Finding a good pair of hiking boots is easy, but finding eco-friendly options is where things get a little tricky. Luckily, adidas TERREX is no stranger to wheeling out sustainable gear, and its Free Nature 2.0 Made with Nature is a prime example.
The stomper’s high-top silhouette provides just the right amount of ankle support. At the same time, a patented BOOST midsole paves the way for optimized energy return so you can bank on all-day comfort on your next outdoor getaway. Additionally, the 2.0s sit atop a trusty Continental compound for maximum traction when tackling unpredictable terrain. Moreover, we’re used to seeing adidas implement the tire company’s signature rubber for enhanced grip, but that doesn’t make it any less noteworthy here.
On top of its other two outer compounds, the boot boasts an EVA stabilization frame to guarantee you won’t be losing your balance on any rugged, slippery paths. Best of all, the unique silhouette is made of at least 50% natural and renewable materials (barring its smooth leather upper), assuring that adidas’ adherence toward keeping things sustainable in the fashion world is far from a gimmick, as the brand is doing everything in its power to help end plastic waste.
Take on the trails the green way with adidas’ TERREX Free Nature 2.0 Made with Nature, available on the performance giant’s webshop for $200.