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New Balance Trail Running Shoes


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Men's New Balance

Fresh Foam 980 Trail

MSRP:$109.95
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Women's New Balance

Fresh Foam 980 Trail

MSRP:$109.95
VIP, All Your Benefits Apply!
 
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Men's New Balance

Minimus 10v2 Trail

MSRP:$109.95
Now:$99.95
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Women's New Balance

Minimus 10v2 Trail

MSRP:$109.95
Now:$99.95
Add to Cart
VIP, All Your Benefits Apply!
 
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Men's New Balance

1210

MSRP:$124.95
Now:$99.95 - $124.95
VIP:$89.96 - $112.46
 
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Men's New Balance

910

MSRP:$99.95
Now:$79.95
VIP:$71.96
 
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Women's New Balance

1210

MSRP:$124.95
Now:$99.95 - $124.95
VIP:$89.96 - $112.46
 

Men's New Balance

80v2

MSRP:$109.95
VIP:$98.96
 
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Men's New Balance

T110v2

MSRP:$89.95
VIP:$80.96
 
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Women's New Balance

T110v2

MSRP:$89.95
VIP:$80.96
 

Men's New Balance

710v2

MSRP:$84.95
VIP:$76.46
 

Men's New Balance

689

MSRP:$64.95
VIP:$58.46
 

Children's New Balance

610v3

MSRP:$54.95
VIP:$49.46
 
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Men's New Balance

Trail Zero v2

MSRP:$109.95
VIP:$98.96
 

Women's New Balance

80v2

MSRP:$109.95
VIP:$98.96
 
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Women's New Balance

876

MSRP:$99.95
VIP:$89.96
 
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Women's New Balance

Trail Zero v2

MSRP:$109.95
VIP:$98.96
 
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910

MSRP:$109.99
Now:$69.95
VIP:$62.96
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REVIEWS:New Balance Trail Running Shoes

Fresh Foam 980 Trail
 
5.0

A quality trail shoe for wide feet

By Dave

from Livermore, ca

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Cushion
  • Grippy
  • Stable

Cons

  • Short toe box

Best Uses

  • Rough terrain
  • Trails
  • Train

I have been using various road shoes to tun trails over the past 20 years because I could not find a quality train shoe that ran and weight like a road shoe plus was aggressive and tough,crib ally it had to come in a 4e. This shoe is all that and more.
Fit- heal is firm and holds my foot like a glove, lacing system is very adjustable with additional eyelets, the foam molded soul is stellar and feels like it is holding my foot, toe box is wide enough for my foot. No hot spots or creases to cause blisters. I may have to go up a 1/2 size to accommodate my big toe.
Ride- the soul pattern is "grippy" on every terrain. I run mountainous trails and single track, often following cow paths. Gravel, rock, dirt, shale, off camber and steep ups and downs. The tread design on these shoes are genus! The patterns under the forefoot digs in going up and the heal acts like a brake going down. There was almost no side roll, it is almost too grippy.
Longevity- I have only logged about a 100 miles in them but a few runs have been 12 & 15 miles. My feet did not get tired, sore and I did not feel any of the pressure points I would get with my road shoes. My feet felt better than ever! If I can get 300-400 out of them I will be stoked!
Be aware that the heel drop is 4mm. I was running in 8mm before and it took a 1/2 runs for my legs to adjust.
If you are a trail runner looking for a wide fit. Give it a try!

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Minimus 10v2 Trail
 
5.0

Could be the shoe for you.

By dp69

from Ozark, AL

About Me Gym Rat

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Breathability
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Good Traction
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • All Weather Conditions
    • Mixed Terrain
    • Road Running
    • Trail Running

    Comments about Mens New Balance Minimus 10v2 Trail Running Shoe:

    I've been waiting to wrtie a review on this shoe because I wanted to log atleast 100 miles on it. I figured 100 miles should show any imperfections or quirks, I'll be at 200 miles by the end of the week and I have nothing to complain about. I have used this shoe on paved roads, dirt trails and the old style roads that have rocks in the asphalt, the latter being the most uncomfortable yet tolerable. When I got this shoe, I had to change my running style from heel striker to a fore foot striker because there is no support in the sole of this shoe. Changing to a fore foot striking style takes sometime to get used to and NB suggests to ease into this shoe and I agree. If you're not already a fore foot striker, I would not go more than 2-3 miles at a time until you are comfortable running on the balls of your feet. sock or sockless it's really up to you, the shoe is designed to be worn sockless however, I usually wear a sock for anything greater than 5 miles, dont get me wrong the shoe breathes well I just like the moisture wicking thin socks to aid in the process. I will come back and revise my review when I hit the 500 mile mark, I'm pretty sure the vibram sole will last that long.

    dp

    • Sizing:
    • Feels half size too small
    • Width:
    • Feels true to width
    • Arch Type:
    • Low Arch
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    Minimus 10v2 Trail
     
    5.0

    Better Minimalist Than Nike Wildhorse 2

    By Jay

    from Sunnyvale, CA

    About Me Gym Rat

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Wears Quickly

    Best Uses

    • Trail Running

    Comments about Womens New Balance Minimus 10v2 Trail Running Shoe:

    Pros: 4 mm drop, wide toe box, doesn't insulate you from the foot strike (so you can feel yourself pushing off for good leg extension in establishing proper running form), sole more than adequate for dirt roads and well used trails, very breathable and comfortable shoe.

    Cons: may not be good for really rocky/rugged trails and lightweight construction may make the shoe more vulnerable to wear and tear damage. No problems yet, but I run in mostly dry conditions, and I'm still in the process of putting the first hundred miles on the shoe, so we'll see what happens.

    Other comments: The Nike Wildhorse 2 is technically in the same class, with a low drop and a tread meant for trail running, but on the foot, it feels much like a traditional shoe. The sole insulates you from the foot strike, and you don't get much input from the ground at all. Ultimately, this may make it a better option for difficult terrain, but I wouldn't call it a minimalist shoe. Also, expect to wear a half size larger on the Nike and still have less room in the toe box. People with narrower feet and more accustomed to normal running shoes may find the Nike to be a better fit.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Width:
    • Feels true to width
    • Arch Type:
    • Average Arch
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     

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