Adidas Outdoor Terrex Fast R GTX Shoe - Women's

Adidas Outdoor Terrex Fast R GTX Shoe - Women's
Adidas Outdoor Terrex Fast R GTX Shoe - Women's
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Terrex Fast R GTX Shoe - Women's by Adidas Outdoor
You don't have to sacrifice comfort, support, or protection to move fast in the mountains. The Adidas Women's Terrex Fast R GTX Shoe offers supportive, breathable performance that's rugged enough to tackle towering peaks, yet light enough for daily hikes with the dogs. Gore-Tex seals out water when you're splashing through creeks and puddles while remaining breathable so the interior doesn't turn into a sweaty mess. The abrasion-resistant upper is lightweight yet tough, the quick-lace closure makes for easy on and off, and the neoprene collar provides a comfy and secure fit. You can count on long-lasting cushioning, support, and breathability from the molded Ortholite insole. adiPRENE+ foam in the forefoot of the midsole deliver high energy return for a dynamic stride, while Formotion in the heel enhances motion control and downhill comfort. Offering 30% more traction on dry surfaces and 32% more traction in wet conditions versus the competition, the Continental rubber outsole ensures sure-footed grip on any terrain.

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SKU: ADA004G
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