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Revitalize your trail running lifestyle with the MT1110 from New Balance. Feature-rich and cutting edge, the Stabilicore medial posting offers a stable ride while the Toe Protect rubber compound reinforces vulnerable areas against the elements. Debris-free construction eliminates waste and preserves raw materials so you'll have more forest to run through down the road.
Discover a new path in the 1110 trail runners from New Balance.
You'd think that by sizing this as a 2E width that it would be nice and wide.
But it's not. So if you have square feet like I do this is not the shoe for you. Read more
I've been a New Balance wearer for many years. Originally, I asked a Marathon Runner friend of mine, which shoes to use for daily running. He suggested an earlier version of these. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Glen Gustafson
I wore the same pair of New Balance MT474FC shoes for about three years (I know, bad idea) and had worn through the heel fabric. Read morePublished 12 months ago by qwl0701
I used these to hike the last 200 miles of the apalachian trail and they did not hold up at all. These are for city dwellers who never leave pavement. Read morePublished 12 months ago by K
Kind of small in size. Big toe feels like it is going to come out of the top. Other than that sharp shoe, that with the correct size would be 5*Published 14 months ago by stephen santer
This shoe is as light weight and comfortable as I had imagined. I am not a runner but for my daily/casual wear the support is even and consistent. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Philip Kidd
These are great shoes. Lightweight. Lugs work great on both soft and hard surfaces. Sole is stiffer than road running shoes to protect against sharp rocks. Read morePublished 15 months ago by l2
I bought these shoes specifically for a Tough Mudder my wife and I did in PA this past weekend (June 2, 2013). They were amazing. Read morePublished 18 months ago by David F. Valeri