WHITIN Men’s Minimalist Trail Runner | Wide Toe Box

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WHITIN Men’s Minimalist Trail Runner | Wide Toe Box
WHITIN Men’s Minimalist Trail Runner | Wide Toe Box

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  • Rubber sole
  • A wide toe box lets your toes spread and relax.
  • Produced using animal free products and processes.
  • Removable sockliner (insole) if you want a “more barefoot” feeling.
  • True rubber sole provides great protection while still getting the ground feedback.
  • Note, if between sizes, order next size down

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Specification: WHITIN Men’s Minimalist Trail Runner | Wide Toe Box

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Type WHITIN
Shipping Weight (ounces) 12.3
Package Dimensions 11 x 4.7 x 3.1 inches
EAN 07445054068027
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  1. Camco-Joe

    You can’t beat these for the price. I don’t know how long they’ll hold up, but they’re a really nice running shoe if your into zero drop, minimalist running shoes. Be warned, these are SO much different than your average running shoes. Expect at least a week or two for your legs and feet to acclimate. Don’t over do it the first few weeks, or you’ll end up injured. Also, be advised that there isn’t much protecting your feet – so I wouldn’t recommend these shoes super rough terrain. I’m happy with my purchase!UPDATE: I’ve put nearly 100 miles on these bad boys. They’re great. I like them better than my Ultras, yet I paid 100 dollars less for these. Don’t waste your money on super expensive name brands, these shoes are great!UPDATE 2: 170 miles and they’re still good as new. I just ordered a second pair because I like them so much.UPDATE 3: I uploaded a picture of my second pair. BE CAREFUL when changing the color scheme. I ordered what I thought was a different color scheme, but as it turns out these ones DO NOT have a Velcro tighten strap like the other pair does. (LOOK CLOSELY at the pictures, as it is depicted just fine. I wasn’t paying any attention – so it’s on me) Don’t worry though, I just ordered a 3RD pair of red ones with the strap for only 28 dollars! It’s worth noting that the new pair (without the Velcro strap) still feel just as comfortable – but I haven’t done any running in them yet.UPDATE 4: I suppose you get the point now. Keep on running, fam!

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  2. Rolfathan

    I’m going to be honest here: I don’t think these are going to last particularly long, and that is perfectly fine.See, what we have here are a type of shoe that flexes. This is by design. It’s like wearing shoes while walking barefoot. Many claim it’s a more natural way of walking. And it does fit the bill. However, the material I’m not convinced will last very long. You can fork over $100+ for the good ones that will last, with the bottoms made by Vibram. But… they’re an odd shoe. For those that love them, they truly love them. For those that hate them, they despise them. So paying $100 or more seems like a pretty steep investment for something you might end up hating.That’s where these come in. I’ve wanted to try shoes like these, but the barrier to enter was too high. Now, $35 to answer that question, that I can do. So I’ve been wearing them a bit, and enjoying them. I suspect they will be done for in about 4-8 months, and I won’t be bummed. I’ll move on to the $100+ if I decide this is the shoe style for me. If I decide it’s not my style, these things saved me $65, effectively.Will I buy these again? Well, if they somehow last me more than 8 months, then probably will. Otherwise, they’re like a “sample” of this style of shoe, and well worth it to answer the question of if the style is something you want to get into.

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  3. Sean

    I struggle to find a good pair of trail running shoes. The tread is still great after 200miles (yes I track this stuff). They are comfortable for my feet and I wear these most of the time. The second picture shows the surface of where I run. One of the best shoes I have found. And they are cheap. Great quality. Great durability. Comfortable. AND and and I don’t get much sand in them while on the beach.

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