Minimus Trail MT10

Product Description

Sometimes it is beneficial to run along nature and every hidden forest trail is a good place to run, hike or just even have a good healthy walk with nature. Unfortunately, you won’t get to feel the ground on your feet with bulky shoes. Good thing barefoot running is starting to allow men to get in touch with nature. The Minimus Trail MT10 is one of those shoes that can connect your feet more to the ground without being too heavy for hiking.

The shoes are made with a 4mm drop which is the difference between heel height and toe height. It provides more natural foot position than traditional and non minimalist traditional shoes. The Minimus also allows the wearer’s foot to expand naturally on impact with the ground. It also aims in minimizing the distance from foot to ground to encourage mid-foot strike. The Minimus Road WR10 contains all these advanced barefoot technology but is almost 50% lighter than traditional lightweight shoes.


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4 thoughts on “Minimus Trail MT10”

  1. I just purchased these shoes today and I can’t wait to go running tomorrow. Will update you as soon as I can about the quality and difference of this shoe. Chao.

  2. I was really looking forward to these shoes, but they are kinda disappointing; toe/forefoot area rakes upward and puts a weird and unwelcome pressure on the ends and undersides of my toes, and the laces are not easy to sufficiently tighten…

    Maybe these items will be fixed on the next version, or on the New Balance Minimus Trail 20s?!=the NB website photos show a more flat forefoot.

    Love that there is no insole/insert, fits like a glove, and, aside from the forefoot area raking upward, are very comfortable to wear casually.

  3. Hi, I am fairly new to barefoot running. I was wondering if I could get some insight from seasoned barefoot runners about the Bilkila LS and the New Balance Minimus 10 Trail.
    The only real information that I can give about my running style is that my feet roll from the heel along the right side of my foot. Also, I feel as if lose circulation in my lower calve muscle after 1-2 miles.

    Thanks Very Much!



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