For the spring-summer season 2020, Adidas, among other new products, plans to expand its collection of Terrex Free Hiker hiking shoes, which went on sale only this season. In addition to expanding the color range of the base version, the company will add two more models to the line, namely Terrex Free Hiker Parley and Terrex Free Hiker Blue, which are created on the same platform, but partially differ in the materials used..
The Terrex Free Hiker Blue version is distinguished by both its color scheme and the presence of an additional support layer of natural suede, which is located on top of the mesh material. The Terrex Free Hiker Parley uses recycled plastics from the ocean as part of the Parley program to create the upper and part of the sole. Otherwise, the new items, the average weight of a pair reaches 800 grams, completely repeat the basic membraneless version, which was created for everyday wear and light hiking.
As before, the boots are built using PRIMEKNIT and BOOST technologies. The first is a stretchy woven material that fits snugly around the foot without restricting its mobility, and is complemented by protective layers of TPU and leather. The second technology is responsible for creating an intermediate shock-absorbing layer that provides compensation for vertical loads. In addition, the sole is also formed by dense foamed polyurethane, a TPU instep in the central part and a wear-resistant Continental outsole. Heel to toe drop 10mm.
Regardless of the choice of model and its appearance, the recommended retail price of the Terrex Free Hiker Parley and Terrex Free Hiker Blue hiking boots, similar to the base model, will be exactly $ 200. Free sales of new products should begin in February 2020, both in male and female versions.