Adidas Terrex Solo Hiking Shoe - Men's



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  • Upper: open mesh Upper for breathability and comfort.
  • Upper: abrasion resistant weldings for protection
  • Sockliner: Molded Ortholite Sockliner
  • Midsole: full forefoot adiPRENE+ for forefoot cushioning
  • Outsole: one piece molded forefoot toe cap and climbing zone featuring STEALTH rubber for unbeatable grip
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The Terrex Solo returns lighter, faster and more flexible than ever. Built for the approach but ready to handle fast hiking and climbing with climbing zone and Stealth rubber in the forefoot and TRAXION outsole to enhance ground contact and grip.



Best approach shoe I've owned. Excellent traction with stealth rubber. Went half way yp Tenaya peak without any fear of slipping on the low angle slab. Comfy right out of the box. A little bit if anything size wise, but pretty close to true to size.


I've only worn these once so far, but I am pleased with the performance. The sole is a bit higher profile than I expected, but pretty standard for a good approach shoe


As other reviews have said they are a bit narrow as do most other Adidas shoes I have worn. The recent purchase of 5.10 by Adidas has done wonders for the rubber on their shoes, in dry conditions absolutely nothing can rival the combination of stickiness and durability of Stealth rubber. Length is also almost identical to every other Adidas I have worn, I usually wear an 8 so that's what I ordered and the length is perfect. They are also a bit stiff which some reviewers have commented/ complained about to me this is absolutely a benefit if you are using the shoe for what it was designed for, when scrambling or hiking in technical terrain a stiff sole allows you to get good purchase even if you only have a small ledge or crack to get your foot on. For me the width is the only drawback, my 5.10 warpath approach shoes are more comfortable on my fat feet but less capable technically, if they offered these in a wide they would be the best for my feet, I make them work but I'd say they are close to an A width my foot is a D on a good day. Only other things I would mention is they are on the heavy side (but this makes them feel solid) and are not water proof nor especially breathable. I feel Adidas would have been better off to offer a few models of this shoe (one gore-tex and heavier and one more breathable and lighter) but their Terrex line is already bloated with models so I can understand why they didn't. Overall if you have a narrowish foot and don't plan to use it in the desert in summer, probably one of the best approach shoes you will find.

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