New Balance Women's WT110 Winter Trail Running Shoes
With a minimalist design and maximum support, the Women's New Balance MT110 Winter Trail Running Shoes are the perfect choice for high-speed efforts. These ultra-lightweight trail racing shoes have zip up water-resistant synthetic and mesh uppers to keep feet dry and comfortable so you can keep the pace fast and strong. They were named "Best Minimalist in the Trail Runner Editor's Choice awards, and they can help you deliver an optimal race day performance with ACTEVA midsoles that cushion and resist compression, stability shanks that support the arches to create a smoother stride and aggressive lugged outsoles for maximum traction you can count on.
- Trail Runner Editor's Choice Awards: "Best Minimalistâ€�
- Uppers: Water-resistant synthetic / mesh upper helps keep feet dry
- Zip closure
- ACTEVA™ midsole cushions and resists compression set - 12% lighter than standard foam
- Stability shank embedded into midsole supports the arch and helps create a smoother gait
- Aggressive lugged outsole gives maximum traction for off-road activities
- Weight: 9 oz
Buy the New Balance WT110 Winter Trail Running Shoes for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - New Balance Women's WT110 Winter Trail Running Shoes
My dream shoe for winter
I live in snow country on the eastern slopes of the North Cascade Mts in Washington State. For the last 3-4 years I have tried all kinds of ways, with no luck, to keep my feet warm and dry while enjoying trail running\walking and snowshoeing in winter conditions. I always end up with wet, cold feet. Not anymore! These shoes are absolutely fantastic! They have the flexibility I want, great traction (although I haven't had them on serious ice conditions yet), low 4mm heal-toe drop, and best of all is the built in gaiter. The gaiter keeps out the snow and wet and help keep my feet dry and warm while wearing only a lightweight x-country ski sock. I normally wear a size 9.5. I ordered a 10 because I knew I would wear a little thicker, warmer sock. The 10s work but are almost too small. I'm a 59 yr old woman and I log 20-25 miles per week during winter. One spot of potential weakness is the area just above the sole and sides of the shoe not remaining entirely waterproof. I think the crunchy snow is slowly wearing off a bit of the shoe's waterproofness. If an area about 1" up the sides of the shoe was made from super waterproof material it should eliminate this problem. Perhaps a future design could correct this. In the meantime they are the best thing out there. I highly recommend them.