Marathon des Sables x New Balance M1100 MDS

April 18, 2009 BY

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New Balance lives and dies by its running shoes, and these joints represent a race that simulates a life or death situation.  Imagine being stranded in the Sahara, 150 miles away from civilization.  Would you run the whole way?  Though the participants divide the course over six days and surely hydrate themselves well along the way, the Marthon des Sables is perhaps the most treacherous trek on two feet.  Spanning 151 miles in the Moroccan sands, the rough racing conditions inspired this New Balance M1100 MDS.  With a rugged construction and Mowabb-like inner sock, these shoes remain breathable while keeping the sand out.  If you plan to play Survivorman anytime soon, consider copping a pair of these from Bingo Runner.img56036949
Marathon des Sables x New Balance M1100 MDS

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Marathon des Sables x New Balance M1100 MDS


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