Terrex Agravic GTX, Vista Gray/black/shock Blue, large

Terrex Agravic GTX



Light, fast and stable, this trail running shoe has Boost™ endless energy return to push your limits and conquer mountain trails. With waterproof GORE-TEX® to keep feet dry and Continental™ Rubber bike tire tread outsole for extraordinary grip.

Activity: Trail Running
  • Material: Textile
  • Benefit: Boost, Continental, GORE-TEX®, Wicking
  • Weight: 12.5 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 with a lug pattern inspired by the Der Kaiser tire. 5.5mm lug height. 60a outsole rubber hardness.


  • 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
  • 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
Terrex Agravic GTX is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow. I am pretty blown away, It has been many years since I found a shoe that has surprised me as much as this shoe. I bought it at one of my local outdoor stores but felt compelled to write a review here. It is flexible, low to the ground, and sinfully responsive with the Boost. The traction and grip on wet and dry surfaces in ridiculous. I want to throw away my other trail shoes right now. Continental can't be beat. Boost is Boost, the best cushioning, responsiveness, and durability of any midsole. It is wide enough for my foot, which I have struggled with in many trail shoes. I am buying the non waterproof version when the weather gets warmer.
Date published: 2016-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Whether castles or trails this show has it all I wanted a comfortable, light, and water resistant trail show for Joyce's and my trip to Bavaria and Austria in November. The Alps can be a bit wet this time of year. The Agravic gtx filled that niche. Whether hiking up steep cobblestones to a hilltop castle on a snowy morning in Salzburg, Austria, walking through the Messner Mountain Museum Firmian outside of Bozan in the Tyrol, or touring the old city of Rothenburg, Germany, this shoe provided the support, traction, and comfort I wanted. No heel burn; no break-in. Great shoe! I even got a few trail runs in when I wasn't drinking chai tea and chowing down on Austrian bread, and the shoe looked good at the conference I attended in Innsbruck.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Soles I have used these shoes for trail running 7+ miles on rocky terrain and was very impressed with the ability of these soles to grip just about any terrain. Also have used them on scree and talus fields while traversing 14ers, and then descending through willows and water. The Gore-Tex lining worked like a champion, but the cushioning on the shoes is to minimal for long days in the mountains, mt feet were very sore afterwards. Overall a solid shoe which could use more padding, the lace system still could use some work as mine come untied more than I would expect.
Date published: 2016-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Better than many Have about a dozen runs in these on varied terrain. I give them 3 stars on rugged trails and more on flat or paved trails. I went up a half size from Street shoe size to save the toes but I regret that now. The toe box is pretty swimmy and I have a pretty wide foot. If I crank them down the webbing on the toebox for the shoe string digs in and rubs. The traction is better than most trail runners but not as good as approach shoes. I can't imagine why they would purchase the stealth rubber brand and then partner with a road tire company for treads. My stealth rubber approach shoes are much stickier. All in all, a good pair of runners, depending on what you'll be doing in them.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic lightweight sticky trail runner! This is a great shoe. I've gone on several long trail runs with it so far and have nothing but praise for it. It is lightweight and comfortable. The rubber is really sticky (making it a solid approach / rock scrambling shoe). The aggressive tread gives it great purchase in mud. The toe area is protected enough to avoid injuries when I accidentally kick rocks and roots. Although I have narrow, low volume feet and often find it hard to get a good fit for shoes, these fit me great.
Date published: 2016-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Functionality Very pleased with this purchase as it replaced a previous all terrain shoe from Adidas that I had owned for several years. The shoe is excellent and the height of functionality in inclement or wet conditions. I will say that the shoe is very stiff when you first put it on, but after a couple of days it breaks in nicely. Day 1, however, will have some discomfort.
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incedible shoe I use these shoes bass fishing, they are incredibly comfortable and supportive and that is crucial standing on a deck/trolling motor. The traction is also very good, again important in wet slippery conditions.
Date published: 2016-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features I bought this shoes a month ago and I'm very happy. It's profect for hiking, backpacking, running.
Date published: 2016-08-22
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