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MR10OG New Balance MR10 Men's Minimus Road Running Shoe, Size: 11.5, Width: D


Size Name: 11.5 D(M) US
Color Name: Grey/Orange
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Product Description

The New Balance Minimus MR10 is the industry's first minimal running shoe to marry barefoot running benefits with traditional trainer protection. Inspired by Good Form Running and the promotion of the mid-foot strike, the Minimus collection holds a world of discovery for neutral runners as well as those with gait issues or chronic injury to conquer. Colors: Grey + Orange

FIT: Designed to be worn barefoot, the Minimus shoes provide a tight fit and snug slipper-like feel. Many of our customers order a half size larger, especially when they intend to wear socks.

CAUTION: This product should be introduced slowly into a running exercise routine

  • ASIN: B0056LYHNY
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,171 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    Customer Reviews

    Very light and comfortable shoe.
    nursedawg
    The shoe is low to the ground, light weight, and so far durable, so it seems these shoes are great for guiding someone into better running form and technique.
    David A Enriquez
    I understand and appreciate the work that went into developing these shoes, but they clearly missed on color choices.
    cth6

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By David A Enriquez on May 14, 2011
    First thing I noticed when putting on these shoes was a bump in the middle-bottom side of my foot; it's a design to nudge or roll you onto your fore/mid-foot. It almost feels like it has a negative heel (it doesn't), but in spite of this the shoe is very comfortable. The shoe is low to the ground, light weight, and so far durable, so it seems these shoes are great for guiding someone into better running form and technique.

    If you've already owned a pair of transition shoes, these may not feel minimalistic enough for you. These are great replacements for the Nike Free v5 that I ran my last marathon in, however these don't come close to the barefoot feel of the NB Minimus trail, or Fivefingers.

    For crossfitters and anyone that cares out there, these shoes nudge you forward, even when trying to shift weight back onto your heels. These shoes are not intended for any kind of technical weightlifting. I'm pretty sure this is obvious to most people, but I got away with my Nike Frees during crossfit excercises; these shoes are more specialized than the frees in relation to running, which makes them not so great for other excercises, or at least in regards to weightlifting.

    I've worn them for almost two weeks now, and plan to put them through their second 10k tomorrow. These are great running shoes, especially for those looking to transition into minimal running, but don't plan on breaking them in during non-running excercises. If I could afford it, I would have bought two pairs.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By roble on September 18, 2011
    Color Name: Black/RedSize Name: 10 D(M) US
    User: mid-range (half-marathons) male runner in his 40s. 175 lbs x 6'0". No experience in minimalist running, but plenty of training/PT focus on good form, stride and mid-sole striking.

    Use: I took them out for the first time today on an 8 mile run just to get the feel. The surface was almost entirely asphalt with little or no camber.

    Pros:
    * feel the road and enforce good foot position
    * light-weight

    Cons: I don't have complaints about the shoe, per se, but did encounter a few problems that might be shoe related:
    * chafing on one heel. I wear pretty low profile socks and the left one slide down enough that the shoe was rubbing directly against the skin on my achilles tendon, leading to a bit of rawness and bleeding. Easily solved, but not something that's ever been a problem for me with other shoes.
    * slight tweaking in my right outside knee. My guess is that this is due more to my lapsing in PT exercises on weak abductor muscles. Since these shoes make it so unpleasant to have bad form, they do highlight other places where you might be compensating. (In my case the IT band, which has historically been a problem for me.) Time to get back to those clamshell exercises...
    * The red die on in the inside of the tongue bled a bit and my socks picked up some of the red color. Doesn't bother me (and won't go on very long, I assume), but might bother some.

    Net/net, these are great shoes to help constantly remind you just where to come down on your feet, because you'll really feel it if you heel strike. I've never tried full-on barefoot shoes, but based on comments in other reviews, these are a nice half-way point to start getting into it.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tim on February 17, 2013
    I've been running with these for about 6 months now. After a brief transitional period from my old 5 finger shoes I am quite pleased with them. For people like me who run mostly on pavement they provide adequate protection for your feet but still allow you to get some feel for the ground. I'm looking at buying another pair for when the ones I have get too worn out.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By cth6 on January 11, 2013
    A bit about me >
    5'9", 165-170 lbs, mid-foot striker but will occasionally heel strike or drag the heel when I get lazy or tired on longer runs (13+ miles). Except when training for events usually run 4 days a week (3@5-8miles and 1@8+miles). Mainly participate in road running and road cycling for enjoyment.

    A bit about the use of the shoes >
    The shoes have been on the road for 18 months and over 600 miles on the soles. I had to nurse an injury not related to the shoes after the 3 month mark that kept me from running for just over 9 months. So you could say that the shoes have been used for 9 months of running. I shared the 18 months, because I know that some people are proponents or replacing running shoes based on time as well as mileage. About 50% of the miles have been on asphalt, 45% on concrete and 5% on light trail/grass. Shoes are always kept indoors but I do run in all conditions. I take my shoes with me on vacations and work trips. Most of the mileage is in Central Florida, there is a bunch all over the US.

    Overall >
    Overall these shoes have held up extremely well for such a lightweight shoe. The fit was perfect for my foot. The wide toe box allowed for my toes to splay out during my stride. My foot always felt cradled by the shoe. I did not try to use these shoes without socks. The transition from 12mm to 4mm was relatively easy for me. I usually can be found walking around the house/yard in bare feet and I spend a few hours on my road bike every week. Keeping your shoes flat during the pedal stroke promotes good power transfer and helps to keep your Achilles nice and long. I still broke them in over the course of 3 weeks and gradually increased the distance up to my norm.
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