Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
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Hyperion

Hyperion

£90

90.00 GBP

Neutral

Neutral

Speed

4.0 Stars 34 Reviews

Our lightest and fastest, ready to race, perfect for runners who want an advantage over the competition.

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Specs

Support

Neutral

Midsole Drop

10mm

Weight

5.4oz / 153.1g

Arch

Medium, High

Country of Origin

Imported

Our Runners Have Spoken

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Very comfortable
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actually fits my mid foot

I have a very narrow and skinny mid foot and narrow ankles. It is very difficult to keep my feet from sliding foreword so that my toes jam when I run. I also often do not feel stable when shoes are too loose. In boots, I tend to have to put in tongue pads, stuff socks with extra socks or cotton pads to add volume to the mid foot, etc. I have not wanted to take this measure with running shoes, as…

I have a very narrow and skinny mid foot and narrow ankles. It is very difficult to keep my feet from sliding foreword so that my toes jam when I run. I also often do not feel stable when shoes are too loose. In boots, I tend to have to put in tongue pads, stuff socks with extra socks or cotton pads to add volume to the mid foot, etc. I have not wanted to take this measure with running shoes, as I think the laces should be able to tighten enough to keep them secure. Unfortunately, this go-round, I had to try at least 20 different styles to find 1 that fit. I tried: Brooks Launch 4 size 10 - too short/wide, toes jammed Brooks Launch 4 size 10.5 - too wide, toes jammed Brooks Levitate 10 - too short/wide, toes jammed Brooks Levitate 10.5 - actually bought and ran in - too wide, toes jammed, upper hurt, ankles hurt, felt like clown shoes Brooks Ghost 10 10.5 - too wide, clown shoes Brooks Ghost 10 10AA - too short Brooks Ghost 10 10.5AA - still too wide, actually bought and ran in - upper hurt, ankles hurt, toes jammed Brooks Pure Flow 6 10.5 - too wide, toes jammed Brooks Pure Flow 6 10 - too short/wide, toes jammed, did not at all feel the same as my Pure Flow 3's in a size 10. Part of my problem is maybe that I became a forefoot runner after switching to a low heel to toe drop with my Pure Flow 3's (I bought 6 pairs to put off this misery), which I've been running in for 3 years. I think maybe landing on my forefoot makes it harder to keep my foot from sliding foreword. Also, I think my toes extend more. Not sure. All I know is it's very difficult to keep my foot back. While my Pure Flow 3's fit in a size 10, I did have to crank the laces so tight the eyelets touched (just to give you an idea how skinny my foot is). The bands on the side kept my feet back. The Brooks Hyperion fit me securely in a 10.5, but are a bit long. I might even try a 10 and see if I can get away with that because I could use them a little tighter. Still narrow and so light! Read More
Dallas
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels too narrow

So light weight.

VERY light weight.

Cincinnati
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

Comfortable, light, look great!

Shoes are great, very comfortable and light-weight. They look very attractive as well! I'm usually a Europe size 42 but needed to get a size bigger than that to fit properly. They're also quite narrow, which works for me but might not work for people with wide feet.

London
Sizing Feels full size too small
Width Feels true to width

More traction, please!!

I use these shoes for workouts and races half-marathon and shorter. The shoes feel great (though the toe box area gets pretty narrow and would be better if it were a bit wider/less tapered). The worst thing about these shoes (and about which many of my training partners have complained) is they are extremely slippery in wet conditions. Brooks is based in Seattle and one would think that would…

I use these shoes for workouts and races half-marathon and shorter. The shoes feel great (though the toe box area gets pretty narrow and would be better if it were a bit wider/less tapered). The worst thing about these shoes (and about which many of my training partners have complained) is they are extremely slippery in wet conditions. Brooks is based in Seattle and one would think that would make for those designing the shoes to take into account the importance of traction in wet conditions. It is easily possible to add on small pieces of soft rubber on the bottom that would help give these better traction in wet conditions (the Asics DS Racers back in the very early 2000s did a great job with this). When people are racing (or doing speed workouts), every second counts. Please help make that possible with these shoes by working on the soles so they have better traction. Thanks! Read More
Seattle, WA
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels too narrow

Light, comfortable, and get many compliments!

I am training for a 10K and my favorite part is how light these feel.

Phoenix, Arizona
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width