Adidas Outdoor Kanadia 7 Trail GTX Running Shoe - Women's

Adidas Outdoor Kanadia 7 Trail GTX Running Shoe - Women's
Adidas Outdoor Kanadia 7 Trail GTX Running Shoe - Women's
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Kanadia 7 Trail GTX Running Shoe - Women's by Adidas Outdoor
When you want to stay light and fast on the trail, lace up the Adidas Women's Kanadia 7 Trail GTX Running Shoe. With a lightweight design and aggressive tread pattern, the Kanadia is well suited to handle the technical trails you love to run on a daily basis, and the addition of a Gore-Tex waterproof and breathable insert ensures your feet stay dry when wet weather rolls in. The upper is still highly breathable, though, to keep your shoe from turning into a swamp in warm temps. The Supercloud footbed and EVA midsole provide cushioning and a responsive feel to keep you feeling fresh throughout your run. The Kanadia also sports a Traxion rubber sole for solid and reliable performance on everything from slick mud to packed-out dirt.

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SKU: ADA0060
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