Also known as the Minimus 20v3 shoe, the New Balance MX20 sneaker offers a barefoot experience with the protection of a lightweight trainer. This men's athletic shoe features a stable, low-profile platform that performs in the gym as well as out on a run. The REVlite midsole provides support, while the Vibram® outsole ensures top-notch traction in the New Balance MX20v3 training shoe.
This shoe is stylish and a good product depending on it's use. Very lightweight and I use it mainly for running indoors on a treadmill. I would not recommend running outdoors as it does not provide good cushioning and probably would not stand up very well especially on longer runs. If used outdoors at all I would suggest using on a casual basis, so depending on what you purchased this shoe for it could end up rating either way! I gave it a 3 because I thought it might be a bit more durable for the price.
This being current favorite shoe; I'm not sure what more I could say. I have a lot of shoes so my choice is varied and I go for this shoe everyday. I have only owned this shoe a short time so can't speak for it's durability but seems good to me. I guess I should order another pair just in case they discontinue it or something.
I love these shoes for working out and running. They are extremely light and durable, and very comfortable. They break themselves in very fast. They are great for the athletic type or just a great stylish shoe for walking around in and casual wear. I love using them for cross training.
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