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Terrex Fast X GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Wow, great shoe! Expensive, but worth every penny! My foot stayed perfectly dry, crossing through streams, mud and snow. And warm too! I have worn these on several long 10+ mile day hikes and no blisters, didn't really have a need to "break them in" like most shoes. They fit perfectly, not too thin like most people have said. Normally I have wide feet but these are great! No blisters, great tread, lightweight! Full review

Sport Performance Flex 360 Boxer Brief

rated 5 of 5 stars Let's talk about my underwear. Awkward, right? OK, let's talk about chaffing. Yea, not any better is it? On the other hand, there really isn't a lot of information available on this touchy and very important subject. So guys, here's my effort to weigh in on the subject with an outstanding option to help solve the issue. Summary:  The Adidas flex360 Sport Performance Boxer Brief is comfortable and highly functional as it flexes to your body shape while (1) providing proper male athletic support,… Full review

Terrex Fast X GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Great shoe for all around needs, trails, running and street. Support, waterproof and comfort. Looks cool also. Had first pair, now getting second. It meets just about all my needs. Full review

Terrex Fast X GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is a solid under-ankle trail shoe (less weight that a traditional hiking boot). The rubber outsole is made by a tire company LOL! Don't be fooled this is no sneaker. Edit 3/17/14: Dropped ½ star due to long break-in period and failure of the lace tab. However this is otherwise a rock-solid, under-ankle hiking shoe and I'm very pleased with them. WHY THESE: Due to a broken leg I ended up with some screws in me that were supposed to stay put. However one screw has worked its way lose and protrudes… Full review

Adizero Hagio

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight shoe great for those who have minimalist purposes in mind. Also can be used for trail running, though only recommended for flat or smoother surfaces (compact dirt). I've had these shoes for 6 months and I'm very satisfied. I use mine to work out in the gym, everyday wear, as well as light trail running.  As mentioned in the description, I'd recommend this for running on more flat or smooth surfaces such as compact dirt.  The sole does not lend itself well to rocky surfaces. On that… Full review

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Outdoor Retailer: Adidas unveils expansive line of outdoor shoes, clothing
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