Adidas Outdoor Terrex AX2 CP Hiking Shoe - Men's

Adidas Outdoor Terrex AX2 CP Hiking Shoe - Men's
Adidas Outdoor Terrex AX2 CP Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Terrex AX2 CP Hiking Shoe - Men's by Adidas Outdoor
The hike ahead of you is going to involve ups, downs, rocky scrambles, muddy stretches, and possibly some rain, so make sure you're prepared with the Adidas Men's AX2 CP Hiking Shoe. This lightweight hiker offers the traction and cushioning you need to conquer variable terrain, and it's equipped with a Climaproof membrane for waterproof, breathable protection.The Climaproof membrane protects against rain, mud, and splashes while still allowing sweat vapors to escape, so your foot stays dry from the inside and out. A molded sockliner and EVA midsole provide a supportive, responsive feel to propel you along your journey, and an Adiprene heel unit cushions against rocky sections of trail. The AX2 CP is finished off with a Traxion outsole for reliable grip on wet or dry surfaces.

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SKU: ADA005G
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