Over the last few years, we’ve seen leaps and bounds made in regards to performance shoe technologies. But it has taken a surprisingly long time to see those same technologies incorporated into outdoor-friendly footwear, despite the grandiose potential. Thankfully, with their Terrex Free Hiker, adidas seems to have finally taken the hint.
adidas TERREX is set to launch a brand new silhouette designed specifically for city-based hiking enthusiasts to get out of the big smoke and into the wild. The TERREX Free Hiker combines some of adidas’ most innovative footwear technology with next-level comfort to offer city-living outdoor enthusiasts unprecedented freedom to head from the city to the hills in a new, street-ready silhouette that has all the design specs to tackle the toughest outdoor obstacles.
The Free Hiker features a slick, monochrome design with a murdered-out Primeknit upper that provides sock-like comfort and a white BOOST midsole that provides cushioning primed for the toughest elements and landscapes. The shoe, which weighs a mere 385 grams, is also equipped with a Torsion system which flexes with the foot while in use, and is finished off with a Continental rubber outsole to offer stern grip primed for multi-terrain use.
The adidas Consortium Terrex Free Hiker will drop exclusively at Shelflife CPT, JHB, and the Online Store on the 2nd of March via first come first serve at 10am.
Sizes: UK6, UK7, UK8, UK9, UK10