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adidas launches its first Boost-soled hiking boot

The company hits the trail with its ultra popular cushioning platform
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adidas Terrex Free Hiker

Believe it or not, adidas has never made a hiking boot with a Boost midsole. Today, the compan debuts the Terrex Free Hiker, a lightweight hiker built to take on the trail. Weighing just 385g, the boot serves up just about everything you could ever need in an ideal hiking boot. The upper is made from water-resistant Primeknit for a sock-like fit, a Continental outsole for optimal traction, and of course, the comfort and cushioning of Boost foam. 

The adidas Terrex Free Hiker will be available worldwide on February 22nd.

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