Adidas Terrex Free Hiker 2

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From the slip-on top to the bottom of its outsole, the adidas Terrex Free Hiker 2 seems to be built with three main tenets: Comfort, support, and energy return. The neck of the shoe stretches (with the help of a pull-tab, just in case), then snaps right back into supportive shape. Innovatively, you still have laces to further fortify your perfect fit. Meanwhile, adidas’ Continental rubber sole basically turns your feet into German-engineered tires, since the material and clever tread reduce slip and provide 30% more traction than standard soles.

The upper has a multi-surfaced, cut-out look with an accommodating boat-like silhouette, for a modern take on the robust hiking shoe. That being said, it’d look great with workwear or athleisure, for you style-conscious folks. It’s an abrasion-resistant mesh, made of performance yarn that has at least 50% sustainable Parley Ocean Plastic and 50% polyester—recycled, of course.

Price: $200

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