Adidas Jake 2.0 Boots

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

As the outdoor market continues to grow, we’re seeing a lot of the big brands get more involved, and Adidas is no exception. The 3-stripe brand has partnered with professional snowboard Jake Blauvelt for the Adidas Jake 2.0 Boots.

These high top hikers were developed to seamlessly transition from the trails to paved roads, with the adventurer in mind. Each pair of boots is sporting a tough water resistant upper alongside the quick lacing system with D-rings, and a rugged lug outsole down low to help grip those slippery surfaces during the winter season. And to help keep your feet warm and insulated, the boots have also been equipped with an added foam liner. You can scoop these boots up in several different colorways now for $125. [Purchase]

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