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Zip across miles of pavement when you're wearing the Women's Virrata Running Shoe. Unlike the bulky trainers of yesteryear, the Virrata is ultralight trainer with a zero-drop offset and a highly flexible chassis. The close-fitting upper fits like a glove around your foot, the grippy outsole means plenty of traction on the road, and ample cushioning soaks up the impact of the road. At just six-and-a-half ounces light, the Virrata makes you feel light on your feet without sacrificing the protection a distance runner needs for the road.

Only three other shoes fall into Saucony's Natural series of minimalist running shoes: the Mirage 3, the Kinavara 3, and the Hattori LC. Compared to the Virrata, the Mirage is more responsive, the Kinvara offers more stability, and the Hattori is lighter and lower at the cost of support. All in all, the Virrata is the ideal balance of cushioning and support in an ultralight, zero-drop package.

  • Mono Mesh upper is highly breathable and ultralight
  • Internal Bootie Construction makes for a buttery smooth internal fit that reduces friction and drastically improves comfort
  • HydraMAX collar lining provides light cushioning around your ankle for comfort and protection
  • High Abrasion EVA offers supple cushioning at an incredibly low weight
  • Zero drop (heel-forefoot offset) means that there's no difference between the measured height of your heel and the measured height of your forefoot
  • This low drop creates a natural foot position inside the shoe, encourages proper biomechanical flex, and allows you to more easily utilize a mid or forefoot striking style
  • XT-900 rubber is flexible, highly abrasion-resistant, and it features triangular lugs that offer supreme grip and traction on the road
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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

Pre-run report- I sized up half a size. Comparing to other Sauconys I've worn: I was a 6 in the original Mirage and the ProGrid Omni 9, a 6.5 in the Grid Type A5, and a 6.5 was a good fit in this style as well. Sizing up to a 6.5 leaves me with that recommended 1 thumb's worth of space between my big toe and the end of the shoe.