Terrex Agravic GTX, , large

Terrex Agravic GTX



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Light, fast and stable, this women's trail running shoe has Boost™ endless energy return to push your limits and conquer mountain trails. Keeps feet dry with a breathable GORE-TEX® membrane. A breathable EVA tongue for comfort and Continental® Rubber bike tire outsole tread for extraordinary grip.

Activity: Trail Running
  • Material: TEXTILE
  • Benefit: Boost, Continental, GORE-TEX®, Wicking
  • Weight: 10.9 Ounces


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.


  • It is all in the mixture. Our proprietary partnership with Continental Rubber, the leader in automobile and bike tires, offers up to 30% more traction in dry conditions and 32% more traction in wet conditions versus the competition. Learn More
  • TORSION® is a lightweight arch support that allows the fore foot and rear foot to move independently for better surface adaptation and stability. Years of Adidas development and refinement have resulted in versions of the torsion system which are specific to forward motion sports or lateral movement sports.
  • BOOST is a groundbreaking innovation in cushioning. It provides more energy return than any other foam cushioning material in the running industry, combining soft comfort with responsive energy for the ultimate running experience. In the heat, in the cold and after countless kilometers, it performs more consistently and doesn't lose its cushioning properties like standard EVA. Learn More
  • adidas footwear with Protection Plate is a flexible TPU plate under the forefoot to aid in the prevention of bruising when running on rocky trails.
Terrex Agravic GTX is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from One Month Later Update: After running in this shoe less then a month, the upper material has no stretch, no give and rubs against my side foot/toe. This shoe is so uncomfortable I had to stop running for a week because it was so painful. The upper part will not break-in due to the kind of material used. I did like how this shoe kept my feet warm and dry during wet, cold weather, and the nice rubber grip on trails. Sad to say I will not be running in this shoe any longer. :( (Run 3 miles/day)
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome for Approaches These shoes are great. I ordered the green pair and they have only proven to reflect their description. I ended up getting these based on Climbing Magazine's Best Approach Shoe Review and it was a good decision. http://www.climbing.com/gear/review-our-top-5-approach-shoes-for-2016/ The bottoms are sticky enough that I won't slip on the slick Wisconsin quartzite and they are not too stiff and clunky, so I am able to move quickly and stealthily to take on just about any talus field. Excited to take on the spring season with these!
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Grippy traction, roomy across the laces. At first these shoes felt really firm, but about 5 minutes into my run they softened up and felt great. The lugs are very large, and I was worried they might not grip on smooth surfaces, but the sole is amazingly grippy! I took them through a few muddy stretches of trail and my feet came out dry, though the water did not go over the top of the lacing. This version seems a little roomier across the laces than the Terrex Agravic (non GTX). I'd prefer if they were more snug to the arch here, and this is the only reason I'm not giving the full 5 stars. Every foot is different though, and these still work well for me! They are sharp looking and have good toe protection, which is nice for technical trails. I think I'm going to love these shoes even more as we head into winter!
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sweet Feet! I really like the snazzy style of these shoes. The light weight design is great on the trails or taking long walks. The only part of the shoe that was a little uncomfortable were the upper sides of the shoes where the laces begin. The material is thicker so when I flex my foot the material rubs against my skin. I just make sure the shoe is not tight, and discomfort is less. Not sure if this will get better as the shoe breaks in or be a continual issue. Time will tell. The customer service is amazing! Thank you:)
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps feet warm and dry! Great running shoe for the wet weather. I'm very happy that gtx will keep my feet warm and dry. The bike tire rubber has super good grip, its works great on trails and gravel roads. Very excited to be running in this shoe!
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Versatile Shoes I purchased these about a month ago and am very glad I did! The support has made a huge difference in how long I can stay out in these shoes. The GTX lining has allowed me to get out right after the rain and managed to keep my socks dry. I use these for disc golf and the tread at the bottom lets me get out on any kind of course. They feel like they ran just a tad big, but I'd much rather have the tiny bit of extra space than have ordered a half size down.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst hiking shoe ever! So dissapointed in this shoe. As soon as I got the delivery that I was anxiously anticipating, I pulled the tags off, and wore them to work. I'm a teacher, with summers off and wanted to break them in before taking a hiking trip to Havasupai Falls. The back is too high, the top material is super thin, overall terrible design. Because I wore them for a day, per policy I am ineligible to return them...
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Like: Gore Tex, grips, looks; Dislike: fit, design Buy this shoe if you want new corns and calluses all over your toes; the outer structure is pretty rigid. Have been wearing this shoe exclusively since I bought it in April 2017--I live in Manhattan and run four miles on a treadmill 5x/week + walk 60min/day--and I still haven't yet broken them in. Also, these things are _way_ overpriced for the quality. The shoe tongue is made of some weird foam material that is also rigid, so that when you're running the repetitive rubbing of the tongue against your ankle causes erosion of the tissue and in some cases scarring. I eventually used a scissors to cut the piece of tongue that was cutting into me...while thinking "wow, can't believe I have to hack up and modify a $165 pair of shoes." All that being said, the Gore Tex is great for rainy weather, I've never slipped or tripped in them, and I am still running in them. They look good on...plus I am too lazy to return them.
Date published: 2017-05-29
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