Taking Topo Athletic's minimalist foot-forward design and giving it a bit of extra cushioning for long road miles, the Fl-Lyte 3 Running Shoe lets you experience more of a natural running stride without limiting mileage or forcing you onto softer trail or track surfaces. Featuring a low drop (3mm) and a wider toe box, this shoe helps you achieve a more natural and efficient running motion by encouraging a mid-foot strike and a natural toe splay. But Topo knows that pavement running needs a little more cushioning, which is why they've added a springy Ortholite footbed to their already responsive midsole, giving you a perfect balance of shock attenuation and energy return to keep you going on longer days. The upper and outsole have also been updated to shed weight and keep you light on your feet. The upper is now made with an engineered mesh material, and features fewer overlays to keep the weight down. You've still got a locked down fit though, thanks to tighter knit sections that support your foot while maintaining maximum breathability. And down on the outsole you've got a lightweight hybrid design that puts rubber only in the sections that you need, offering an ideal balance between targeted durability and featherweight performance.
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Topo Athletic Fli-Lyte 3 Running Shoe - Men's
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