New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro Trail Running Shoe - Women's

New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro Trail Running Shoe - Women's
New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Fresh Foam Hierro Trail Running Shoe - Women's by New Balance
Unlike its namesake, which means iron in Spanish, the New Balance Women's Fresh Foam Hierro Trail Running Shoe is not produced by nuclear fusion in high-mass stars, and it's anything but a heavy metal. That being said, the Hierro Trail Shoe does provide support in rugged conditions, and its adaptive Hyposkin upper provides a malleable, natural fit. Vibram MegaGrip outsoles ensure an iron grip on uneven trails, while the Fresh Foam midsole cushions every step without making you feel weighed down. Updated this season with a sock-like liner, the debris-free design keeps out dirt, rocks, and leaves--you're not pausing your run for anything less than a supernova.

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