adidas Outdoor Good Terrex Swift R2 GTX®-Super Good Outdoor Ware-Gentleman/Lady 7a4f8d

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Tackle the tricky terrain and wet weather with ease in the Terrex Swift R2 GTX® trail shoe from adidas® Outdoor.

A lightweight, athletic-inspired shoe designed for moving fast on the mountain.

Breathable ripstop mesh upper with TPU overlays for durability and added support.

GORE-TEX® membrane ensures breathable, waterproof protection from outside elements.

Bungee lace-up system allows for quick and easy adjustments.

Moulded TPU toe cap for added protection.

Heel pull loop for an easier on and off.

Cushioned textile footbed for underfoot support and comfort.

Lightweight EVA midsole for long-term cushioning.

TRAXION® rubber outsole featuring grippy Continental™ delivers exceptional traction.


Product measurements were taken using size 8.5, width B - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.

Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.

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adidas Outdoor Good Terrex Swift R2 GTX®-Super Good Outdoor Ware-Gentleman/Lady 7a4f8d

May 28, 2010
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