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    Product Specifications

    Color

    Black/White

    Weight

    10.2 Ounces

    Item #

    561610

    Style #

    MX40RB1

    US sales only.

    New Balance Minimus 40 Men's Black/White

    Athletes will love the versatility of the New Balance Minimus 40 training shoe. The Rapid Rebound midsole cushioning and the supremely durable Vibram® outsole provide the comfort and traction needed during tough workouts that involve running, jumping and strength-based movements. A low profile design and REVlite within the heel provides excellent ground control and stability for weight lifting exercises.

    Upper: Synthetic and mesh upper with TPU reinforcement provide supportive breathability. Padded tongue and heel collar enhances instep comfort. Lace-up front gives an adjustable fit.

    Midsole:Rapid Rebound midsole cushioning provides comfort and energy while running and jumping. Removable insole.

    Outsole: Durable, Vibram® outsole for traction. Molded external heel counter for excellent stability during weight lifting.

    Inspired by Good Form Running with a 4mm heel drop.

    average rating 4.7 out of 5
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    100% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
    3 Reviews
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    New Balance 1267 Trainers

    Great shoe for all aspects of cross-training...even running. Too bad New Balance has discontinued this model.

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    Rated 4 out of 5
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    New Balance Minimus 40

    Good fit and comfortable. Well constructed, with good support, and traction.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Like them A LOT!

    Really like the shoes - perfect for the diversity of workouts that I do (i.e. boxing, weights, HIIT, and one to two mile runs!

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