Topo Athletic Halsa Shoe - Women's

Topo Athletic Halsa Shoe - Women's
Topo Athletic Halsa Shoe - Women's
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Halsa Shoe - Women's by Topo Athletic
Whether you're trucking through box jumps or tackling agility training like a boss, the Topo Athletic Women's Halsa Shoe ensurse that you stay light on your toes and quick on your feet. In order to provide maximum mobility, the folks over at Topo Athletics constructed the Halsa with an abrasion-resistant upper that's durable enough to withstand crusty gym equipment yet flexible enough to waffle between burpees and pull-ups with ease (for which you can thank its minimal seam construction). A roomy toebox provides ample allowance for your toes to splay and spread throughout the course of your fitness routine which ultimately discourages hotspots and blisters. Not to mention, the shoe's flat zero drop profile allows for a sensitive feel.

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SKU: TPA000G
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