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New Balance Men's MT110,Titanium,US 10 4E


Size: 10 4E US
Color: Titanium
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    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By thecaptainchas on January 17, 2012
    I am a semi-minimalist runner who frequents roads and trails and averages 40-50 miles a week. By "semi-minimalist," I mean I still wear cushioned shoes on runs over 20 miles, and I wear zero-drop or barefoot shoes on anything less than 8 miles. Most of my favorite shoes have a 0-4mm heel-toe drop. This shoe--with the combined last of the Minimus, the super-grippy lugs, the light weight, and the easy price-tag--easily satisfies all of my needs in one package. Right out of the box, I took them on 11 miles of hilly road running, and I have since taken them on about a dozen miles of technical single-track, both wet and dry. The shoes are fast and secure. After a couple of days, I can say comfortably that they are probably my favorite all-purpose running shoe. I look forward to racing with them this upcoming weekend in a trail half-marathon, and I may even use them on some upcoming trail ultras I have in the spring. I definately will be purchasing more pairs of these. Anyone who likes fast, semi-minimalist (or "reduced," or whatever you wish to call it), lightweight shoes for all surfaces, this is your shoe.
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    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Greg P. on January 27, 2012
    Size: 13 D(M) USColor: Black/orange Verified Purchase
    I started running last October, but after a month, I injured myself by overuse with bad form in some old running shoes. I took a month off, thinking that all I needed were new shoes. All the signs of expired shoes were there.

    I picked up some Ghost 4's and started running again. Everything felt great except that I felt weighed down by all the rubber cushion. By this point I started focusing on forefoot running, so I figured most of my pain was my form change. It was true, but running in the shoes felt a lot more cumbersome. Plus, all the cushion was in the wrong areas for my newly-acquired form (all in the heel). It was strange, considering this was the shoe that was recommended to me.

    After a week or two of running low mileage, I felt pain that I can only describe as my foot and leg being pulled apart from each other. I wasn't aware of what it could be at the time, but after some research, the location of pain looked like it could be shin splints. I tried running some trails, and I felt a little better, but still felt weighed down by the shoes. The shoes were exacerbating my situation of form change, even though the shoes felt OK for the most part. In the end, they gave me too much confidence.

    I ditched the Ghost 4's (great shoes, but not for my style and foot type) and tried barefoot running and felt immensely better. I then started looking for some trail shoes shortly after.

    Skipping over debates of shoes, I finally went with the MT110s. I knew I wanted something minimal, but also a jack of all trades (just in case I want to mix it up).

    I got them, laced them up and hit the trails. I went 2.25 miles feeling free and light with plenty room for my feet to feel natural (no socks needed). What an experience!
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sanchodancho on March 11, 2012
    I have been a 10-25 mile a week runner for the better of 10 years. I managed a sporting goods store for a hot minute. I got tech'd by all of the brands I carried. I was fed plenty of propaganda by shoe manufacturers about all the "necessary' corrective elements that went into the design and technology of each of their respective shoes. I "pronate". I understand that diagnosis. As well as the others (supernate, neutral gate, etc). I bought the propaganda (mostly because a free pair of shoes came along). Years removed from that, I decided to give the "minimalist" designs a try. I've been through a number of shoes. In my opinion, the New Balance 110 is the gold standard. The fit is better than a slipper. Emidiate motion control and response. Drains quickly. The synthetic upper looks great after long muddy runs. The only thing more true to my natural mechanics would be to run barefoot. I run trails; so that't not an option. I'm sure the next model will be tits. But I'm buying 2 more pairs of these. Just to make sure I've got something I love to run in for the immediate future. Cheers amigos.
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 30, 2012
    I know, I know: if its supposed to be so "minimalist" then why do you need a rock plate? I like to feel the ground, but I like my feet too. Call me a quasi minimalist or call me a pansy, I'll be happy just as long as I can have my cake and eat it. On with the review....

    I bought the New Balance MT110 about three months ago after finally blowing out my beloved Trail Gloves on a 25K. I switched to another shoe from the Trail Gloves because the Trial Gloves offered very little protection on the rocky trails I run.

    The ideal shoes to me would be lightweight, minimalist in design, have zero heel to toe drop, have a solid lacing system, they would dry easy, they would allow for ground feel and they have a rock plate to protect my feet. I know, particular, right? The New Balance MT110's are the only shoes I found that fit my needs with one exception: the 4mm heel toe drop. I know 4mm is no amount to fret over, but I can feel the difference when I compare them with the Trail Gloves, which has been the only aspect I dislike about these shoes.

    Here are the pros and cons for ya:

    Pros:

    -light weight
    -dry fast
    -keep more debris out than Trail Gloves
    -solid lacing system
    -wide sizes are available for flat-footed people like me
    -good traction
    -durable materials
    -minimalist
    -rock plate: I love it--it really works and has saved me miles of aching
    -I can still feel the ground quite well

    Cons:

    -the 4mm heel toe drop
    -the tread in the center of the sole wore down after the first 20 mile trail run and is soft enough to get rocks lodged in it on rare occasions. The rest of the tread has held up quite well.

    The pros outweigh the cons so I rate the shoes a 4/5. Happy running.
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