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The Adidas Outdoor Terrex Swift Solo Approach Shoe features a durable, grippy toe for sure-footed scrambling and a shock-absorbing AdiPrene insert for impact protection. A breathable mesh upper helps prevent swamp-foot, and the asymmetrical heel loops allow easy attachment to your backpack or harness.

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5 5

Great shoes for everything

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Checked these out to compare to the 5.10 guide tennie. Thea have a harder front toe area that's nice for protection. The tongue is what makes these rule as they are just super comfy even when snugly laced.

Apparently they are now using stealth rubber, and I look forward to trying a pair of those out soon.

Plenty of grip with the traxion sole.

5 5

Favorite Sneaker

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Right out of the box these were comfortable! Rock them everyday. Have not approached any mountains with them yet, but they will work just fine.

5 5

Awesome Shoes

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these shoes unseen from back country and sized them off another pair of adidas casual shoes I already owned.
The sizing was true to adidas form and they fitted well straight from the box.
I initially wore them casually around home and on short walks and then after a week or so, took them on several extended (20km+) hikes. I was carrying a backpack with approx. 15kg worth of equipment. The conditions I was hiking in was the mountains in Austria. Which at the time was a mix of loose rock, rock, mud, grassy fields and creek crossings.
The shoes performed above and beyond my expectations. On and rocky surface, they grip like race car tyres. This is both in the wet, damp and soaked conditions. I also rated them when crossing streams which were about knee height in water.
The one downside, which was to be expected, was their grip when walking in mud and on steep grassy slopes. However based on the tread pattern you can't expect too much.
Overall the shoes were really light nimble and allowed to me to get wherever I wanted with max confidence.
I am going to buy a louder (brighter coloured) pair to wear casually and train in for free-running.

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Are the soles stiff enough to keep the big...

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Are the soles stiff enough to keep the big toe joint from bending too much?

3 5

Better in jpeg

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

They are kind of stiff, for no reason, and not so breathable as described in promotion text. I am happy, but they are more for fashion then for hiking.

4 5

Tight and bright

Out of the box, the orange and black color resembled a factory-fresh KTM or Home Depot Homer bucket and colleagues called me twinkle-toes. But, my feet were comfortable and said colleagues are a bit harsh. Now that they've devolved a nice, dirty patina they're the envy of others and said feet are still happy.

Why no weight listed for this shoe? How...

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Why no weight listed for this shoe? How heavy are they? Compare to Scarpa Zens, for instance, at 13 oz.