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The Hydroterra Shandal from Adidas was engineered for water sports and light hiking. It offers barefoot comfort with an open mesh upper fused to a soft, lightweight foam frame. A versatile elastic heel means they can be worn as a shoe or a slip-on. A TRAXION outsole offers excellent grip on dry land and wet surfaces.
There is something unsettling about putting dry socks and shoes back on your wet feet after fording a stream. The amphibious Adidas Hydroterra Shandal Shoes move from land to water and back again, so you don't have to waste time taking your shoes on and off every time your trail hits the stream.
Free Shipping. Adidas Men's Hydroterra Shandal FEATURES of the Adidas Men's Hydroterra Shandal Upper: Airmesh upper for maximum ventilation Upper: Speed lacing construction for fast and snug lacing Upper: Heel-fit-system for increased fit and comfort Inlay: Moulded EVA sockliner Outsole: Super high traction rubber for optimal grip in wet conditions SPECIFICATIONS of the Adidas Men's Hydroterra Shandal Weight: 10 oz / 290 gram Textile/Synthetic
For maximum barefoot comfort in summer heat or after kayaking, this mesh shandal welds allover EVA on the shoe's interior. Protective rubber toe-cap, speed lacing, and an easy step-down heel. Upper: airmesh for maximum ventilation. Upper: speed lacing construction for fast and snug lacing. Upper: heel-fit-system for increased fit & comfort. Inlay: molded EVA sock liner. Outsole: super high traction rubber for optimal grip in wet conditions.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
Light, comfy, cool, and not dorky looking, the Adidas Hydroterra Shandal is fantastic for those warm days where you know you will not resist any opportunity to get wet. Fast drying air mesh upper for maximum ventilation Speed lacing construction for fast and snug lacing Iconic Adidas three stripes subtly made of TPU to provide lateral support Super-high-traction rubber outsole for optimal grip even in wet conditions Step-down heel design for those times when you are just too tired to bend over to put them on