Strengthen your body with ST-4, built to deliver lightweight, natural performance for in the gym or on the run. The zero drop 16 mm platform provides a minimal, flexible fit for optimized ground feel and natural foot mechanics. The breathable mesh upper of these lightweight road shoes keeps the foot cool, while printed overlays and an internal skeleton lining offer increased security throughout. The relaxed heel construction provides a more natural fit and allows the shoe to pack flat in a gym bag or for travel. A newly added OrthoLite® footbed provides long-term comfort and odor resistance in these lightweight men's running shoes.
- Best For:Road Running
- Stack Height:16mm (0 drop)
- Heel to Toe Drop:0MM
- Weight:7.3 oz (M9)
Why We Love It
Completely neutral drop for the most natural running experience.
Lightweight Breathable Materials
For a '2nd Skin' fit and feel.
Comfortable insoles with long-term resilience and anti-microbial properties.
Roomy Toe Box
Anatomical toe box allows toes to spread naturally and comfortably.
In The Press
Minimal, Fine Fitting, Zero Drop and Versatile
"Foot strength is definitely important, so just walking around day-to-day on a shoe with a wider toebox and no drop is a win-win."
Reviewed by 1 customer
Good barefoot shoe
Comments about ST-4
I was looking to replace my Trail Glove 4s, which are very minimal, barefoot trail runners. I'd never bought Topos and wasn't sure what to expect. Settled on the ST-4 after reading a lot of reviews. The Good: Roomy toe-box, very light weight, able to handle hard exercise like sprinting, very comfortable and stable. The Not-as-good: moderately cushioned soles, so the groundfeel isn't as good as others. the design seems to have some kind of arch-support, which i don't want (my feet are healthy and don't need that). Overall, I'm happy with the shoe because it performs well. I worry though, that they might weaken my arches by constantly supporting them. That said, *I'm not 100% sure that there is this arch support, but it appears there is*. I recommend it, but hardcore barefooters might be skeptical.