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Terrex AX3 Mid GTX Hiking Boot
The Adidas Outdoor Terrex AX3 Mid GTX Hiking Boot is designed to take you through a wide variety of terrain on your hikes. It features a breathable upper for cool comfort that is reinforced with a Gore-Tex membrane to keep your feet completely dry on muddy trails or shallow stream crossings. A lightweight EVA midsole keeps your stride cushioned while a molded foodbed offers comfort and stability through the miles. Finally, the Continental Rubber soles ensure you are equipped to confidently strut across both wet and dry surfaces so you're ready for anything the trail throws at you.
- Versatile boot for comfortable hiking in a variety of conditions
- Breathable mesh uppers keep your feet cool during long miles
- Gore-Tex membrane blocks moisture to keep your feet totally dry
- Molded footbed offers stability for comfort on uneven terrain
- Lightweight EVA midsole offers cushioning without weighing you down
- Continental Rubber soles give reliable grip on wet and dry surfaces
- Mid height offers ankle support and protection from trail debris
- Classic lace up design allows fit adjustments throughout the hike
- Item #ADA00DC
- Upper Material
- Continental Rubber
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 6 months
What do you think about this product?
January 8, 2020
- I've used it several times
- Runs small
- Size Bought
- 5` 10"
- 180 lbs
I have this the AX3 already but as the low top and without Gore-tex. After looking forever for a good vegan hiking boot and finding many of them either too narrow or not durable, but I think I have landed on this one as my favorite (well without spending over $300) The fit is the exact same as the other Terrex shoes, I was worried it would be tighter with the gore-tex membrane, but it fit perfect. However I am more of a 9.5 in other Adidas shoes (I have two pairs of their skate shoes and the handball shoe) so I would probably recommend sizing up a half size, especially if you are going to wear thick socks (I have a thick pair of Kirkland wool socks on with them now). Many other reviews I have read say they are broken in out of the box, however I would recommend walking a few miles in them before taking them on a long hike. The upper feels great but something about the soles needs to soften up with break in. I took my low tops to the Angel Bright Train at the Grand Canyon after only breaking them in on a treadmill for a couple of days, and the bottom of my feet ached so bad, but weeks later they felt perfect- hence me ordering another pair. This is a small thing, but I also read a review on Amazon or Adidas or somewhere saying the shoelaces were too short, that seemed like a weird complaint, but I will say they are laughably short, so maybe order a longer pair to go with them, especially if using a heel lock tie.
November 3, 2019
Work Hard to Play Hard
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 10"
- 150 lbs
I have to have all black shoes for my courier job. I live in Colorado so you never know what the weather is going to be like come mid day. These boots have seen it all. Rain, snow, ice, and mud. Great traction, lightweight, waterproof and comfortable. 12 hour days and I haven't had any problems with foot pain or discomfort. If you have wide feet these boots would not be the best ones for you. They fit my feet great but they are narrow. I am sure they would be great for hiking too. Hopefully I can test them out on the trail soon.
July 17, 2020
Would these shoes be good for backpacking with a sub 40 lb. pack?