Adidas Outdoors Terrex Free Hiker Blue Men’s Hiking Boot
The rubber, suede, knit mixed media material makes these hiking shoes modern and sporty enough to wear around town. Even though it’s a major fashion trend, the knit built-in-sock serves the purpose of sealing away dirt and gravel.
- Male terrex free hiker
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When I criticize these shoes, the same issues may not be a problem for you, we all have different feet. I had a hard time getting my feet into the shoes, which is no good for tent camping or even regular life. Walking down hill, with shoelaces pulled as tight as they would go, my toes hit the end of the shoe. I thought they’d have more ankle support, but they are a thick sock, so no, that is not the case. The soles are more like running shoes and won’t last as long as the Terrex, and they don’t cushion as well either, my legs and knees hurt after a 5 mile walk in them. Back to the drawing board Adidas!
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