Adidas Outdoor Terrex Agravic Boost XT Shoe - Men's

Adidas Outdoor Terrex Agravic Boost XT Shoe - Men's
Adidas Outdoor Terrex Agravic Boost XT Shoe - Men's
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Terrex Agravic Boost XT Shoe - Men's by Adidas Outdoor
When you're deep into a trail run and you turn the corner only to see another winding maze of switchbacks, you're going to need a bit of a boost, and you've got it with the Adidas Terrex Agravic Boost XT Shoe. With a poppy and responsive Boost midsole, a traditional lace closure, and gripping Continental rubber on the outsole, this shoe is probably the most well rounded in Adidas' Terrex line, giving you all of the cushioning and traction that the dedicated trail-runner will need in fair weather conditions. The upper is designed to have a sock-like feel for a contoured and comfortable fit. Abrasion-resistant weldings keep your foot safe from low hanging branches and rocks, while an EVA and mesh collar gives you comfort that won't overheat.

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