New Balance CrossFit Shoes Review
Check out this list of New Balance CrossFit Shoes Review and video.
New Balance Minimus MX20
Video – New Balance CrossFit Shoes Review – New Balance Minimus MX20
Minimus is a whole new approach to athletic footwear, inspired by Good Form Running and designed to be worn with or without socks. The Minimus Cross-Trainer embodies both elegant simplicity and technical advancement. With its padded collar and deliberate lace placement, the New Balance MX20 is engineered to keep your ankle stabilized in an ideal position. Tremendously comfortable, it also offers lightweight enhancements like rubber outsole insets for optimal traction. This revolutionary shoe brings barefoot-caliber performance to your gym and circuit workouts while still providing the protection and versatility of more traditional trainers.
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New Balance Men’s MT00 Tendershoots Review
I bought these shoes as replacements for my Vibram 5 finger toe shoes. I was using them for a while but they are smooth on the bottom and after my tough mudder run I realized that simply won’t work for trails and mud. I bought these shoes in size 11, 11.5, and now 12. Took me 3 times to find the right fit. 12 is my normal shoe size so in my experience they size fairly normal. These shoes are light as a feather and still seem very durable. They tie tight and fit very very well. I am use to the zero drop style of shoe as I do a lot of barefoot style running, but be forewarned if you are new to the “zero drop” heel ease into them. They seem to grip very very well on trails and mud, I look forward to putting many more miles on them, and using them for Tough Mudder Austin.
New Balance Men’s MX20V2 Review
I recently upgraded to a pair of the MX20v2s after wearing out an old pair of MT100s. I primarily use these for weightlifting, and they are a significant improvement in that role. The MT100s have a fairly compressible sole, while these are are much stiffer and, therefore, a much more solid platform for lifting. The fit is snug, but not overly so, and I find that these comfortably accomodate both lightweight socks and sockless wear. Finally, these are very light and well-ventilated. They’re by far the best pair of training shoes I’ve found to date!
New Balance Men’s MR00 Surf the Web Review
The New Balance MR-00 fits almost identically to the MR-10 (which I also own). I run between 30 and 40 miles a week and have become somewhat proficient modifying my stride to be midfoot (no heel strike) and neutral. The MR-00 is extremely light and provides ultimate feel for the road — not quite barefoot, but almost. It is a liberating running shoe for races or for confirming and training a midfoot stride. It not a shoe for daily training runs or for long runs over an hour (at least, I’m not there yet). It is the perfect expression of NB Minimus slogan: Less equals more.
New Balance Men’s MT10 Grey Review
Tried this on at a shoe store and liked it. Took it out on first run this morning on a school track (hard sand). This would be the first time I’ve tried barefoot style of running and I have to say I like it. I definitely feel I worked muscles that I’ve never worked before. This shoe handled it great. It provided a good amount of protection while feeling like there was nothing on my foot. Very comfortable. Can’t speak on durability as I’ve only had it two days.
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New Balance Men’s MR10
I was caught up in the craze of barefoot running, so I bought these to see how I would like it. I cannot stress how much more I enjoy running now that I am running in them. After a few weeks to get my feet, ankles, and calves used to a different running style they have become the most comfortable pair of shoes that I own. I bought the MT101’s two days ago because of how much I have enjoyed running in these shoes. Be wary that for a few weeks you might feel things while you run that you didn’t feel before. That being said, I strongly recommend these running shoes.