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Minimus Zero v2

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Get a barefoot feel in a shoe that’s tough enough for the road. Our most minimal road shoe, the Minimus Zero v2 features a one-piece FantomFit upper for support and flexibility, a REVlite midsole for cushioning and a Vibram® outsole for traction.
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Our most minimal road shoe, the Minimus Zero v2 is quite aptly named. The more natural Minimus design features the ultra-light support and flexibility of a one-piece FantomFit upper, the responsive cushioning of a REVlite midsole, the superior traction of a Vibram® outsole and odor-resistant materials. If you’re looking for a barefoot-inspired running experience in a shoe that can withstand the ruggedness of the road, look no further than the Minimus Zero v2.
Features
  • 0 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 0 mm drop are approximate
  • NB Minimus is a whole new approach to footwear, a place on the spectrum from barefoot running to the traditional maximum-cushioning running shoe. Inspired by Good Form Running and designed to be worn with or without socks. With only a 0mm drop* from heel to toe, the NB Minimus collection holds a world of discovery for neutral runners; additionally, Good Form Running teaches methods of improvement for those seeking to conquer gait issues.
  • Odor resistant
  • Synthetic/mesh upper
  • Vibram® outsole provides maximum surface contact and multi-directional traction. Vibram is a registered trademark of Vibram S.p.A. All rights reserved.
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    Overall Product Rating

    4.0 / 5
    2 Reviews

    50% of reviewers recommend this product

    1 of 2

    Great lightweight shoe, but tight fit.

    October 6, 2014 by | Massachusetts

    • Used Product For: less than 2 weeks

    "This shoe is very lightweight and attractive, but it was too tight across the middle of my foot. I ordered a wide fit, but either the shoe runs too small or the flap that takes the place of the tongue isn't long enough so it barely covered the opening on the top of my foot. I had to return them."

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    Comfort: 4 / 5

    Style: 5 / 5

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    Re-purchase Likelihood Probably Would Not Purchase Again Would Purchase Again

    2 of 2

    I wish New Balance would go back to Version1 of this shoe...

    June 28, 2014 by | Sweden

    • Used Product For: 8 or more weeks
    • Miles with Product: 20+ miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 6-10 miles
    • Primary Activity: Running

    Yes, I recommend this product.

    "The first version of the Minimus Zero is the best minimalist running shoe I´ve ever owned, and I ended up buying four pairs before New Balance stopped making them. The major flaw with the 1st version, however, was the extremely poor durability of the thin upper mesh, which always would start to break after just a few months of running. Version 2 of the Minimus Zero seems much more durable, and it´s overall very comfortable except for being much too snug in the midfoot, which cuts into my feet and makes my arches hurt, thus limiting me from longer runs. I really wish that New Balance would make a new Minimus Zero shoe more similar to the first version (i.e. without the narrow midfoot), but more durable. If, however, you like a bit of cushion in the mid-foot it´s a great shoe. It´s really light-weight and breathable and I love the look. Compared to the High Rez it´s a lot less hard-core and I would think it would be a great start to barefoot running."

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    Comfort: 3 / 5

    Style: 5 / 5

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    Easy to Put On Not Very Easy Very Easy
    Stays on Feet Well Falls Off Too Easily Stays on Well