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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.
These are my favorite trail running shoes! The heel on these shoes are super comfortable and the like the rock plate.Published 13 days 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 13 days 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 2 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 2 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 2 months ago by Irenita
Amazing shoes loved them not the shoe laces they keep untieing tho.Published 3 months ago by eve dominguez
These are my favorite shoes! They are comfy, lightweight and look nice. I have a high arch so I can wear any shoe for the most part. Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Garcia