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The Adidas Terrex Fast R Hiking Shoe blurs the line between hiking shoe and trail-runner with an innovative design that propels you forward, provides exceptional traction, and won't weigh you down. So you don't get slowed down by undone laces, Adidas fitted the Terrex Fast with a quick lace system that tightens up for a secure fit with just a single pull. Like any self-respecting hiking boot, this shoe is fitted with an ultra-durable Continental rubber sole, which allows you to roll over terrain like a 4x4.

  • Synthetic upper with neoprene collar
  • Quick lace closure
  • Adiprene+ midsole
  • Molded Ortholite sockliner
  • Continental rubber sole

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Best hiking shoe out there. Period.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 6'3"
    Weight: 185 lbs
    Size Purchased: 13

This shoe can do it all. I was a little nervous because Adidas was new to the outdoor market, but I figured if they can make running shoes, they can make a decent hiking shoe. And for the first time since being married, I was actually RIGHT! Really good traction, love the quick lace too.

These shoes can be used for a lot of activities as well, one of the best "do-it-all" types of shoe. Tread like a trail runner, but they also have the heel pad for carrying loads while backpacking. One time I forgot my rock climbing shoes, so I used these in a pinch and they worked fairly well because of the stiffer front toebox. And if you get the right color, you could pull these off with jeans while kibitzing around town.

One quick word of advice if you're questioning if you should get the GTX (Gore-Tex) version: If you plan on trail running through wet grass, go GTX. But if it's 90% dry all the time with the occasional shoe dunk in a stream, skip the GTX. I've owned both, and the non-GTX will dry out much faster (since water can drain out, and doesn't have to be in a gaseous form to squeeze through the Gore-Tex).