Adidas Outdoor Terrex Boost Agravic Shoe - Women's

Adidas Outdoor Terrex Boost Agravic Shoe - Women's
Adidas Outdoor Terrex Boost Agravic Shoe - Women's
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Terrex Boost Agravic Shoe - Women's by Adidas Outdoor
Race across rugged mountain trails in the lightweight and responsive Adidas Women's Terrex Agravic Shoe. It harnesses the endless energy return of boost foam to help you handle high-intensity trail runs with speed and comfort. Ultra-responsive boost foam channels the energy from your last step into the next stride while also cushioning against rock and root, and it won't break down like other foams so it maintains its high level of performance run after run. The mesh upper keeps things light and offers a breathable feel, and abrasion-resistant weldings ensure durability. Inspired by mountain bike tires, the Continental rubber outsole provides reliable traction on dirt, mud, gravel, and whatever else you might encounter along the way.

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SKU: ADA004N
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