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When your day calls for tricky terrain, rocky obstacles, and dusty hardpack, look no further than the Adidas Men's Terrex Agravic Speed Trail Running Shoe to help you stay light on your feet. The sock-like construction lends unimpeded mobility and the breathable mesh offers ample ventilation when you start to kick things up into high octane. The perforated EVA instep allows air to circulate within the shoe and regulate your foot's temperature and help prevent blisters and uncomfortable feet. Meanwhile, the EVA midsole attenuates shock and provides ample comfort underfoot, and the Continental Rubber outsole rips and grips varied terrain, even when Mother Nature unleashes an unexpected bout of precipitation.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Ready to conquer the mountain, these men's trail running shoes keep you fast and stable over alpine terrain. Developed with athlete insights, these shoes are extremely lightweight and provide extraordinary grip for competitive racing. The mesh and ripstop upper has a breathable, sock-like construction for an optimal fit and comfort, while an EVA midsole cushions against impacts. The rubber outsole is inspired by the Continental(TM) mountain bike tire "Race King," and has cutouts making the shoes even more lightweight and flexible. Features: - Mesh and ripstop upper for a great combination of toughness and breathability - Sock-like construction for an optimal fit - Perforated EVA collar and tongue with a mesh cover for breathability and comfort - Lightweight EVA midsole for long-term cushioning - Rubber outsole with cutouts to reduce weight - Continental(TM) Rubber for extraordinary grip even in wet conditions - 11.1 oz (315 gm) - Spring/Summer 2019

- LeftLane Sports refers to the men's version

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