Fresh Foam Hierro v4 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by New Balance
When you run on the trail you have to deal with lots of things--rocks, roots, steep elevation gains, branches biting at your feet all the time--but you can still stay plenty comfortable when you've got the New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro v4 Trail Running Shoe. It's got cushioned support and trail-specific functionality to help you tackle longer miles and tougher terrain than ever before. It all starts with the Fresh Foam midsole, which gives you a super-soft landing platform with each step, and is designed using a single piece of foam that ensures a smoother and more natural ride. On the outsole you've got top-class Vibram rubber ensuring grip and traction on the ever-changing trail surfaces you'll come across, while a breathable yet durable mesh upper delivers comfort and protection on the trail. Speaking of protection, your feet won't just be guarded against scrapes and scratches, you've also got a sturdy rubber toe cap to keep those dogs protected against accidental stubs and trips. Tack on a bootie construction for a comfortably snug fit that won't let in trail debris, and you've got everything you need to leave the road behind.
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