WHITIN Men’s Trail Runner Wide Toe

(9 customer reviews)

Original price was: $46.99.Current price is: $43.99.

  • Wide toe box for toe spread and relaxation
  • Made using animal-free products and processes
  • Removable sockliner for a more barefoot feeling
  • True rubber sole for protection and ground feedback
  • Recommended to order next size down if between sizes
  • Department: mens
  • Date First Available: May 18, 2024
    SKU: B07R4PP2TX Category:


    The WHITIN Men’s Minimalist Trail Runner offers a wide toe box for toe flexibility and relaxation. It is made using animal-free materials and methods. The removable insole allows for a more barefoot experience. The true rubber sole offers good protection with ground feedback. If between sizes, it is recommended to order the next size down.

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    Date First Available

    May 18, 2024

    9 reviews for WHITIN Men’s Trail Runner Wide Toe

    1. Kristine Strible

      I was searching for a flatter shoe to use for weightlifting, particularly for deadlifts and leg presses, as my regular running shoes couldn’t handle the impact. I tried on four other pairs of workout/barefoot shoes under $75 on Amazon, but these were the only ones that suited my needs. The shoe sizing was true to size, and the size 13 fit me perfectly, unlike other brands that tend to run small. I appreciated the larger toe box in these shoes, allowing my feet to spread out comfortably for…

    2. Eugene Bekou

      I made the switch to minimal shoes over a year ago and my first pair of these shoes has been in regular use for about a year. I wear them daily for errands and work, even during winter as long as the snow isn’t too deep. At a price of $60 Canadian, these shoes are a great option to test if barefoot or minimalist shoes are right for you. I initially turned to barefoot shoes to address plantar fasciitis and these have become my go-to everyday shoes. Despite some wear on the treads and the…

    3. JG

      These shoes are comfortable, lightweight, breathable, and provide ample space for your feet. They offer a superior feel compared to regular shoes, allowing you to sense your steps while still benefiting from sole protection. The improved stability prevents walking on your heels, encouraging a proper walking gait and reducing hip, knee, and back pain. Versatile for indoor and outdoor use, from hiking to working out, these shoes have become my go-to footwear for all activities.

    4. michael cummings

      Overall, I find the Whitin shoe to be a fantastic value and I plan on purchasing more in the future. Here are the highlights:
      1) It’s minimalist and zero-drop design.
      2) Comfortable to wear.
      3) Durable – I’ve logged 400 running miles on them and still have around 100 miles of tread left.
      4) Wide toe box for added comfort.
      5) Stylish appearance, in my opinion.
      6) Affordable price point at $42.
      1) Heavier compared to my Merrell VaporGloves.
      2) Not a true barefoot shoe, but still…

    5. Andrew Maclaren

      These shoes are really comfortable for the price, but they lack breathability. I decided to go for their canvas shoes instead, which are a much better choice.

    6. Eben Eleazer

      I have been wearing Vibram FiveFingers toe shoes for exercise since around 2013, and recently I have been transitioning to barefoot-style shoes, with the Whitins being my third pair. I appreciate their affordability and durability, as they have held up well during my everyday activities like walking, hiking, and biking. The combination of laces and a strap, along with the tread pattern, is reminiscent of the VFF V-Train model, and I find the upper material to be breathable and comfortable….

    7. M Chardonnay

      These shoes are a great value for the price. As a postal worker who walks many kilometers each day, I find them to be excellent. They are lightweight, have a good design, are breathable, and very comfortable.

    8. Avery Frederick

      I purchased these shoes a year ago for a water-based hike. Upon opening the box, I was pleasantly surprised by the attractive appearance, especially the vibrant red color. Despite having a thin sole, the shoes were comfortable to walk in, lightweight, and had a great overall design. During the hike, the shoes performed well, although the sole cracked a bit due to my rigorous testing of gear, which was expected. The grip was superior to a generic hiking shoe but not as impressive as my…

    9. JG

      Update: I have barely taken these shoes off in a week, except to sleep. After reading the reviews, I was excited to give these a try. Living in Florida means not needing much in terms of shoes, but I do require protection due to peripheral neuropathy. I was curious about how well these shoes would perform in that regard.
      I must say, these shoes are incredibly comfortable, almost plush-like. They fit snugly on the feet with multiple adjustment options for a perfect fit. They provide excellent…

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