New Balance Women's WT20 Minimus Trail Running Shoes
Taking care of your body and running with a more natural gait means you have to change more than just your shoes. If you're ready to learn better form, take the New Balance Women's WT20 Minimus Trail Running Shoes for a little spin on your local dirt path. Designed to be worn with or without socks, these barefoot running shoes have a super breathable mesh upper lined with moisture wicking textile that has odor-reducing properties. The traditional lacing system provides a flexible, glove-like fit with a contoured heel cup to reduce irritations and lock in your foot. The ACTEVA midsole gives you just enough cushion and protection to prevent injuries from rocks, sticks and other trail debris and a 4mm drop from heel to toe encourages Good Form Running. Vibram designed a minimalist outsole for lightweight traction and durability with a fun, gecko-like design inspired by nature for running in a natural environment. You'll be one with the trail like never before when you're wearing the New Balance WT20 Minimus Trail Running Shoes for women.
- Upper: open mesh with lightweight synthetic overlays
- Contoured heel cup
- Upper lining: synthetic lining and insole have odor-reducing features
- Designed to be worn with or without socks
- Midsole: deconstructed ACTEVA® for feather-light, flexible cushioning that is 12% lighter than standard foam
- Midsole differential: 4 mm
- Outsole: thin Vibram® outsole
- Weight per shoe: 6 oz (size 8.5)
Purchase the New Balance WT20 Minimus Trail Running Shoes for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- August 31 2011
I have only had them for 2 weeks and they are already my favorite pair of workout shoes. They are super comfortable and work for everything I do in CF. I would recommend these to anyone and would buy them again.
- October 12 2011
Not so comfy as I thought...
This is my second Vibram soled pair. I intended to use it at work since I do a lot of walking. My knees hurt everytime I wear them for more than an hour. I prefer the Merrell barefoot pair I have and never had knee problems with it. This pair is a little too wide, too. I have small and narrow feet...