Topo Athletic MT-3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Topo Athletic MT-3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Topo Athletic MT-3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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MT-3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Topo Athletic
Lose yourself in the woods with the comfort, performance, and versatility of the Topo Athletic MT-3 Trail Running Shoe. This versatile shoe doesn't have a rock plate which keeps the weight down and the flexibility high providing you with trail to road hybrid performance that allows you to run where you want. It touts a lightweight construction and the upper is made from breathable yet durable mesh. The dual-density EVA midsole provides cushioning to handle the rocky, varying nature of the trail while drainage ports allow water to escape quickly after stream crossings. Finally, the rubber outsole uses multi-directional lugs and forefoot flex grooves to grip slick surfaces as you run.

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SKU: TPA001H
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