Women's Trail Running Shoes


adidas Women’s Trail Running Shoes 

Set out on your run and set your sights on the summit. When you lace up women’s trail running shoes from adidas, the mountains become your track. Uncompromising performance technology and reinforced construction invite you to unleash your speed over wilder and wilder paths. Signature midsoles like energy-returning Boost, featherweight Lightstrike and snappy Bounce absorb impacts for lasing comfort while delivering seamless momentum. Trail runners featuring foot-hugging Primeknit uppers create an adaptive, sock-like feel to add precision to every stride. When showers try to dampen your spirit, sneakers with waterproof RAIN.RDY coatings repel moisture without sacrificing breathability. High-traction outsoles made using trusted materials like Traxion® and Continental™ Rubber secure your footing as you dash around switchbacks, accelerate over rocks and stomp through the dirt. An array of chic silhouettes, dynamic colorways and 3-Stripes details gives you a look that will impress in the wild or the city. Explore adidas for ladies’ trail running sneakers built for new levels of speed and elevation. 

Women's Trail Running Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Trail running shoes generally last for 300 to 500 miles, but many factors may affect this number. The terrain you run on, the temperatures when you run and your gait all age your women’s trail running shoes differently. A thicker midsole generally lasts longer. The shoes wear down faster if you use them for non-running activities like errands and everyday walking. The outsole lasts longer than the other parts of the shoe, so if the tread is worn out, it’s time for a new pair. Logging your weekly miles can help you keep track.
In trail running shoes, you should look for a rugged rubber outsole with lugs or studs for grip on gravel, mud and slippery spots. An abrasion-resistant upper will stand up to scuffs. A stiff structure prevents foot rotation on uneven surfaces. For additional ankle support, look for a mid- or high-top women’s trail running shoe.
You can wear road running shoes for gentle trail running, but be cautious. Road shoes lack the stability, traction and protection you need on uneven surfaces. The gravel, debris, mud and flora found on rougher trails will also wear down your road shoes, which were not designed for a trail environment. Women’s trail running shoes are built to handle trail terrain. Read more about the difference between trail and road running shoes on our blog.
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.