Adidas TERREX Reveals the Agravic Flow 2 Footwear and Apparel Collection | Shop-Eat-Surf – Shop-Eat-Surf.com

Adidas TERREX Reveals the Agravic Flow 2 Footwear and Apparel Collection | Shop-Eat-Surf  Shop-Eat-Surf.com

The collection features an athlete-proven trail running model. Courtesy of adidas

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adidas TERREX introduces the Agravic Flow 2 footwear and apparel collection, featuring an athlete-proven trail running model engineered to give every runner the confidence they need to reach the summit.

Employing critical design inputs from adidas TERREX athlete Abby Hall who, over the last five years raced around the world, winning second place at both the 2022 Transgrancanaria Ultramarathon and 2021 CCC-UTMB, the adidas TERREX Agravic Flow 2 (MSRP $130) provides long-lasting speed and effortless control propelling runners of all skill levels to go the distance.

“When I train, I focus on effort and duration over pace and distance,” Abby Hall, adidas TERREX athlete says. “I love the Agravic Flow 2 for its versatility. It has the light and comfortable fit of a road shoe, but with a sturdy build so I can feel confident running technical trails and ever-changing terrain.”

“The Agravic Flow 2 represents our best solution for versatile trail running, capable of tackling anything from gravel trails in city parks to more demanding terrain in the mountains,” says Niklas Benzer, adidas TERREX’s Senior Product Manager. “No two trails are the same, and so we were inspired by the unpredictable and varied paths that all runners take when out on the trails. Using insights from Abby Hall, we’ve designed a shoe that provides all-day comfort and top-level performance on extended trail runs on every terrain.”

The Agravic Flow 2 arrives with an EVA foam Lightstrike midsole that encourages an easy flow over any distance, while adidas pro-moderator technology helps keep feet stable and protected in the harshest terrain. Putting runners in full control is a grippy Continental™ Rubber outsole with aggressive lugs and a mudguard to defy the elements. Shielding feet on the roughest trails are abrasion-resistant weldings and a water-shedding band to lock out moisture. Rounding out the design is an engineered, breathable mesh for increased air flow and sustainable upper made in part with Parley Ocean Plastic—in step with adidas’ commitment to help end plastic waste.

Releasing alongside the Agravic Flow 2 trail running silhouette are apparel offerings including a super lightweight Agravic Pro Windweave Jacket (MSRP $160) that is wind and rain proof, packable and features 360° reflectivity for improved visibility. The Agravic Pro Top (MSRP $60) arrives in 100% recycled polyester mesh with HEAT.RDY technology to regulate temperature. The Agravic Short (MSRP $60) features high-performance recycled material made in part with Parley Ocean Plastic and sweat-wicking AEROREADY technology that can also be seen in the adidas TERREX Cap (MSRP $25) designed with fabric made from Primegreen, a mix of recycled materials.

The Agravic Flow 2 footwear and apparel collection will be available for purchase starting May 16 via https://www.adidas.com/us/outdoor-trail_running with retail pricing ranging from $25-$160 US.

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Too much of life now happens indoors, affecting health, happiness, and creativity. As the creator brand in the outdoors, we believe being outdoors is the solution. Run, bike, hike, or climb – combining more than 50 years of integrated technology, our adidas TERREX and Five Ten products take you from nature to urban without compromising performance and style. At adidas Outdoor, we bring people to the outdoors, and the outdoors to the city. Because through sport, we have the power to change lives.

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