Terrex Solo

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The Terrex Solo returns lighter, faster and more flexible than ever. Built for the approach but ready to handle fast hiking and climbing with climbing zone and Stealth® rubber in the forefoot and TRAXION™ outsole to enhance ground contact and grip.

  • Material: TEXTILE
  • Weight: 12.2 Ounces


Outsole: One piece molded forefoot-toe cap and climbing zone- featuring STEALTH® rubber for unbeatable grip. Upper: Abrasion resistant weldings for protection. Midsole: Full forefoot adiPRENE+ for forefoot cushioning . Upper: Open mesh upper for breathability and comfort. Sockliner: Molded Ortholite® sockliner. .


  • A very elastic and durable foam that covers the most part of the forefoot area. Due to a high elasticity it uses this natural energy for a more dynamic toe off.
  • Ortholite insoles provide the highest quality and comfortable shoe insoles to support the unique structure of the human foot. Through advanced proprietary technology, Ortholite's polyurethane and recycled rubber-based formula holds the distinction of being the only open cell foam insole combining long-lasting cushioning, breathability and durability.
  • STEALTH rubber creates extremely high friction due to its fine balance of viscosity and elasticity, meaning it flows into microporous cavities on all surfaces. This enhances your grip as the rubber is penetrating more of the surface thus creating a better bond. Learn More
Terrex Solo is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing shoes! I've only worn these a handful of times but so far they are fantastic. I'm a climber/hiker and bought these shoes for approaches. Before owning these I had the 5.10 Guide Tennies. The Guide Tennies were still and uncomfortable but super sticky. These Terrez Solos are even stickier and climb even better. I was trad climbing 5.8's in these things and they climbed super well. Flexible, lightweight, great edging, and super sticky. Not to mention stylish! Love these things!
Date published: 2016-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoes for scrambling! These shoes are actually really comfy and breathe rather well. They run a bit narrow though.. I would probably not recommend to people with wide feet. While this shoe is great for scrambling and 4th class approaches due to its really good rubber, I don't think it is a shoe to climb easy climbs in. The sole is not stiff enough for actual rock climbing.. Though it hasn't stopped me from climbing up to 5.9 with them, a stiffer sole would definitely make it a much better approach shoe. I recommend them to anyone who is looking for a lightweight scrambling shoe for long approaches to the crag (with narrow feet).
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Shoe; From Mountain to City Bought this shoe a month ago and I hiked in Holcomb, CA and San Jacinto, CA. This shoe was perfect, very breathable, very sticky rubber, and comfy. This shoe was everything I needed in a good hiking/approach shoe. After about 20+ miles hiking and climbing in these shoes, my feet DID NOT HURT. I had no problem wearing these shoes on all day. These shoes are also great to wear around the city. They don't scream "hiking shoes," and they're pretty light weight, which I love. Because, I can repurpose them for hiking outdoor, or walking around in the city.
Date published: 2016-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchased these to start out the summer season in Zion National Park. I wore them for one afternoon before heading down for 3 days and there was a gentle break in and away I went. I thought the Stealth rubber was grippy and made maneuvering the sandstone much nicer than I was used to. Hiked 25 miles in 3 days and had no feet issues and my feet remained happy the entire trip.
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoes. One problem. I bought these for a recent trip to Wyoming to do some alpine climbing in the Wind River Range. The hike in was long-ish (9 miles) so I brought a heavier duty pair of hikers for that and packed these in for the actual climbing day. The approach on climbing day was short and the climbing easy (5.6-5.7) and these shoes were amazing on rock and easily handled the grade as if they were normal climbing shoes! After a 12 hour day, two peaks, and plenty of scrambling and boulder hopping, the stitching on the inside where my toes bend was already coming undone. I had the previous model of Solos and loved them, but had the same issue on both the inside and outside of my feet on both shoes. I decided that was due to use (I had them for a year), but after it happening in 12 hours on the new model I'm thinking the placement of the stitching is poor. Still love the shoes and will continue to wear them to the crag, but won't be taking them on anymore alpine missions even though they are the perfect shoe for moderate, lengthy climbs.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great So Far It's been one week since I bought these after owning a pair of the Terrex Swift Solos. I absolutely loved the Swift Solos (which I used as climbing approach and everyday shoes), but thought I'd try these out since they were supposedly more breathable. So far, they are more breathable, and fit very similar to the Swifts so I am satisfied. I had initial hesitation switching to these from the Swifts primarily because of the tongue. I have a love affair with the foam Adidas put on the tongue of the Swift Solos (among some other shoes), so my only complaint and reason for 4 stars is that these don't have the same tongue and will take a good amount of breaking-in to get comfortable. The foam tongue on their other shoes comes perfectly contoured and has a bit of a lip to keep your pants back which I love. Also, one of the shoes came with a lace that was all messed up and stretched out, but I'm sure that was a fluke.
Date published: 2016-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grippy and Super Comfy! I've used the shoes on both rock and loose dirt approaches and have been very impressed by the traction and comfort. I even climbed a few mellow crack routes and felt like I was in my climbing shoes.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just bought these shoes. Seem to be put together well. Gotta love the stealth on the toe. Some things to note: like other reviewers have mentioned, they do run very, very narrow. I have a fairly average width foot and they have a good amount of squeeze in them. With the right lace adjustment I can get them nice and comfortable. Additionally, they do run large. I usually wear a size 11 in Adidas, but for the terrex solo i had to go with a 10.5
Date published: 2016-04-25
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