Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
Hyperion
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Hyperion

Hyperion

$130

130.00 USD

Women's Road Running Shoes

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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Color: 529

Size Chart

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Specs

Support

Neutral

Midsole Drop

10mm

Weight

5.4oz / 153.1g

Arch

Medium, High

Experience Type

Speed

Country of Origin

Imported

Benefits

Soft Cushioning

BioMoGo DNA midsole cushioning dynamically adapts to your stride.

Quick Transitions

The Midfoot Transition Zone and Segmented Crash Pad provide quick heel-to-toe transitions.

Our Runners Have Spoken

4.0 StarsStars
Feels true to size
Feels full size too small Feels full size too big
Very comfortable
Very uncomfortable Very comfortable
Feels too narrow
Feels too narrow Feels too wide

Great, lightweight running shoe!

Bought these in 5M for my petite, 14 year old daughter who outgrew her old kids sized Brooks Glycerin shoes. Bought a new pair of women's Glycerins at the same time, now knowing what would work. These were a real winner for her, hands down! They were more lightweight, flexible and had a more narrow toe box that fit her feet perfectly. Just enough cushioning. The Glycerins were just way too wide…

Bought these in 5M for my petite, 14 year old daughter who outgrew her old kids sized Brooks Glycerin shoes. Bought a new pair of women's Glycerins at the same time, now knowing what would work. These were a real winner for her, hands down! They were more lightweight, flexible and had a more narrow toe box that fit her feet perfectly. Just enough cushioning. The Glycerins were just way too wide in the toe box, which wasn't an issue in her previous pair. She is doing track and field right now and couldn't be happier! Read More
New York
Sizing Feels true to size

My favorite shoe except

So...here's the thing. I read the reviews. I ordered a full size up from my normal running shoe size. And they fit. Wonderfully...so I thought. These are easily my favorite shoe I have ever tried...except one teeny tiny detail...they gave me blisters on the top of my feet. I have NEVER had a running shoe do this. I did some digging and found out this is due to improper fit. They fit everywhere…

So...here's the thing. I read the reviews. I ordered a full size up from my normal running shoe size. And they fit. Wonderfully...so I thought. These are easily my favorite shoe I have ever tried...except one teeny tiny detail...they gave me blisters on the top of my feet. I have NEVER had a running shoe do this. I did some digging and found out this is due to improper fit. They fit everywhere else. I do not have abnormally large or wide feet. Sadly I will have to return. I would say... only buy these if you have very small feet and then still go up 1- 1.5 sizes. Read More
Seattle, WA
Sizing Feels full size too small
Width Feels too narrow

Love this runner

Love the light weight and the flat sole.

Vancouver Island, BC
Sizing Feels true to size
Width Feels true to width

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

Any Questions?

Our Run Happy Team Members have the answers.

11 Questions

Are these shoes red or bright orange?

2017/08/18 IL KJ

Color 069 is Diva Pink.

Thee are only for racing? How do you break them in if you don't train in them? I usually use ghost and want to venture out and chase some PR's but how do you not train in them for half marathons? Thank you

2017/08/15 Washington Runningria

You should definitely wear them for a few runs or workouts before racing in them, but they are primarily for racing!

Is this shoe a good xc shoe and for longer everyday distances?

2017/06/04 Whythville, va Hails

This is technically a racing flat, so it may not be the most suitable shoe for long distance training.

Is there a specific kind of Brooks designed for standing on your feet for long periods of time? I am a nurse and I have heard these are the best shoes on the market. I'm just wanting to make sure I get the correct kind.

2017/05/17 Alexandria, La Breezy

For supportive and well-cushioned shoes, you might want to consider the Ariel '16, Adrenaline GTS 17, or Transcend 4!

I'm marathoner. During my training marathon season I have two pairs of shoes to train. I wear for long runs PureCadence and the PureConnect for speed workout. I was reading that this specific pair of running shoes is not recommended for training just for running a race. It means those shoes will be just for running races - specifically Marathons ? Why? I would love to try them. I do have two marathons on scheduled this year. MCM in October 2017 and NYY 2017. It would be interesting to see if these pair helps on my back to back running.

2017/05/03 Union, NJ Lolimar

The Hyperion is only recommended for racing because the shoe is so lightweight that if used for a training shoe it will wear down…

The Hyperion is only recommended for racing because the shoe is so lightweight that if used for a training shoe it will wear down very quickly. Read More