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Run far and fast into the wild when you're wearing the La Sportiva Women's Helios Trail Running Shoe. Designed with the performance trail runner in mind, this little beauty feels nimble underfoot and smooth over rough, rocky surfaces. A wave-like midsole structure helps the sole adapt to uneven terrain and absorb impact while the low heel-to-forefoot drop allows your foot to naturally roll from heel strike to toe off. Over medium-to-long distances the Helios saves your foot and joints a thrashing. La Sportiva calls this a minimalist trail running shoe and, due to its feathery 8. 1 ounce weight, it would be hard to disagree. Only two of Sportiva's other mountain running shoes compare, the Vertical K and the Anakonda. The Vertical K is a few ounces lighter at the cost of cushioning, while the Anakonda is lower to the ground with a more aggressive grip. While both of these shoes offer distinct advantages, the Helios brings the the best of both worlds, striking a balance that allows you to tackle a mixed-terrain 10k or a marathon through the woods.

- Backcountry.com

Looking to put some miles behind you on the trail? La Sportiva's Helios Trail Running Shoe is great for any level runner with its highly breathable, minimalist design that drains quickly thanks to HyDrain nylon mesh that also keeps out silt and sand. The Frixion wave sole provides excellent cushioning and traction.

- Mountain Gear

La Sportiva's Helios is a minimalist trail running shoe. It is a highly breathable, fast draining neutral trail shoes that is perfect for all levels of trail running and light road use.

- CampSaver.com

La Sportiva's Helios is a minimalist, highly breathable, fast-draining neutral shoe perfect for all levels of trail running and light road use.. . . . 4 mm drop; heel: 15 mm, toe: 11 mm; ultralight neutral shoe; low-profile outsole. Frixion AT/VA Wave rubber outsole: wave-like sole adapts to running surface for a smoother ride and increases surface area contact-absorbs impact upon foot strike. Highly flexible MorphoDynamic EVA and 2 mm LaSpEVA midsole adapts to trail features and delivers the perfect amount of cushioning for protection from impact forces. Breathable HyDrain mesh/Poly Grid upper allows quick drainage while keeping out silt and sand. Integral tongue gusset construction for excellent fit and easy use; helps keep debris out. PolyCap provides toe protection. Wicking EVA AirMesh lining in the heel. TPU lacing harness for secure, stable fit. Performance fit: medium-wide


Free Shipping. La Sportiva Women's Helios Shoe FEATURES of the La Sportiva Women's Helios Shoe Integral gusseted tongue construction for an excellent fit and easy use Highly flexible MorphoDynamic midsole adapts to trail features and delivers the perfect amount of cushioning HyDrain nylon mesh allows quick drainage while keeping out silt and sand SPECIFICATIONS of the La Sportiva Women's Helios Shoe Wide Fit Weight: 6.75 oz / 19 5 g Upper: HyDrain Mesh/ Wicking EVA AirMesh /Poly Grid / TPU Lacing Harness/ PolyCap Lining: Wicking EVA AirMesh (heel only) Midsole: MorphoDynamic Injection Molded EVA/ 2mm LaSpEVA Sole: FriXion AT/ VA Wave Heel: 15mm Toe: 11mm Drop: 4mm Cushioning: Midsole: 35A Last: Women's Tempo 2 This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

La Sportiva Women's Helios

previously retailed for:
$70.91 - $120.00

The La Sportiva Women's Helios is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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