|With only 295 grams, the FuelCell offers a lot for less weight.
|A slick and definite design approach makes the FuelCell a special shoe.
|I dig the highly comfortable mesh upper with well placed seamless overlays. The design creates a snug and safe sock-like fit around the foot.
|Inside look – the base for a neutral, light and responsive ride. The foam is basically NB’s nitrogen-infused N2 material with a new name. It is the firmest the company offers. Pronators will enjoy the design of the sole.
|Front – The toe box is sheltered by a lightweight breathable mesh material. While some of the other parts miss proper air circulation, this part of the seems to compensate the lack of breathability.
|A closer look at the nitrogen foam.
|The sole of the FuelCell provides an excellent responsiveness. When it comes to grip, this shoe is made for the roads and provides great traction. For a shoe with that amount of weight, the FuelCell provides proper cushion.
|The sole is the key element that makes this shoe a proper allrounder. From daily jogs to workouts. The sole provides enough protection and absorption without being to slow and damp.
|The brand logo is prominent featured on the heel section. Throughout the last couple of years NB developed a innovative approach to shoe design and style. The FuelCell might not be everybody’s favorite style-wise, but is surely knows how to perform.
|Definitely a feature that can not be overseen. Little diamond-shaped dimples can be found all over the mid-foot part of the FuelCell. I’m not sure what the purpose of these diamonds is.
|Measurements: 26mm heel, 20mm forefoot, 6mm heel-toe offset
|While the FuelCell offers a wide range of play, runners with wider feet may find themselves a bit restricted.