Hiking · Shoes

Reimagine hiking shoes and boots with our range of modern and good-looking styles brimming with advanced technologies to keep your feet comfortable and dry on challenging outings and everyday missions alike. Our hiking shoes range for men, women and children features tough but cosy designs that have the looks for everyday wear as well as getting out in nature. Our hiking boots' style takes outdoorsy to another level with attractive, dependable comfort for walkers of all levels. The range is extensive with different categories that let you browse according to your plans – tough hiking boots for mountain treks, comfy designs for long hikes, versatile styles for speed and lightweight features for enjoyable day-trips. The adidas collection elevates outdoor looks with cool detailing and a great choice of colours accompanying features like TRAXION grip and GORE-TEX technology.

Hike in comfort with BOOST technology

With the Free Hiker 2.0, the comfort of BOOST meets the outdoor expertise of TERREX. The latest model features 15% more BOOST in the midsole compared to its predecessor to provide more cushioning in every step. Feel comfortable and supported, no matter the distance or terrain.
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Hiking Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Hiking shoes should provide a firm, supportive fit while not being too tight where friction points are created with the foot that can lead to blisters, swelling and discomfort. You should generally have a finger's width of space at the toe and heel of the shoe to allow for mobility and foot swelling.
The best way to break in hiking shoes is to actively wear them 2-4 weeks before your trip in different types of terrain with varying levels of difficulty and conditions. The time required to break the shoe in will differ by type of material (leather vs. synthetic) and how it is constructed.
Hiking shoes provide superior ankle support, durability and protection from the elements and can be more insulated than hiking shoes. However, they are also heavier, take longer to dry and are harder to pack. Hiking shoes are typically lower cut, lighter, more agile, require less time to break-in and are easier to pack but less supportive, durable and protective