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The New Balance Minimus WT20 Trail Running takes the proven versatile durability of a Vibram® outsole and combines it with a fitted, extremely minimalist upper that's comfortable with or without socks. This edition of the Minimus Trail features a modified upper on the same comfortable sole unit as its popular counterpart the WT10, creating a near-barefoot experience on the trail.. Color: Black + Pink
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. New Balance recommends limiting initial use to 10% of overall running workouts and very gradually increasing time and distance.
Loved these shoes! However, they wore out on the botttom a little quicker than I wanted them to.Published 1 month ago by Sarah Shapiro
These are my favorite trail running shoes! The heel on these shoes are super comfortable and the like the rock plate.Published 2 months ago by M. A. Abanill
Its a minimalist shoe, so don't expect great support. They do give you more support than the toe shoes. These run at least a half size small. I always go a size up.Published 2 months ago by eekaboig
My fifth pair of these shoes, I love them. I want wide-ish minimal shoes with no arch support for all my CrossFit and daily activities. These fit my strong feet perfectly.Published 4 months ago by Julie Rossman
I used these shoes for exercise in my home (yoga, Active/Wii Fit Plus for Wii, shape for XBOX, etc.)Published 4 months ago by Roselena G.
These are some of the best shoes I have owned; have had them for over three years now and regularly used them at the gym and to walk around and they are in excellent shape. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Irenita
Amazing shoes loved them not the shoe laces they keep untieing tho.Published 5 months ago by eve dominguez