adidas Women's Terrex Agravic Trail Running Shoe

$87.89

  • Synthetic-and-mesh
  • Lug Sole sole
  • Upper: Abrasion resistant weldings for protection.
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Extended Comfort Footwear
  • Midsole: Boost offers endless energy in the mountains and high adaptability on rocky surfaces.
  • Outsole: Continental Rubber for extraordinary grip.

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Product details
  • Item model number : BB0969
  • Department : Womens
  • Date First Available : July 21, 2016
  • Manufacturer : Adidas
  • ASIN : B01HNIP4QG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #667,212 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #264236 in Women's Shops
    • #241 in Women's Hiking Shoes
    • #246 in Women's Trail Running Shoes

I really love the look of these shoes, but unfortunately the performance doesn't work for me. The soles of these shoes are much more flexible than most trail runners, and I don't think they'll provide adequate cushion on really rocky trails. Probably fine for nice packed dirt or crushed gravel, but not more rugged trails. I also don't care for the tongue on this shoe- it is not cushioned and digs into my ankle/leg when going "downhill." (I tested these out on my staircase, so outdoor results may vary.

I have a slightly wide toe box, and found that these rubbed on my pinky toes too much for comfort. I'm going with Sauconys instead, which are much less cute but more suited to tough trails.

I purchased the Adidas Terrex Agravic because I wanted shoes that I can use for summer hiking, that I can do some trail running on rough terrain, be waterproof and still look good with casual outfits.

Fit: I'm usually a size 7.5 and the Adidas Terrex Agravic fit as expected, almost too perfectly; I can wear them comfortable with thin or medium thick socks, they would be too tight for thick winter socks. I have medium wide feet and these shoes were a little too narrow at first, but they loosen with wear.

Comfort: These shoes needed some breaking in, being a little uncomfortable at the first wear. I personally find these shoes quite stiff. The tongue it's quite long and hard and hits my leg when walking; in time it softness, but it's still not the most comfortable.

Support: I have a high arch and these shoes don't have enough arch support for me; I need to wear my own insoles.

Performance: The Terrex Agravic indeed give a 'boost' when walking, making me almost walk faster than usual. The shoe performs well on gravel and rocky surfaces.

Lacing: My biggest pet-peeve with athletic shoes are laces that get untied when I'm moving around a lot. The laces stay put during walking or hiking. The laces are quite long, especially if you don't use the last hole.

Look: I love the look and neutral colors of the pair I purchased, they look great with casual outfits.

Quality: The material of the shoes looks and feels not very good quality, quite plastic like and rough. Still, being so rough, the material is definitely more resistant to wear in harsh environments.

These are ok, not great, but they'll do. I wear these hiking in the woods and often go through muddy and very mucky conditions and the shoelaces come untied. That can be rectified by adding a lace lock. The first time I wore them I got really bad blisters on both feet at the joint where my big toe meets the top of my foot. The fabric is so stiff, when the material bends, it sticks right into that spot. Note that they aren't waterPROOF, they're water resistant at best. The material is much stronger than regular running shoes so they won't be shredded by repeated runs through water. That's the advantage to these shoes. I have wide feet and the width is fine, it's just that spot that rubs on both feet that causes pain. As the shoe loosens up that might go away..

Note this is not the Gore Tex version of the show. The GTX version has a different tongue. This tongue feels like children's craft foam (no cushioning) and it has large holes punched in it, which would let water through. I don't love the tongue, but it's not bad considering it isn't waterproof anyway.

They are very nice shoes otherwise. The soles are very grippy, the shoes are lightweight, and the boost foam feels wonderful

These were on sale so thought give it a try I wear a size 9.5 so like most my running shoes I sized up to a 10 and have a normal width foot but unfortunately toe box was waaay to wide and it felt like clown shoes so I had to return which is unfortunate because I liked the cushion and arch in it!

These breath so well they INHALE all the dirt they touch. I couldn't believe how dusty and dirty my feet and socks were after the first time I wore them. No chance to wear in the wet conditions yet but I'm unsure how they can be anywhere near water resistance. Also took a while to settle on a size. I'm usually an 8 and went with a 7.5. Other than that, I LOVE these shoes. I love the color (black,grey, ash green) and style. They are very comfortable and durable. Actually 3.5 stars but I like them more than their one flaw, so 4/5.

These are great. I bought them for a trip to Europe where I knew I would be doing some winter/spring hiking/walking so I wanted waterproof shoes that were lightweight and not bulky. These fit the bill.

Very comfortable hiking waterproof shoe. It’s a little bigger than a regular Adidas shoe, but enough to be roomy and comfortable while hiking.