Terrex Swift R2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot - Women's by Adidas Outdoor
Expect a swift performance in any conditions while fast-packing or on a day hike in the Adidas Women's Terrex Swift R Mid GTX Hiking Boot. A Gore-Tex membrane ensures waterproof protection in a highly breathable package for speedy hiking. The mesh upper enhances ventilation in the summer's warm weather or when your blood really starts pumping. If you're carrying a heavy pack, the wicking molded sockliner and EVA midsole will keep your foot cushioned and stable while you tackle the trail. Additional support and stability comes when the laces are locked down utilizing the stability that the upper can provide. A hinged heel design keeps your foot locked and secure in the boot while a TPU cap protects your toes and prevents bruising. Even if the trail is wet, sandy, or rocky, the approach specific Continental rubber sole grips. The heel design and cut helps with breaking on steep downhills so your knees won't have to work as hard. 5 milimeter lugs really dig in when the trail conditions are questionable or if you're moving fast.
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