Adidas x Xhibition Terrex Tracefinder

Nov 20, 2017

Category: Gear

In much the same way that adidas has become a somewhat unlikely giant in the athletic footwear industry, the German brand has recently begun to set themselves apart in the world of hiking boots as well. Introducing the adidas Consortium x Xhibition Terrex Tracefinder Boot.

Made in collaboration with Cleveland, Ohio-based retailer, Xhibition, these boots boast a unique, winter ready construction. Instead of the usual synthetic material, the boots feature an upper built from a super warm boiled wool fabric paired with leather accents. For extra stability the winterized hikers feature a mid foot strap and traditional hiking lacing. And of course, because this is adidas we’re talking about, the boots have a partially exposed Boost midsole and Continental outsole for a super lightweight feel paired with serious traction.

Purchase: $280

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