A closer look at the Terrex Free Hiker Cold.RDY

What you see here about the shoe in question is convincing enough. That said, there is value in going beyond the nitty-gritty. Here is a closer look at the main components of the Terrex Free Hiker Cold.RDY.

Insulated confines. The Gore-Tex Duratherm tech and Cold.RDY layering provide sufficient waterproofing and insulation minus the bulk. The upper’s sock-like construction grants a snug fit and better defense against debris and snow.

Heavy-duty cushioning. With its Boost midsole, landings are safer and push offs are springier, resulting in more efficient strides. It comes with supportive frames on both sides, making lateral (sideways) maneuvers more secure.

Outsole from Continental. Engineered for winter use, the Terrex Free Hiker Cold.RDY’s outsole provides multi-directional traction on frozen terrain. Its grippy lugs, combined with the toothy construction of its front and rear ends, will help you ascend and descend snowy slopes in safety.

Facts / Specs

Use: Day Hiking
Cut: Mid cut
Features: Insulated / Orthotic friendly / Removable insole
Waterproofing: Waterproof
Width: Normal
BRAND Brand: Adidas

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