WHITIN Minimalist Trail Running Shoes, Wide Toe

(13 customer reviews)


  • Wide toe box for toe spread and relaxation
  • Made with animal-free products and processes
  • Removable sockliner for a more barefoot feel
  • True rubber sole for protection and ground feedback
  • Size advice: order next size down if between sizes
  • Package dimensions: 10 x 5.4 x 1.5 inches; 1.3 pounds
  • Department: mens
  • Date First Available: October 6, 2019
    SKU: B08J7YXL3T Category:


    The product is a pair of WHITIN Men’s Minimalist Trail Running Shoes designed with a wide toe box for comfortable toe spread. They are made using animal-free materials and have a removable sockliner for a more barefoot experience. The true rubber sole offers protection while allowing for ground feedback. Customers are advised to size down if between sizes.

    Additional information

    Package Dimensions

    10 x 5.4 x 1.5 inches, 1.3 Pounds



    Date First Available

    October 6, 2019

    13 reviews for WHITIN Minimalist Trail Running Shoes, Wide Toe

    1. stonehedge48

      I have been using them for weeks now and I have no complaints. The shoelaces might be a bit too long, but it’s almost irrelevant.

    2. eric lagueux

      The product was not as wide as I had anticipated. I would have preferred more space around the toes.

    3. Kyle

      These shoes keep my feet cool and comfortable. I wear them for leg days and mainly for lounging around during the day. They are excellent value for money, so much so that I ended up buying a total of 4 pairs after my initial purchase. All of them have proven to be reliable products.

    4. stonehedge48

      This product is great for transitioning into barefoot shoes, and if you want to go fully barefoot, you can simply remove the sole. I typically wear a size 10.5 but opted for size 11, and after taking a walk on concrete, I experienced no leg pain issues. It feels like wearing a shoe-sock hybrid, which is a bit strange but quite comfortable, so no complaints there. One thing to note is to avoid the 1_black variant as it tends to rip around the toes due to being made of full mesh. The 2_light…

    5. Robbes

      I purchased these shoes to alleviate my runner’s knee pain. I gradually transitioned to wearing them all day and have been slowly strengthening my calf muscles to be able to run in them (initially experiencing calf pain even on short runs). I am pleased to report that on my last two runs, I was completely free of knee pain – running barefoot actually proved effective for my runner’s knee.
      My main issue with the shoes was the laces that come with them, which needed constant tightening as the…

    6. Pablo

      After experiencing multiple accidents with my clipless shoes, I decided to switch to these comfortable and grippy shoes. I’m very satisfied with my purchase and plan to buy them in different colors.

    7. Pablo

      The seller shipped the product promptly. The shoes offer great value and are well-constructed. The wide toe box is spacious, making them comfortable for those with wider feet. I swapped the insole for one that I prefer and adjusted the tongue to prevent bunching up my pant legs. I use these as house slippers rather than aqua socks. Overall, it has been a positive experience. Thank you.

    8. Gary

      Highly pleased

    9. Aaron P.

      I have been wearing size 9.5 in Merrell shoes for 20 years, so I was unsure about what size to get in these WHITIN Men’s Minimalist Trail Runners in Green. I decided to go with size 9, and they fit perfectly. Size 10 would have been too big for me. These shoes appear to be well-made and the drawstring lace tightens down nicely. The padding around the ankle and top of the foot is comfortable. I have used them for a few workouts, including riding a Rogue Echo bike, and they felt great. I am…

    10. Gary

      This shoe has a nice appearance and feels more like a slipper than a traditional shoe. It seems suitable for use as a water shoe this summer. However, individuals with wide feet should be cautious as it may not provide a comfortable fit. In my case, being a size 14, the shoe fit well. While it lacks significant cushioning, the traction is impressive. Considering the price, it appears to be a good value, but only time will tell how long they will last.

    11. Corrine Wilson

      I have been using these shoes for 14 months now and they have been my go-to for various activities such as trail running, hiking, camping, kayaking, disc golf, and more. I even use them as water shoes most of the time. The exteriors still look fantastic, with the treads showing no signs of wear despite the many hard miles I’ve put on them. The laces are in great condition, the material is stain-free, and they clean up nicely in the washer (just don’t put them in the dryer). The only downside…

    12. jose montes

      I appreciate the subtle style of these shoes, which suits my preference well. They look good and I enjoy wearing them. One improvement I would suggest is to reinforce the heel sidewalls with a firmer material, such as hard plastic, to prevent slipping on uneven terrain. Additionally, for individuals like myself with high arches that flatten while walking, having an option for higher and more robust arch support would be beneficial.

    13. Robbes

      Update: It’s been a year since I initially reviewed this product, and it’s still holding up surprisingly well. Despite some wear and tear, including tread loss and a ripped heel tab, I’ve replaced the insoles and they remain effective for parkour activities. These shoes are definitely worth the $35-40 price tag, and I find them to be more durable than the knit barefoot sneakers from the same brand. [Update #2: After 1.5 years of heavy parkour use, they are starting to deform in the…

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