Topo Athletic Hydroventure 2 Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Topo Athletic Hydroventure 2 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Topo Athletic Hydroventure 2 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Hydroventure 2 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Topo Athletic
When the skies are threatening to open up before you head out for your morning run, make sure to lace up the Topo Athletic Women's Hydroventure Trail Running Shoe. Combining lightweight durability with a waterproof and breathable design, the synthetic upper is bolstered by an eVent membrane for lasting comfort and dry protection out in the elements. The EVA midsole has a flexible rock plate to protect against sharp rocks and roots, while ensuring a smooth and responsive ride. Rounding out this trail shoe is a Vibram rubber outsole with multi-directional lug traction, forefoot flex grooves, and a mud release design to handle all sorts of terrain.

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SKU: TPA0013
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