New Balance Minimus Prevail Training Shoes - Men's
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Looking to add stability to your strength training? The Minimus Prevail have a engineered knit upper that hugs your feet to fit all over. The Vibram outsole is all one piece, adding a solid ground-like feeling to your workouts and training sessions.
- Engineered knit upper provides a comfortable, foot-hugging fit.
- Asymmetrical collar offers a more natural fit.
- External TPU Heel Counter increases stability when running.
- REVlite EVA midsole is springy and supportive.
- Vibram outsole is grippy, with lots of stability for strength training.
|Ideal for||Fitness and training|
'Minimal and natural' shoes offer low drop, lots of flex, and minimal cushioning. Most running shoes are 'Light and responsive' with medium cushioning and good energy return. 'Cushioned and floaty' shoes have maximum cushioning.
|Light and responsive|
Some shoes include added motion control or stability features to help minimize over pronation, where the foot tends to roll inward in a biomechanically imbalanced running position.
The drop is the difference in height between the heel and the forefoot midsole cushioning. Traditional running shoes tend to have a 10mm drop or higher while minimalist style shoes are on the lower end of the spectrum.
How to measure
- Foot length
- Use a ruler to measure the tracing off your foot from the front of your longest toe to the back of your heel.