adidas Day One Terrex Agravic Shoes

Nov 13, 2017

Category: Gear

Bridging the gap between the outdoors and urban life is not an easy thing to do. Labels like Topo Designs, The North Face, and Danner Boots have all done a great job at this task so far – and now adidas is looking to join that select group with their Day One Terrex Agravic Shoes.

Engineered to fit in on the pavement and dominate while out on the trails, this upcoming silhouette from the German athletic wear brand is a true wintertime hybrid. The upper of the boot is made from a tough CORDURA upper that lays on top of a three layer waterproof lining giving it an attractive textured look that doesn’t compromise on utility. In addition to that striking black nylon upper with stamped stripes, the boots boast a metal hardware lacing system, waterproof laces, and a ‘Day One’ stamp along the heel. For support and stability on the trail or in the city, the shoe features a Boost midsole and rugged Continental rubber outsole. A solid pick for wintertimes spent in the urban jungle, or out on the trails.

Purchase: $180

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