Adidas Outdoor Terrex Brushwood Leather Hiking Shoe - Men's

Adidas Outdoor Terrex Brushwood Leather Hiking Shoe - Men's
Adidas Outdoor Terrex Brushwood Leather Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Terrex Brushwood Leather Hiking Shoe - Men's by Adidas Outdoor
If you're looking for an everyday hiking shoe that can handle both speedy ascents and longer treks, then the Adidas Terrex Brushwood Leather Hiking Shoe might be exactly what you need. Its got a durable construction that's ready for the most rugged trails, and a low profile that'll help you move quickly when you need to. The leather and synthetic upper gives you lots of support on technical terrain, while the Traxion outsole with Continental rubber ensures reliable grip in any conditions. You've also got quality underfoot comfort and support for longer days on the trail, thanks to the lightweight EVA midsole and added heel cushioning. Wherever the trail takes you, you'll be able to take it on in this shoe.

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SKU: ADA009Z
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