Arc'teryx - Aerios FL Low GTX Hiking Shoes - Women's

Category: Women's Footwear

Great outer sole grip for rock scrambling. True to size, no break-in necessary. Waterproof and comfy for long hikes. This shoe serves its purpose.

I ordered these shoes online from REI after viewing them online. I got to use my annual rebate. The shoes were a fair price on sale. Ordered the colbalt blue color and I like them a lot! Both the rubber bottom and fabric are blue and they look cool. The fit is good and the tread will be good for hiking. At current, I’ve only worn them for errands and working in and out of my home, so they are good for everyday wear, too. Thnx! JP

These are one of the most instantly comfortable shoes I've ever owned. They also do an amazing job of keeping my feet dry. Living in the pnw comes with lots of rainy days and I've been wearing these every day. Day two of owning we did a 7+ miles hike in rain and my feet remained dry and comfortable. Was extremely impressed with how lightweight these are as well. Overall, one of the best shoes I've owned.



I have a hard time finding running shoes and hiking boots that fit my heel snugly (Oboz and Saucony are best). Can anyone comment of how well these would fit my narrow heel? Thank you.

These shoes have a precise fit aimed at technical hiking and trekking over varied conditions. Most customers find the heel cups hold their feet in place well for these type of adventures.


Could I also use these as trail running shoes? I'm curious how stiff the sole is. For comparison, I was also looking at the Arc'teryx Norvan LD GTX Trail-Running Shoes, but you're out of my size.

These will be slightly more rigid than a trail running shoe, however, this shoe has a run-inspired design that will synthesize with your foot to minimize friction and is agile and light.


Do these have a rockplate?  What’s the heel to toe drop?

These shoes have a shank but not a rock plate, and the heel-to-toe drop is 10mm.

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