building upon the MC1005, the New MC1006 tennis shoe is brings added comfort, along with durability and breathability to your game, perfect shoes for the player who craves comfort. The MC1006 continues to feature a REVlite midsole that provides a lightweight ride without sacrificing cushioning or stability,and Abzorb cushioning in the heel/forefoot for superior shock absorption, performance, and comfort. NDurance outsole combines with high abrasion toe tip for maximum durability on courts. Lightning Dry lining keeps feet dry and comfortable. Lightweight mesh upper adds breathability for comfort during long matches. Wide 2E Width.

Color: White/Navy

Midwest Sports only ships New Balance products to domestic addresses in the U.S. and U.S. Territories.

6 MONTH OUTSOLE WARRANTY

Item #: MC1006BW-2E

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Specs
    Features/Specifications:
  • Synthetic/mesh upper provides lightweight comfort, breathability and support.
  • Abzorb SBS system in the heel and forefoot provides maximum shock absorption.
  • S Curve technology provides additional support and stability.
  • Long wear drag tip for long lasting protection.
  • Rev-Lite midsole offers lightweight cushioning and stability.
  • Lightning Dry lining to keep feet cool and dry.
  • Ndurance Outsole for unsurpassed durability.

Average weight: 14.5 oz. (size 10.5)

Warranty Info
Reviews

1 Star

Elaine from on 8/15/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Too narrow. Returned and still waiting for refund.

5 Stars

tennisfan from on 6/8/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

A great tennis shoe that fits well and performs equally well on clay, grass, or hard surface.

1006 similar to 1005

5 Stars

Matt from AK on 12/7/2019 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I wore 1005 2e for years until NB stopped making them. 1006 is very similar shoe in size and feel. I'll definitely be wearing these till they stop making them. Only wish there were more color options.

narrow toe

1 Star

John W Tomasulo from NJ on 6/12/2019 12:00:00 AM wrote:

nice looking sneaker but for wide (4E) sneaker the toe bed is too narrow and unable to wear. must go back to my usual New Balance Tennis Sneaker (1006 4E) much wider toe bed.

NB 1006

5 Stars

Nuke from IL on 2/27/2019 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This shoe is awesome. Great traction, excellent lateral stability and fits like a true 4E with good arch support.

Tennis slippers

5 Stars

Tim K from ON on 10/19/2018 12:00:00 AM wrote:

All shoes should be this comfortable! I've been wearing these shoes for 2 years now and have to admit, playing in these shoes is like wearing slippers - - they are so comfortable. If I had to complain about something, the only thing would be the exterior soles wear out a little too quickly for my liking. I play winter tennis apx. 3 times a week and during the summer, about half a dozen times. I go through 2 to 3 pairs of these shoes a year. However, I am a little heavy for my size and probably wear them a little harder than most. Otherwise, they are an awesome shoe!

New shoe is too small

1 Star

Philip Hart from NC on 8/29/2018 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have worn New Balance 1006 size 8 2E for several years. Ordered a new pair and they are about 1/2 inch shorter than my current shoes.

Toe area not full

2 Stars

Brett from CT on 4/23/2018 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Wear mainly NB for my wide foot. Bought these and they are tight in the toe box area. The toe area is flatter (almost like the Nike shoe) Had hoped they would get better after a break in period and time past and did not improve. Feel it is too late to return.Very dissappointed.

Best shoes

5 Stars

Bruce W. from CA on 4/17/2018 12:00:00 AM wrote:

These EE are the best shoes on the market for my feet.

BS is not the same width as BW

3 Stars

Nash C from CA on 3/4/2018 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I was happy with the white 1006BW and wanted to have a pair in black. I ordered the 1006BS in exactly the same size. The BS felt narrower and shorter than the BW even though it was labeled as the same size. I have similar experience with NB shoes lately, that the sizes are inconsistent across models. Unfortunately they are the only ones that offer 4E width!

myshoes

4 Stars

Bob Harris M.D. from CA on 1/27/2018 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Shoes arrived in a timely fashion. They fit well, except the toe box could be a little larger,(fuller) and the laces should be longer.

As advertised

5 Stars

Marcus from OR on 12/30/2017 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I really need the 4E width. Of late, some of the New Balance shoes that I tried were not really 4E. This one is.....

width problem with 2EE

5 Stars

Dave from AZ on 9/10/2017 12:00:00 AM wrote:

As with Fran's review above, I have worn both the 1004 and 1005 series with the 2EE width, and they fit perfect. However, after ordering the new 1006 2EE shoe, found it too tight. Thanks to Midwest Sports free return policy and exchange, I got the 4EE version and they fit great. If you have used the 2EE in the prior models, you might have to go to the 4EE in the new 1006 series.

Good support for my feet

5 Stars

Bdship from AZ on 3/30/2017 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought these shoes based on a recommendation from a foot specialty store. I wear 2E width and I wear orthotics inserts in them (I pull out the insole first). I also have arthritis in my feet, so there a few issues to deal with. These shoes provide the support I'm looking for and yhey feel comfortable when I have them on for day while playing pickleball tournaments. They wear well. I am on my second pair. In my experience, I find them to be true to the size.

Nice wide shoe

5 Stars

Shamr0ck from NC on 12/7/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have used NB 4EE for about 20 years now. I heard a rumor that the 4EE was going to be discontinued so I thought I'd try a 2EE. And the color is not available in a 4EE. As it happens, the 2EE has been great. If NB now keeps some color options in the 2EE I'll be a very happy camper. I have long suffered with plantar fasciitis so I use the NB 2EE with NB insoles and my feet have no problem at all. The 4EE was fine with the same NB insoles but there are better color options for the 2EE if you find that they work for you.

Great Shoe for Orthotics

5 Stars

Walter Proetzel from on 10/18/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This shoe is wide and deep for those trying to fit their orthotics in a good tennis shoe. Very comfortable.

AWESOME Shoe

5 Stars

Harold from KY on 10/18/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Straight out of the box: Very comfortable. I bought to play tennis and I have pain in left heel after play. My pain was less severe after playing in these shoes. Great cushioning, fit true to size for me. I am a pleased customer. The level of service at Midwest exceeds expectations

2e not wide enough

2 Stars

Fran G from NJ on 3/25/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have worn NB for many years & I've had several pairs of the 1005's (2e), which are now discontinued. The 1006's are very tight. I bought both the white & black. Both too tight! I've played matches with both pairs 4-5 times, hoping that they stretch out, but it hasn't happened yet.

AWESOME Shoe

5 Stars

Harold from KY on 2/15/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Straight out of the box: Very comfortable. I bought to play tennis and I have pain in left heel after play. My pain was less severe after playing in these shoes. Great cushioning, fit true to size for me. I am a pleased customer. The level of service at Midwest exceeds expectations

NB Tennis shoes

5 Stars

Walter Proetzel from on 1/4/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have very good experience with this shoe. Tough to find in my area, but really like the shoe now that I can find it!