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Arc’teryx Aerios FL Mid GTX Shoe

Designed for extended hikes on technical trails, the Aerios FL Mid GTX features Gore-Tex lining.

Here is the lacing detail. There are closed hook loops at the top.

The sole system consists of Vibram Megagrip outsole, compressed EVA midsole and integrated TPU shank.

Available in Taan Forest/Lampyres (the Green one) and Orion/Proteus (the Blue one) in sizes 7-13.

9 Responses to “Arc’teryx Aerios FL Mid GTX Shoe”

  1. Jeremy P says:

    Well those look hot and sweaty.

    • Amiththan says:

      Tested them on the Arizona trail this year for 400 miles of everything that the desert had to offer on a record snow year from Mexico to pine, Az; performed exceptionally well, even dried as quit or faster than non gortex shoes under identical conditions. Light, and breathable…only thing I’d change is slightly wider toebox but able to fix that with appropriate lacing system…so no, not sweaty and hot and I am not paid by Arc’teryx

  2. Stickman says:

    I’ll take the Wolf in size 11 please!

    I like the Croc color, but the yellow kinda waters down the concept in my mind.

    Coming from the dead bird, I’m sure these will do what they claim, just like their jackets and other items in their LEAF lineup.

  3. TheFull9 says:

    “Sorry, hello everyone, design meeting now in session ladies, gents and zirs. Are we pushing the budget allocation above the 90% mark in terms of just colour naming on this one or sticking at previous levels? Sorry eh”

    Looks good, looks like it’ll stomp on comparable Salomon offerings.

  4. Andrew says:

    Please for the love of God, make a size 14 ( same comment to Danner and about 60% of the Salomon line)

  5. Mark says:

    Looks like these have a wider toe box compared to some of their previous footwear.

  6. Alpha2 says:

    Dude, orion proteus color…I was so hoping to cop the hibiscus hydrangea ones.

  7. Sommerbiwak says:

    Please why? The “croc” olive green looks good, but those soles! Why? They should have gone all in and make it look like some crazy colored running shoe then. I would instantly buy it with the black sole for autumn and winter use.

  8. Sigh. Arc’teryx continues to ignore the fact that some people have wide feet.