New Balance Minimus 1010 Running Shoes - Minimalist (For Women)
About New Balance Minimus 1010 Running Shoes - Minimalist (For Women)
Closeouts. A great intro to minimalist running, New Balance's Minimus 1010 running shoes have a 4mm drop and slightly more cushion underfoot than traditional minimalist styles.
Specs about New Balance Minimus 1010 Running Shoes - Minimalist (For Women)
- Upper: Mesh with synthetic overlays
- Lining: Mesh
- Midsole: REVlite® foam
- Outsole: Vibram® rubber
- Heel to toe drop: 4mm
- Weight (pair): 11.6 oz.
- Made in United States of America
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Brimler from PA from Pennsylvania on Saturday, June 6, 2015The 5.5 was very small. If you like bling in a shoe then this one is for you. Cute in style but over the top in the shiny/sparkle factor.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Niki from Pennsylvania on Thursday, May 14, 2015These shoes are great. Super lightweight and great for a run in warmer weather. The price was amazing and that makes the run even better!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tommy from MI on Monday, April 20, 2015The shoes are lightweight and comfortable! They do run a half size small so order accordingly.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lydston from NYC on Saturday, January 10, 2015I have been wearing New Balance running and tennis shoes for many years, so looked forward to wearing this colorful pair. I was very disappointed that I could barely get my foot in my usual size 8 wide. Sadly, I had to return them.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MEM from NYC on Monday, September 22, 2014The description of these was right on. They are lighter than traditional running shoes and the heel is lower, which reminds me not to plant my heel first. But they are not "barefoot" style. They have some cushioning and protection. Still, I noticed that I felt acorns underfoot when running on trails. I have used them for trails and pavement, and so far, I have noticed no difference in how my feet and legs feel. I don't do high mileage; just 3-6 miles, 5 times/week. On Occasion, I will go back to my highly cushioned running shoes, just to mix it up a bit, but I don't feel that that is necessary.
As for sizing, I am usually a 9N in regular shoes, and my last New Balance shoes (fitted at a running store) were a size 10. I got these in a 9.5, which is a little snug, but isn't causing any pain in my toes. I have narrow feet and don't like my foot to move around, so I am happy with this fit.