The Agravic Flow from Adidas Terrex are breathable trail shoes with a GTX waterproof membrane
Colour: Black / grey / red
Brand Colour:Core Black - core black/grey four/solar red
Product ID: 297227 EH3569 4060517166534
The TERREX Agravic Flow GTX is a versatile all-surface and all-condition shoe for pavement, gravel or more technical trails. The shoe features both a GORE-TEX waterproof membrane and BOOST cushioning for optimum performance.
The Agravic Flow's upper is constructed from moulded TPU and mesh. The combination of materials allows the shoe to be lightweight and breathable without compromising on wear resistance. A TPU toe cap protects both the toe-box material and your foot. The upper is lined with a Gore-Tex performance membrane that provides complete water resistance whilst remaining breathable.
An outsole is constructed from the highly reputable Continental Rubber that provides exemplary grip in wet conditions. Angular V-shaped lugs are inspired by Mountain King mountain bike tyres, providing traction on saturated soil and are capable of shedding trapped mud.
The midsole is constructed with BOOST technology where TPU beads are baked causing them to expand and reduce in density. The expanded pellets are then steam moulded to bond them together forming a midsole shape. Boost is more durable than EVA and isn't affected by heat or cold, being capable of resisting temperatures down to -20c. The unit is flexible and soft whilst being highly elastic. It is considered to be greater in terms of cushioning than standard EVA.
For the trail sprinter who requires the very best of traction. For the fell runner who doesn't want to be hindered on mountain descents. For the nomad who values water protection. The TERREX Agravic Flow GTX is the shoe for when running on or off-trail.
Upper Material: Moulded TPU and mesh upper with welded zones
Sole Type: Continental™
Waterproofing: GORETEX™ performance membrane
Fastening: Traditional lace
Weight Per Pair: 310g (UK 8.5)
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