New Balance Men’s 20v7 Minimus Training Shoe, Black/White, 9 D US

December 6, 2019 - Comment

Meet the first fully knit Minimus 20v7. Athletes will now enjoy a nylon infused yarn for enhanced lateral support and mono mesh windows for increased ventilation. The seamless upper will continue to offer the Asym collar, while the one piece Vibram zoned outsole gives athletes the ground feel they expect during strength training.

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(as of January 20, 2020 11:35 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Meet the first fully knit Minimus 20v7. Athletes will now enjoy a nylon infused yarn for enhanced lateral support and mono mesh windows for increased ventilation. The seamless upper will continue to offer the Asym collar, while the one piece Vibram zoned outsole gives athletes the ground feel they expect during strength training.

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Anonymous says:

Not remotely close to the labeled size. I own several other pairs of New Balance shoes, for walking and hiking. All are 10 1/2 E’s and all fit exactly as they should out of the box. So when I wanted a pair of new shoes to wear to the gym I ordered these expecting the same correct fit.I ordered size 10 1/2 E. The box they came in was marked 10 1/2 E. The label under the tongues of each shoe said 10 1/2 E. They aren’t 10 1/2 E’s.Even using two shoe horns I was barely able to squeeze my feet into them with very…

Anonymous says:

Best athletic shoe I have ever owned. These are probably the most well designed, and definitely my favorite pair of athletic shoes I have ever owned. Very much worth the $99. I bought these for Dance Dance Revolution, as I play competitively and have been searching for the perfect shoe for years. I have finally reached the end of my journey. Every thing from sole up to the ankle of the shoe seems to be high quality and high tech and perfectly crafted for my activity of choice. I’m sure these would be great for minimalist runners…

Anonymous says:

Consolation for the loss of the V3, but still better than V4, V5, and V6 I have 13 2E feet, loved the Minimus V3, and despised V4, V5, and V6. I complained directly to the company that the departure from V3 made no sense. Reading around the net, many other people feel this way. My old V3s were really starting to wear out, and I had tried and returned all the newer versions, when finally they came out with the V7, which dumps the burrito tongue.This is a good shoe, almost as good as the V3, but the design with the vertical stripes is kinda ugly. As some…

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