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New Balance Men's Minimus 20v2 Trail Running Shoe

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Product Information:

The New Balance® Minimus 20 Trail v2 (MT20) running shoe continues to push innovation with a new modified upper. With a minimal design and protection features from a traditional trainer, you can appreciate the barefoot feel during performance. Ultra-light cushioning and high flexibility come with each stride in the ACTEVA™ midsole. The dependable Vibram® outsole delivers outstanding traction and durability.
FEATURES:

  • Customized fit with soft and flexible modified synthetic/mesh upper
  • Foot bed contains antimicrobial treatment to fight odor
  • ACTEVA™ midsole for excellent flexibility and cushion
  • NL-1 Last for natural forefoot splay innate to midfoot striking gait from heel/toe drop and broad forefoot
  • Lightweight traction and durability from minimal Vibram® outsole
  • Weight: 5.9 oz
  • Style: MT20RB2
  • New Balance
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 12535911

Customer Reviews:

New Balance Men's Minimus 20v2 Trail Running Shoe 3.6 5 41 41
Great all-around minimalist shoe This is a great all-around minimalist shoe. I wear these all the time, sometimes as a training shoe, others just as an every day shoe. I've only had them a little over a month, so I can't really comment much to their durability yet, but they seem to be holding up well so far. Also, I don't personally use them for CrossFit as I've stopped formal CrossFit training, but these are as good as the various versions of the Reebok Nano or Innov-8s, as their very lightweight with enough structure for stability during pretty much any movement you can throw at them. Also, I believe the outsole is probably a bit more durable based on the rubber used since this is designed to be a trail running shoe. April 27, 2014
Great Shoes At A Great Price The shoes arrived and they were great. I bought my first pair at $100.00. So when I saw another pair for 1/3 the price I jumped on the deal. April 21, 2014
great! Great sneaker at an awesome price, get them before they are gone! April 20, 2014
sizes run small Shoe made by NB have gotten much smaller over the years. I wear 12 in reebok, my old NB are 12 and Rocky 12. These 13 or my toes rub the end of the shoe. April 15, 2014
Worked great for my first OCR I was looking for a shoe to participate in a 5k obstacle course. I did not want to spend $100+ not knowing if it was something I would ever do again so I tried this shoe for $39.99. There was only one pair of size 12 in stock, and I usually wear a 13. They were snug but since I was going to be trekking through deep mud I opted for the smaller shoe. Running over rocks and terrain with a minimal shoe was different but the shoes performed very well. They are light weight and the sole is rugged enough to handle the rocks and 'grippy' enough to handle the obstacles. They are also extremely easy to clean. I plan on running more OCRs and am undecided if I will move up to a shoe built for those events, but if I don't I feel confident these will perform admirably. April 10, 2014
Loving them! My first Minimus type shoe. My other shoes are: 1. New Balance 750v1 (for cardio, and trail running) 2. Brooks GTS 13 (running on hard surfaces) 3. Chucks (weight lifting) Took these MT20's last week for a 6 mile test run around the Rose Bowl and i loved them. It was raining constantly non stop but it didn't matter. The shoe felt great, its soft, light, very good grip, never slipped. Very thin material, didn't feel cheap to me. The shin splints i used to get with my Brooks GTS13's and NB 750's was in the anterior, but with this shoe its posterior. Not sure if it was my foot getting used to this shoe. As long as my shin splints is not in the front im all good :-) Ill be using this shoe for lifting, squats, lunges, cardio, etc... For $39 i feel like buying another pair. I might just do that next week. Another thing is that the shoe might size might be 1/2 size to big so pick the smaller. Im an 8 and bought the 8 size shoe. If i wanted a tighter fit i should of bought the 7 1/2 shoe. I prefer the bigger size shoe, i like my foot to move a little, thats just me. Hope this helps! March 3, 2014
So Far, So Good, Except... I had been wearing the Saucony Kinvara, but they were too narrow and I was getting neuroma pain during marathons. That's why I decided to try the Minimus; it has a wider forefoot. Except, I had the same problem during a 15 mile run with the Minimus yesterday. Why? I've got one last experiment to try. Since it is supposed to be okay to run sockless in the minimus! I'll try that. I'm thinking the socks act the same as narrow shoes and squeeze the metatarsals. I'll try running in the Minimus w/out socks to see if that solves the problem. If not, I'm out of ideas.Other than the above, the Minimus is fine. It took no break in period, probably because I have already been running minimalist for the last couple of years. The shoes are light and comfortable, but I was surprised that they don't protect against sharp rocks as well as I expected for a trail shoe. March 3, 2014
Great shoes. This is my third pair. I use them running and as everyday shoes. I was new to the minimalist shoes, skeptical at first but these fit my foot well and are comfortable. March 2, 2014
Very light shoes Interesting concept. After years and years of super duper padding and maxing out air in shoes, a simple idea that remind me of my Chuck Taylor's ( my first sneakers ) is born again. This time with much more technology and style. Very cool. I truely enjoy wearing my New Balance Minimus to the max. February 26, 2014
Great Shoe! I love this fit! It's a lightweight shoe great for exercise and running. February 10, 2014
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