TERREX FREE HIKER W WOMEN'S HIKING BOOT

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TERREX FREE HIKER W WOMEN'S HIKING BOOT

Lightweight shoes built for comfort on long hikes

Hiking never felt better. Every ingredient in these shoes aims for comfort on long-distance hikes. The sock-like build and adidas Primeknit upper hug your foot for an adaptive, snug feel with every step. A sturdy heel cap and midsole stiffener give a natural flex while delivering stable footing. Traction on slick surfaces - Continentalâ„¢ Rubber outsole for extraordinary grip even in wet conditions. Adaptive grip - The Continentalâ„¢ Rubber outsole combines with a responsive midsole for all-terrain traction. Endless energy - Boost is our most responsive cushioning ever, delivering incredible energy return: The more energy you give, the more you get. Durability - Abrasion-resistant reinforcements and molded toe cap protect your feet for a confident stride.
  • Material: TEXTILE/SYNTHETICS
  • Benefit: Boost
  • Weight: 12.0 oz (340 gm)
  • Regular fit
  • Lace closure
  • adidas Primeknit textile upper with stretchy abrasion-resistant TPU foils
  • Continentalâ„¢ Rubber outsole for extraordinary grip even in wet conditions; Adaptive grip
  • Responsive Boost midsole
  • Sock-like construction hugs the foot
  • Molded TPU toe and heel cap
TERREX FREE HIKER W WOMEN'S HIKING BOOT is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoe, wish it was more durable I got to test this shoe out last summer and loved it for long hikes, trail runs and even semi technical scrambling. The comfort and breath-ability of the knit upper was great for hot CO days, and the rubber is super grippy. I have also been using these this season in the Tetons for going up and down the Lupine meadows trail to guide the Grand, where the cushion really helps for the long downhill. The only downside is that after maybe 25 days of use, the sole is failing and peeling off.
Date published: 2019-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stylish and functional I’ve tried out a lot of Adidas boots and was excited to receive the new Free Hikers in the mail. These shoes performed well when I hiked up the muddy trails of Griffith park as well as the desert badlands of Borrego Springs. They are pretty stylish, looking more like a sneaker than a hiking boot. The Continental rubber tread is amazing, no slipping in the muddiest conditions. The stretchy fabric material surrounds the boot making them flexible, lightweight, breathable, and super comfortable—they feel more like a sock rather than a shoe! With that being said they lack the structure and stability of a typical hiking boot. Depending on your needs you might want something with more ankle support, waterproof material, and sturdy toe box. Not sure I would do any strenuous hikes in these but all in all a sturdy shoe.
Date published: 2019-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for that big push I just got my hands on a pair of these, with limited break in time I went to a big haul. 8 hours later I not only didn’t have blisters but through rocky, sometimes icy terrain I stayed dry while post holing and never once slipped or missed my footing
Date published: 2019-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A PCT dream I’m currently hiking the PCT in these shoes and loving them!! They are incredibly durable, the squishy soles keep my feet always happy, and the mesh top acts as a built-in gaiters. Couldn’t ask for better shoes to hike in for 2500 miles !
Date published: 2019-05-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super Comfy, Runs Big First off on the sizing - I'm pretty much always a 10 but had to go down a full size to a 9 in these. The fit on the 9 is great, though! They're super cushy, but not so much so that you can't feel what you're walking on. The gaiter on the ankle makes them a little challenging to get on super quickly, but it feels really nice, and when stomping around in the desert you don't end up with shoes full of pebbles and sand - these are so good for hiking around in sandy places! The grey and black with the red laces is kind of retro and really cool looking, I love that! They almost feel like a hybrid between trail runners and a light hiking boot; just SO comfy for clomping around in nature! They shed a little bit of water, but I wouldn't wear them for a super swampy hike - these are definitely a fantastic fair-weather hiker. They breathe really well, cling to rock like velcro and keep out debris so it's basically the perfect desert day hiker!
Date published: 2019-03-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoes! In all of my other Adodas shoes I wear a size 8 and I read the comments about them running large so o ordered a 7.5 and they were still too big so I ended up ordering a 7 and they’re still not tight by any means. If you are thinking of buying these for sure size down! The first time I wore them I did a two day hike and by the end of the second day the elastic around the ankle started rubbing. For sure wear socks that are taller than the elastic. Other than that they are very comfortable and look great!
Date published: 2019-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rad kicks!! First things first, I tried these one in store and I can confirm that you should size down a full size. I am a true 10. Absolutely, without a doubt a true 10. Every shoe I own is a true 10; Vans, Tevas, etc. I wear a 9 in these and they fit like a true 10 would fit on me. So sizing aside, these shoes are rad!! I was worried that the ankle height would rub on my skin and my ankle, making me uncomfortable and give me blisters... they did not!! They were great! These shoes are super breathable, very comfortable, and sturdy. I am impressed!
Date published: 2019-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight, comfortable and RUNS LARGE I bought these for alpine day hikes, and I haven't used them yet but wore them around the house a few times. These are light weight and the built-in ankle gaiter feels like it will be super helpful for keeping dirt and rocks out of the boots. You'll definitely want to wear a higher sock as a barrier between the gaiter and your leg. For sizing, I typically wear a 7-7.5 in hiking boots. I sized down to a 6.5 based on other reviews and there's still plenty of room for socks and swelling.. so size down 0.5-1 size on these.
Date published: 2019-05-06
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