New Balance Minimus 10 v2

A slick and fast New Balance Minimus 10 v2 that will bring you closer and much protection against the nature. With a 4mm drop from heel to toe, with a flexible midsole to encourage a natural stride while providing protection against impact and hazardous objects.

MSRP : US$110
Weight : 6.4 oz / 180 gm
Predecessor : Minimus 10
Product Cycle : RY.2013.DY.20XX.
Features : Style : NL-1, 4mm Heel-Toe Differential : Upper : Open Mesh, Anti-Microbial, Strobel Last : Midsole : Deconstructed ActEva® Midsole : Outsole : Minimal Vibram® Rubber

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NewBalanceMinimus10.DC History : Minimus 10 Series : 10 v2('13), 10 v1('12)

P T : A "Performance Trail" shoe with minimum features which encourage natural stride.

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4mm Heel-Toe Differential : By reducing the heel to toe differential, it will encourage a more natural foot (Midfoot / Forefoot Strike) movement as compared to the traditional 12mm differential.

Anti Microbial, Footbed : Anti-bacteria treatment on foot-bed which helps prevent odor, staining and deterioration.

Deconstructed ActEva®, Midsole : Provides great flexibility and a featherweight cushion : ActEva : Full length midsole material that is 12% lighter than standard midsole foam with DuPont Engage for added durability. It has greater consistency in cell size/lower density of cellular foam structure increases resistance to compression set.

Minimal Vibram® Rubber : Lightweight outsole rubber with excellent traction and durability.

NL-1, Shoe Last : Running last which has a low to the ground performance fit for consumers that have normal foot types. Improved fit and feel with better toe box characteristics improving overall fit and cosmetics.

Open Mesh : A breathable lightweight open weave mesh with overlays to lock down the foot while providing un-restricted movement.

Strobal Last: The upper is attached to a thin material that is patterned on the shape or silhouette of the midsole. Traditional strobel lasts use a thin cloth material, while newer variations use a thin sheet of EVA for a more cushioned feel.

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