At one point or another, we've all gotten the suggestion to, eat oatmeal for breakfast because it's good for your cholesterol, or whatever. Well, we've got a recommendation of our own, and while it doesn't include eating tasteless tiny pieces of rotund cardboard, it does incorporate the New Balance Men's T910v2 Trail Running Shoe and using your legs to run up and down hills. Because there is fun to be had and you shouldn't miss out on it because someone suggested that you might like noshing on orbicular paper. Whether you're cruising around the Ashland State Park Reservoir in Massachusetts or turning up the heat at Waterworks Hill in Montana, the T910v2 combines lightweight cushioning with neutral support and dependable traction to create an aggressive yet responsive trail running shoe. The responsive EVA foam footbed and REVlite midsole foam provide out of the box comfort that caters to runs that are 5k or 25k long, so you don't have to choose between one or the other. A super durable, rugged tread provides maximum stability throughout changing, slippery terrain while the synthetic and mesh upper encourages optimal breathability and allover support without being overbearing or flimsily negligent.