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Minimus Zero Trail v2

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Chew up the trail in the Minimus Zerov2 Trail — our most aggressive Minimus to date. Large, sticky rubber lugs grip the trail, REVlite cushioning delivers supreme comfort and Toe Protect™ helps fend of debris.
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The Minimus Zerov2 Trail is the shoe for you when you want to take the path less traveled. The Zerov2 boasts an aggressive outsole, sticky rubber and XL lug heights for greater traction and responsiveness, and a full-length REVlite® midsole; the cleat-like appearance gives some indication to the grip and performance this shoe offers. The Zerov2 also features added toe protection and heel support for those rugged runs.
Features
  • 0 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 0 mm drop are approximate
  • Aggressive lugged outsole gives maximum traction for off-road activities
  • No sew material application
  • Sticky Rubber outsole is made of durable, tacky rubber for traction on slick surfaces
  • Synthetic suede/mesh upper
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    Overall Product Rating

    3.0 / 5
    3 Reviews

    33% of reviewers recommend this product

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    April 25, 2014 by | Big Sky, MT, USA

    • Used Product For: less than 2 weeks
    • Miles with Product: 0-5 miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 20+ miles
    • Primary Activity: Running

    "I don't know why New Balance and all the people who work making shoes with 0 or 4mm drop and in a minimal way don't check how is a human foot. The human foot have is prety wide in the forefoot and it is more wide for people who runs minimal or 0 drop. Very wide!! So, why the New Balance MT00 is the most narrow shoe I have seen ever?? Why almost any brand of shoes made wide shoes like Altra shoes does?? I can't understand this... I really can't understand what the ingeniers are thinking when they are making shoes. Hey New Balance!! The people have wider foot than your are thinking. And more if is a 0 drop shoes. Very very wide!! Not very very narrow. We are not japanese geisha with narrow wood soes. We are trail minimal o drop runners!!"

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    Comfort: 1 / 5

    Style: 4 / 5

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    2 of 3

    Nice work!

    April 24, 2014 by | Nashville, TN, USA

    • Used Product For: less than 2 weeks
    • Miles with Product: 20+ miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 20+ miles
    • Primary Activity: Running

    Yes, I recommend this product.

    "The grip is quite substantial scrambling ridge, or especially after clouds pour and trails get messy. Zero drop is really nice. I haven't found anything that I don't like in the shoe. It's quite the upgrade from last years MT00v1. Very cool part I discovered was the elastic heel grab that aids in getting the shoe on your foot and then gets out of the way when you don't need it. For a zero drop, super aggressive trail shoe you really can't ask for more here. I didn't know if I'd get enough forefoot room since this shoe is not using the NL-1 last, but I was pleasantly surprised how soft and roomy the upper was. Thanks NB, this one is going to be a keeper for me. Now how about releasing that MT110v2..."

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    Comfort: 5 / 5

    Style: 5 / 5

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    3 of 3

    A little disappointed

    April 19, 2014 by | Winston-Salem, NC, USA

    • Used Product For: less than 2 weeks
    • Miles with Product: 16-20 miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 20+ miles
    • Primary Activity: Running

    "I eagerly awaited the arrival of this shoe but upon receiving them and wearing them out on the trails I am a bit disappointed with the end product. First thing I noticed was how much narrower the forefoot was then most minimus models, while running in them it doesn't cause much discomfort but it is still apparent. Second, the shoe feels a bit sloppy. On technical rock gardens and fast descents it doesn't hug/hold the foot well. Third, the opening around the ankle is pretty wide and is easy to accumulate trail debris. Things I like about the shoe. Has a gnarly outsole which really sticks to just about anything from dirt to wet rocks. I also love the look, has a vintage throwback shoe look. I hope NB goes back and addresses some of the issues with the shoe because I feel that this has the potential to be a burly ultra mountain running shoe."

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    Comfort: 2 / 5

    Style: 4 / 5

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