Who should buy the Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX

The Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX has a set of beneficial features but might require the replacement of the laces. It is a solid option if you:

  • Prefer a hiking shoe that is engineered to supply outdoor lovers with comfort and performance for their adventures. 
  • Prefer a hiking shoe that offers water protection.
  • Prefer a hiking shoe that delivers grip on virtually all types of terrain.  

Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX logo

Render grip on most types of surfaces

This trail-specific shoe from Adidas uses a Traxion rubber outsole to render grip on most types of surfaces. The lugs are designed in a way that reduces pressure points. The outsole’s rear section has a pattern designed for added control in downhill conditions.

Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX outsole

Provide protection from accidental bumps

Its front end extends towards the toe box to provide protection from accidental bumps. A flex groove is found in the forefoot area for walking comfort. 

Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX outsole 2.0

Comfortable cushioning and shock absorbency

The Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX (men’s and women’s) employs a midsole made of lightweight EVA foam. It is designed to give cushioning and shock absorbency. The midsole is paired with a molded sock liner which grants extra comfort underfoot.

Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX midsole

Breathable and water-resistant

Adidas’ Terrex Eastrail GTX encloses the wearer’s foot using an upper made of mesh fabric and synthetic overlays. Brand designers equipped it with a breathable Gore-Tex Extended Comfort liner to prevent water intrusion. A toe cap is found on the upper’s front end to shield the foot from stubbing. It is combined with a strip of mudguard for extra protection.

Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX upper

Comfy in-shoe feel 

The Terrex Eastrail’s lace system employs a series of fabric and round eyelets for fit management. Its tongue and collar are padded to create a comfy in-shoe feel for the user.

Adidas Terrex Eastrail GTX insole

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 12.7oz / Women 10.8oz
Base model: Adidas Terrex Eastrail
Use: Day Hiking
Cut: Low cut
Collection: Adidas Terrex
Features: Lightweight / Lace-to-toe / Orthotic friendly / Removable insole
Waterproofing: Waterproof

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