TERREX AGRAVIC MENS TRAIL RUNNING SHOE
TERREX AGRAVIC MENS TRAIL RUNNING SHOE
Trail running shoes for technical trails and endurance runs.
Take on alpine terrain and push your endurance in these men's trail running shoes. Featuring responsive boost™ cushioning for endless energy return, along with a lightweight upper, these shoes keep you flying fast over technical trails. Inspired by the "Trail King" Continental mountain bike tyre, the Continental™ Rubber outsole hugs the trail with a smooth transition even in wet conditions.
- Material: TEXTILE/SYNTHETICS
- Benefit: Boost, Continental
- Weight: 11.6 oz (330 gm)
- boost™ is our most responsive cushioning ever: The more energy you give, the more you get
- Textile and mesh upper with abrasion-resistant welding for added protection and durability
- EVA tongue for optimal comfort
- Breathable sandwich mesh lining
- Continental™ Rubber for extraordinary grip even in wet conditions
TERREX AGRAVIC MENS TRAIL RUNNING SHOE is rated out of 5 by 41.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Glenn Duncan from Everything I expected and more. Great shoe for Disc Golf or Mountain Biking! This shoe is true to size, comfortable for long rounds, aggressive traction on all surfaces (the same nobby pattern as my Continental Mountain King bike tires!) The toes have a rubberized area that help protect against that toe drag on the Tee Pad. On those nasty rock gardens that become a ‘huck and hike’ with your bike on your shoulder, the grip from the tread is incredibly solid. Happy to find a shoe that fits both sports!
Date published: 2017-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lefty discgrappler from Feather Grip Great shoe for Disc Golf. Light yet the traction of a hikers boot. Very happy with comfort and function. Thanks Adidas for getting into Disc Golf. And for listening to what we need!
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trevor white from Great and light weight! I am a professional disc golfer. And these are great for those long rounds! Great grip on concrete tee pads as well as grass. Great purchase.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by Josh from Could be really good I had high hopes for this shoe, I run ultra distance and was hoping they could serve as my new go to shoe. This shoe is the lowest drop shoe that Adidas Outdoor offers at 6mm. As a result this is one of the only Adidas Outdoor trail shoe I can run in. The lower drop is a must have for me, even lower than 6mm would be even better. The Boost foam is awesome, it is a rougher ride to begin with but it does not break down like EVA foam over long long days. The outsole with the continental mountain bike tire like tread is awesome. It runs well on all surfaces and is not slippery on wet rock or loose terrain. The upper material is good, providing decent ventilation but the tong material can irritate the top of the foot. The toe has good protection Heel fits pretty well and is not over built. That is it for my likes. Everything else about this shoe needs work. Overall the shoe is too narrow. When I finally got the right size to fit my normal width foot the shoe was way too long. When I got the right size shoe to fit in length even loosely laced the shoe was super narrow and crushed my foot. Causing foot cramps and arch pain. The location of the lace attachments and lace overlays rub terribly on my small toe and big toe. I got terrible blisters in only 10 miles. In addition,I got hot spots all over the bottom of my feet. The lacing system does not stay put. its all tight or not tight enough. This could be fixed by purchasing "sausage" style laces, but I think a shoe should have the right laces to begin with. If the above issues are addressed in the next version, this shoe will be pretty awesome but until then I will be running in a brand of shoe that does not hurt my feel.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by ktrainer from Really wanted to love this shoe I bought the Terrex Agravic and the Agravic Speed. I really wanted to love this shoe as I was eager to try the Boost material on a trail shoe. Unfortunately this shoe is an over engineered brick that doesn't flex and fits more like a climbing shoe. Size: I ordered a size 8 which fits me in every other brand normally (Salomon, Nike, NB) In both the regular and speed version I had to scale down to a 7.5 because the shoe is narrow and long. The problem is when you scale down in size the arch area destroys your foot. The narrow sizing transfers to the overall platform of the shoe which adidas most likely wants it to be nimble. But instead makes it super unstable on the trail. Outsole: Don't get me wrong I LOVE conti-rubber. I have conti's on my road bike, on my car, and I now can have them on shoes. The thing is about conti's is a little rubber goes a long way. Adidas literally took a brick of this rubber and put it on the outsole. Maybe trying to resemble the Speedcross from Salomon. The problem is that it doesn't flex at ALL. There is no flex groves like in the speed (which still doesn't really work) and it kills any performance benefit you expect to get from the boost material. Which is the whole reason I wanted to get this shoe in the first place. Also, because the shoe is narrow and stiff you literally have lateral movement in the shoe that promotes non-stability in the ankle. You don't absorb terrain, you just bounce off it making this shoe the least stable shoe I have ever worn. Which makes no sense because they obviously tried to design this shoe to be bomb proof on the trail. The rub out of all of this is that the shoe doesn't feel bad in the house when you get them, but when you go out on the trail you actually feel how difficult it is to run in it. I want to put on a shoe and forget about it. I could not stop thinking about this shoe when I was running. 25 miles on both models leaves me with $235 hole in my pocket as you can't return after any usage (Nike lets you return shoes if you don't like them even if you try them on the road/trail). My feeling with trail shoes is you need to test them on the trail. Considering I can't find these shoes anywhere at my local running shops I'm stuck ordering online and just have to go on flier if I want to try adidas. Shipping is 7 days out to me in Boston, in a world of 2 day shipping from runners warehouse there is no reason adidas has to take a full week to get you some shoes. Summary: I really, really wanted to use this shoe as my go to shoe this ultra season but its not meant to be. I hope adidas gets more field input on their next version and try to not over-engineer what should be a more simplistic shoe with their excellent boost material.
Date published: 2018-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jeff M from Great shoes These shoes are great! Great traction, wider forefoot and added boost. The tongue is really comfy and the lacing system keeps the foot your foot locked in place keeping your feet blister free.
Date published: 2016-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Raina R from Tough as nails I bought these shoes for my teenage son because he needs shoes that are indestructible. ( I have worn them for trail running and enjoy the comfort and the traction.) After buying him a different pair of running shoes recently, he wore holes in them with everyday “teen boy activity” in less than a month. Hopefully the rubberized toes will make these last until he grows out of them. His input is that “they are comfortable, but the tongue was stiff at first. I had to wear them a few hours to fix that.” Also, he loves the colors and grippy soles.
Date published: 2018-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Johnny_5 from So far so good Haven't put too many miles on these yet, but they're nice and versatile for a trail shoe. Did a 6-mile hike over mixed shale, hard pack, and dust, and they were great, also did a 5-mile run in Copenhagen – some pavement, wet cobblestone, and damp trails, also great. I did switch out the stock laces for Salomon Quicklaces, which was a nice & easy upgrade. Would def purchase again.
Date published: 2017-09-15
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