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You don't know how to go slow.
If slow doesn't exist in your vocabulary, it's probably time you laced up the Adidas Men's Terrex Fast X GTX Hiking Shoe. A Gore-Tex Extended Comfort membrane blocks wet and muddy trail conditions yet breathes to prevent sweat drench when the mid-day sun makes an appearance. The Formotion midsole technology takes the sting out of toe-crushing downhill sections, and the Traxion Rubber outsole sticks to whatever you put it onto.
- Gore-Tex Extended Comfort Lining provides guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection
- Synthetic upper is lightweight, abrasion resistant, and highly breathable
- Molded OrthoLite sock liner's open-cell foam boosts comfort and enhances climate control
- Traditional lace closure
- AdiPrene+ midsole material in the forefoot absorbs shock and has high elasticity for a dynamic toe-off
- Formotion midsole utilizes sliding plates to reduce horizontal impact forces, providing a smoother and more natural strike
- Midsole design places your foot closer to the ground for greater stability and feedback
- Forefoot plate protects your foot from sharp rocks and rugged terrain
- Lightweight construction allows each shoes to weigh under a pound
- Advanced Traxion outsole with Continental Rubber compound provides a super secure grip on wet or dry surfaces
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Fast X GTX
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I've had these for about 6 weeks now and wear them every day at work. I work for FDX and live in Michigan, so far this is one of the best pair of shoes I have owned. I have had no issues with the rain and it has been a wet summer so far.
Way too narrow
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
Adidas is my favorite shoe brand. Most of my shoes are Adidas and I wear them almost every day.
I am excited about Adidas trying to break into the "outdoor" market. The styling they have taken on their hiking footwear is refreshingly different. Quite simply, it's cool.
All of this then made me especially disappointed with these shoes. I really wanted to like them. I tried them on again and again. I loosened the drawcord-laces significantly. But it was clear that these shoes would hurt my feet on a hike. The shoes are very narrow. I wear regular width on every shoe, including all of the Adidas sneakers and trail runners I have.
Also I would say the tongue of the shoe is oddly oversized although if the shoe fits I don't think it would be any issue in practice.
Lastly the shoes do seem a bit pricey for what they are. On sale they are more competitively priced.
Given the very tight fit width wise, the oversized tongue, and the high price I would not recommend these shoes. However, if you have narrow feet and get them on sale, they just might be great. Outside Magazine raved about them.
Sleek, sturdy and cool
First I like how these look, just a really sharp black shoe that looks good with jeans or out hiking. Love them for keeping me dry and confident in footing while navigating snow in the city and through the muck out hiking. Light comfortable and easy to throw on and tighten up. Gore-tex has been working great but getting a little swampy for all day use on hotter days, but that's my only complaint
Hi! What is the main difference between...
Hi! What is the main difference between this and the Terrex Fast R GTX?
Why would you order one vs the other?