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AX 2

rated 4 of 5 stars Very versatile on or off pavement. They are extremely light compared to other trail shoe brands. Fitment is comfortable and the footbeds are sufficient and provide necessary padding while running on uneven terrain. I've used these shoes for hard surface, all-day walking, and backcountry hikes on dry and wet terrain and they have performed well enough to warrant buying another set again. Full review

adizero Boston 6

rated 5 of 5 stars Light, comfortable, and FAST! Great speed shoe, and not just for race day either. After running my last pair of running shoes to death (an old pair of Adidas Supernovas that were butt ugly but possibly the most comfortable stability shoe I ever ran in) and accumulating some minor discomfort while running that never used to happen, I decided that it was time for some new running shoes. After trying on at least eight or nine other pairs of shoes at MEC a couple weeks ago, I finally settled on the… Full review

Terrex Swift R Mid GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Excellent all-around hiking and trail running shoes. Very rugged, yet comfortable. I bought these shoes to make the transition between hiking boots and trail runners as I lowered my pack weight. Adidas is not that popular in the hiking scene, but being a product designer, I saw many attractive features, so I decided to pull the trigger when I found a good deal on them. The outsole lugs and rubber compound provide excellent grip on all surfaces, except wet, smooth rock. The traction does diminish… Full review

Terrex Swift R GTX

rated 2 of 5 stars Love the shoes, but I hate the squeak coming from the right one. These are comfortable after removing the stock insert and replacing them with a Powerstep insert. Excellent grip for trail running and wet surfaces. Definitely waterproof. They don't breathe; I have sweaty feet. I like the lacing system. These are my fourth pair of Adidas trail running shoes. But after a few months, the right shoe started squeaking, even with the insert removed. I think the squeaking is coming from inside, between… Full review

Response Boost

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Really comfortable, but slippery. Don't risk your life with this shoe. Be careful when jumping or running using this shoes on cliffs or steep ground, you might risk your life by using a slippery trail running shoes like this one. My foot size is 43,5 (Europe). I usually wear 44,5 hiking shoes. But with this one, I use 45-1/3 for this shoe, and yet the toe box is still too narrow for me. I don't even know why I bought this shoe in the first place. I think because I tried it using no socks and it… Full review

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