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Women's Trail Running & Hiking Shoes

 
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Stay fast over rugged terrain in adidas women’s outdoor trail running shoes. Tough traction and soft cushioning keep you moving over rocks and roots while water-resistant uppers power through puddles.

HOW TO CHOOSE A TRAIL RUNNING SHOE

Ever wonder what to take into consideration when buying a pair of trail running shoes? Join TERREX trail running athletes, Sabrina Stanley and Cordis Hall as they break down the top 3 things to look for when buying a pair of TERREX trail running shoes.

WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRAIL SHOES

Outdoor creators live for the freedom, the escape. When you hear the call, tackle your favorite trail or blaze your own path with women’s trail running shoes and women’s hiking shoes. Continental™ Rubber outsoles will give you solid grip even in wet conditions and waterproof GORE-TEX® linings provide breathable protection.

WOMEN'S HIKING SHOES

Go fast and stay dry with all-terrain, all-condition women's lightweight hiking shoes. Built for fast-paced hiking, women’s day hiking shoes like the Terrex Swift R2 have features like ripstop mesh uppers and speed lacing built to support your feet on uneven ground. The Terrex CMTK’s outsole is designed with the same lug profile as Continental™ Mountain King bike tires.

WOMEN'S TRAIL RUNNING SHOES

The best trail running shoes are built for lightweight performance. Shoes made for everyday running, like the Terrex Tracerocker, are durable and breathable, with EVA midsoles for support and rugged Traxion outsoles. For extended runs, you’ll find shoes that keep you dry and energized on rocky, rooted terrain, like the Terrex Agravic with Boost, our most responsive cushioning ever.

ADIDAS ARCHIVE: TERREX

adidas has been at the forefront of outdoor footwear and apparel for nearly half a century. The adidas Super Trekking—the world’s first lightweight trekking shoe—famously powered climbing legend Reinhold Messner on his first Everest ascent without oxygen support in 1978. Terrex continues the tradition of innovation by striving for new, creative design solutions, made possible by integrating adidas technologies with legendary materials from partners including GORE-TEX® and Continental™ Rubber. Terrex exists to inspire those who shape their own path and aspire to greater heights.

Women's Trail Running & Hiking Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

You can wear your trail running shoes to the gym, but they aren’t ideal for all activities. Women’s trail shoes work fine for running on a treadmill or lifting weights. But you might find their weight and grip cumbersome for aerobic activities that involve pivoting and jumping. Also, once your trail runners get muddy, you might opt to save them for outdoor use.
Trail running shoes are made especially for the unique conditions of rugged off-road trails. In trail running, your foot movements are different than in road running. Pivots and zig-zag motions are common due to switchbacks, rocks, slopes, debris and mud. Women’s trail shoes have a thicker, lugged outsole to maintain traction on gravel and dirt and a protective upper to hold up to weather and debris. To learn more about trail shoes, take a look at our guide.
You may want to consider buying your trail running shoes a half-size bigger than your street shoe size. When you run, your toes are pushed closer to the end of the shoe. Feet also swell after long periods of exercise. But you still want a snug fit for safety and support on the terrain. Aim for a snug fit at the midfoot and heel, with some room in the toe box to spread and wiggle your toes comfortably. This may be a half-size bigger, but everyone is different.