|Weight:||Men: 383g | Women: 315g|
|Width:||Normal | Normal|
|Colorways:||Black, Blue, Grey, Red|
|SKUs:||AH2250, AQ0365, AQ0371, AQ0726, B27909, BB0948, BB0949, CQ1737, DB3007|
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- The Terrex Fast GTX Surround from Adidas is built extra lightweight with a level of flexibility to give adventurers a speedy performance in their hikes. It is amply waterproof thanks to Gore-Tex.
- There are grooves or gaps engineered around the midsole. They work in conjunction with the shoe’s breathable membrane to pump out heat from the inside with every stride.
An adequately true-to-size Adidas speed hiker for men and women is the Terrex Fast GTX Surround. Its low-cut confines accommodate those with regular-width feet. Its sizing selections include half and whole sizes. The shoe’s speed lacing system allows users to make fit adjustments and, therefore, achieve a customized and well-fastened lockdown.
With its hardwearing rubber outsole—a component made in collaboration with Continental—the Terrex Fast GTX Surround gets to provide hikers with enough grip on the trail come rain or shine. The outsole’s ability to dig in deep to the softer or looser side of the terrain is thanks to its multi-directional lugs. It extends slightly to the tip of the toe box, serving as the shoe’s bump guard.
This hiking footgear mitigates shock on ground impact and delivers stability on uneven surfaces with its heavily built midsole. It comes engineered with channels that expel heat, giving the shoe improved breathability. Adidas designers coupled this cushy layer with a removable sockliner from Ortholite for added support and comfort underfoot.
The Terrex Fast GTX Surround’s upper is made of abrasion-resistant fabric. It is crafted with protective weldings to bolster the shoe’s defenses against scrapes and scratches. There are also weldings the form the Adidas three stripes on the lateral and medial sides. It has 360-degree waterproofing with adequate breathability all thanks to Gore-Tex’s Surround technology. At its rear end is a sturdy heel clip made of TPU for extra support. Over at its forefoot, on the other hand, is a toe rand for additional bump protection.
Its front closure uses a speed lace system to make lace-up configurations rather fast and convenient. The remainder of these laces may be tucked under the horizontal band located at the shoe’s instep. Finally, Adidas engineers placed a pull loop at the heel to allow hikers to put on or remove the gear with relative ease.