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The adidas Terrex Free Hiker is a rugged off-road sneaker designed for comfort and support on long-distance outdoor excursions, and now it’s surfaced in a new ladies-only earth-toned palette, complete with colorful retro detailing. Taking some features from lightweight performance running shoes and beefing them up for the trail, the shoe boasts a reinforced Primeknit upper for an adaptive fit. The flexible material is then bolstered by a heel clip and a flecked Torsion bar above the thick Boost midsole, all designed to ensure exemplary stability accompanies the foam’s world-class cushioning. A rugged Continental rubber outsole provides grip that’ll remain stout in even the most inclement conditions. From a color standpoint, a mix of greys and browns provide a simple base, but a generous dose of flair is provided by bright orange laces, a purple heel pull tab, and a soft blue tone on the heel counter. These versatile women’s shoes will release just in time for a spring hike: they drop on April 1st for an even $200 USD at the retailers listed below.