adidas Terrex - Eurobike 2016

Aug 31, 2016
by Paul Aston  
Eurobike 2016

Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes


adidas, a globally reaching giant from Germany in the sportswear and performance world, arguably only rivaled and bettered in terms of size by American opposition, Nike, has entered the mountain bike world. This time, it's more than giving Hans Rey some glasses and running shirts. After the acquisition of Five Ten in 2011, it's maybe not a huge surprise to see Stealth rubber technology being shared into new riding shoes in the form of the Trail Cross and a small range of clothing to compliment the footwear.

Terrex Trailcross Protect Details
• Ripstop and synthetic upper
• Stealth Rubber sole
• D30 ankle protection
• Ortholite midsole
• Lace Bungee
• February 2017
• Weight: 460g - UK 8.5 (claimed)
• Price: €150
www.adidas.com

Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes
The Trail Cross appears to be robust and offers plenty of protection all around the shoe.

The lightweight, ripstop and synthetic upper is reinforced and has a rubber toe cap for protection and durability. Construction looks smooth all around with a bungee to safely store away your laces. There are two D30® foam inserts to protect the ankle from either side. The TerrexTrail Cross also uses an adjustable velcro strap around the ankle for fit adjustment and security.

Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes

The Stealth rubber sole is the choice of 99.99% flat pedal pushers and provides unbeatable pedaling and walking grip. The 'dotty' sole as found on Five Ten shoes has been replaced by triangles, adidas say they chose these shapes for performance reasons, but maybe it is to fall in line with their branding? That said, sole performance has not been neglected. Aforementioned 'dotty' soles generally maintain the same pattern across the entirety of the shoe, this triangulated version is divided into three areas: angled lugs at the front for climbing hills, a flat pedal zone for riding, and heel lugs opposed to the toe to dig in when walking downhill.

Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes
Horizontal, angled lugs at the toe of the shoe are designed to help when hiking up the trail...
Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes
...and the opposite on the heel should help, god-forbid, walking down the trail.

Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes


After meeting with adidas at Eurobike, I discovered the Terrex Trail Cross Protect shoes seem to be more than just an offering from a big brand trying to make a quick buck from bike riders. Designer Jan Vierjahn, a passionate mountain biker was formerly part of the football sector team and moved on to the Terrex project:


3 Questions With Jan Vierjahn, Senior Footwear Designer at adidas.


Paul Aston: How long have you worked at adidas? What projects did you work on before moving on to the Trailcross shoes?

adidas Terrex
Jan Vierjahn: I have been working for adidas since 2007, starting in the innovation team working on running concepts, then moving to the football category to design football shoes and I am now part of the outdoor footwear design team as a senior footwear designer. Next to my work on the Terrex Trail Cross shoes, I am also involved with designing approach, trail running and fast hiking shoes.



Aston: What was the main goal of this project and how did your mountain bike background influence this shoe's design?

Vierjahn: The main goal of the Terrex Trail Cross Protect is to provide a hybrid shoe for mountain biking and hiking, giving you the confidence to ride technical alpine trails at a higher level with integrated ankle protection.

Being a mountain biker myself, I know how important it is to have products you can trust in and it is a great help that I can test and compare products myself. The idea of integrating ankle protection into a flat pedal shoe came with learning how painful it is to hit your ankle against your bike or rocks, but at the same time being annoyed of wearing too much additional protective gear. In other words, I just want to get out and ride.

As a designer, I am always trying to simplify things and with this concept you just put on your riding shoes and you get ankle support and protection at the same time.
Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes
Here's the original sample handmade by Jan and the team near Nuremberg, Germany. The cutaway shows the D30 insert.


Aston: Are you happy with the end product, do you think you have built the best flat pedal bike shoe on the market?

Vierjahn: I would not talk myself up about the best flat pedal shoe. That sounds too arrogant for me. But if you test it and like it, you can decide! I am very happy with the end product and I am super excited being able to combine my love for mountain biking and my design expertise in this project.





Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes
This colorway is aimed at the female market, but I would wear these on any ride.

The Trailcross SL shoe was actually launched earlier this year with little fanfare in the MTB world, either missed by the press and public or under-marketed by adidas? These shoes are aimed at the all day trail user over a downhill or enduro rider like the Protect shoe.

Uppers are made from a lightweight rip-stop material, more akin to a trail running shoe than something we may find on a 5:10 skate inspired unit, but there is an added rubberized heel and toe protection.

Terrex Trailcross SL Details
• Ripstop and synthetic upper
• Stealth Rubber sole
• Ortholite midsole
• Lace Bungee
• Weight: 440g - UK 8.5 (claimed)
• Price: €130
www.adidas.com

Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes

Adidas Terrex Trailcross Shoes
The Stealth sole is identical to it's heavier 'Protect' shoe brother.




Terrex Clothing range


The new flat pedal shoes are the real news, especially in a massively under-invested market sector as proven by my recent poll. But, adidas have also created a small Terrex clothing line to complement the shoes. A coconut fiber based riding shirt is nicely understated, except the giant white logo. Stealthy black shorts with three pockets and a four-way stretch are too short for my lanky legs, I can already feel the wind at my knee pad gap. There is also a lightweight, packable jacket to finish the collection.

I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot more mountain bike product appear from Adi Dassler Straße (adidas Global Brand HQ) within the next few years. Cycling is massive, and brands like adidas don't do things by halves.

Terrex Clothing range

Terrex Clothing range
Before you guys say anything, this IS my modeling face...


Terrex Clothing range



123 Comments

  • + 137
 What I like about my 5.10 freeriders is that they look like normal shoes.
So I can just wear them any day I'm going do to a little bit of biking.
Some other brands have come out with flat pedal shoes but I haven't see any that don't scream "what's up I just got back from astronaut training"
  • + 10
 Aww man that comment got me. Totally agree.
  • + 28
 I understand where you're coming from but I buy my biking shoes for biking. Nothing else. For biking I would switch to these for flat days at the park and I'd love to see what they could come up with for a clipless model.
  • - 1
 one word as far as normal mtb shoes go... VANS
yes I understand they don't have any fancy rubber compound to them to stick to the pedals but after trying 5.10's the only difference I noticed was that the 5.10's do grip ever so slightly better however didn't last past one year before the glue became loose on the sole. My Vans usually last about a year and a half not to mention they are half the price ($100 vs $50). I ride a pair of Vans Ferguson Pro's and to this day I haven't found a more versatile shoe.
  • + 7
 @ryanandrewrogers: well...I got old...and now Vans don't cut it for me in the padding and support department. I like em....but can't wear em.

teva links afre me favorite flat pedal shoe for a while now...

interested in these for possible weight savings though
  • + 1
 @pancakeflatted: Teva Links are my overall fave mtb shoe to date, and they look great off the trail too if stopping for some grub or a beer mid ride! Unfortunately these cannot be found anywhere in the UK anymore Frown
  • + 11
 What I dont like about Five Tens is how they look like an old out of date skate shoe, pretty sure I had a pair of DC's in the late 90s that looked just like them. The new Danny Macaskill shoes are cool and stylish looking but the Freeriders are the boot cut jeans of skate shoes.
  • + 3
 Hopefully the soles don't fall off after 5 month of riding.
  • + 2
 @marko369: +1 for the Teva - I have two pairs but they're starting to show their age, and there's nothing on the market that looks as confortable or as good.
  • + 3
 Same here man. Also don`t wanna wear a pair of UFO`S on my feet (and feel like clown when having an after-ride beer..)
  • + 2
 @lifeofloon: agreed, glad they focused on the ankle protection and put some legitimate padding in. I don't think I'll be spend $220cad on a set of shoes any time soon though
  • + 2
 @ryanandrewrogers: I do agree to a point, but I've been riding skate shoes all my riding life with no problems, but coming back to riding after a 10 year absence to a breed of new bikes with low BBs, I've had 2 nasty foot/root interfaces that have left me with a chuffing painful multicolour toe, so I'm looking at something with a bit of toe protection, which I just can't find in normal skate shoes Frown
  • + 4
 Now all the chavs in the UK who ride can get themselves a set of these to compliment their full Adidas tracksuit they so proudly wear.
  • + 4
 @Ziph: I'm not convinced they'll sell these in sports direct
  • + 3
 @aharris: I ride in 5-10s when I'm using flats because it was the only shoe that was available that worked. They are heavy and look clunky. I love the look of these trail-cross shoes. If they grip like 5-10's and have decent sole support, then I've just found my new shoe.
I also like the packable jacket.
Good job, adidas!
  • + 1
 @BraddersRM: it's only a matter of time before Mike Astley buys up all the 2nds mate.
  • + 1
 100%
  • + 2
 I agree with you to a certain degree but can you tell me what is screaming about the Terrex to you that makes you think they are "flashy" ?
I have the all black version and I wear them all the time, on or off the bike, and they exceed in both use scenarios.
I will definitely buy these girly pair of Blue Terrex ones, they are so damn sexy!
  • + 40
 All Day I Dream About Shredding?
  • + 5
 All Day I Dream About Schralping
  • + 7
 All Day I Dream About Scrubbing
  • + 3
 Any Day Is Dope Aboard Sycles
  • + 26
 After Dinner I Did A Sh*t?
  • + 3
 Astronaut Doods In Dumb Ass Shoes?
  • + 28
 I wish they would make some classic three stripe bike shoes. Imagine how sick some biking adidas original shelltoes would look. I also really like the look of their plain soccer jerseys with the three stripe sleeves.
  • + 4
 I thought exactly the same, how rad would it be if they made some of their skate models in mountain bike specific models? And just thinking about a DH jersey made by Adidas gets me stoked.
  • + 2
 @Steezwhip: Martin Soderstrom wears on of their striped jerseys but I'm pretty sure its just a soccer jersey. Yeah I really like the adidas superstars and I think they make a vulc skate version, I wonder how they are for biking?
  • + 3
 @MaxDeutsch: Royal blue Gazelle with Stealth sole?
  • + 7
 A plain black 'Samba' type model - their indoor soccer shoe - with three white stripes and a Stealth sole!?! SOLD
  • + 1
 @twozerosix @alexhyland both of these are such good ideas, I would literally buy so many pairs of these two shoes
  • + 22
 Perfect to ride to the basketball court with.
  • + 14
 I really like the different heel and toe grip pattern. I would consider these if they can be had for the same price as Five-Tens.
  • + 3
 I can tell you the sole pattern works really well hike-a-biking up a and down slick vertical mud in Norway. As for durability and grip I have no complaints.
  • + 16
 whoa

Bye bye five tens Smile
  • + 6
 Fail. 510=adidas Smile
  • + 9
 @makor86: but 510s look like ass when they get armored up
  • + 6
 @ICAS: I thought these looked bad. But then You reminded me of those gross armoured up shoes that look like a 50 year old virgin man living at moms would wear.
  • + 2
 5.10 is owned by adidas
  • + 1
 I've been using these Adidas Terrex for about a year now and I really like them so far. they are super comfortable and very durable, I wear them for camping and hiking as well. Not as stiff a sole as my vans Gravel were, or some older five tens I had, but I prefer the fit and feel of these. I have the army green/yellow colorway.
  • + 11
 Why can't we get a flat pedal show with the tech of a clipless show? Even freeriders feel bulky when compared to something like a girl privateer. Or some buckles and/or a boa system. They are so much cleaner and stay tight much better than shoe laces!
  • + 12
 Those tall ones are sick, designed by Napoleon Dynamite!
  • + 2
 Moonboots!
  • + 1
 @dtm1: Shocks Pegs Lucky.
  • + 5
 "Do you ever take them off any sweet jumps?"
  • + 8
 Finally! On the trail the other day we were just talking about how out of place we would feel if we accidentally rode through a time portal into an early 1990's game of three-on-three basketball in Harlem.
  • + 5
 The first flats I owned were the Teva Pivots, then a pair of Specialized 2FO flats, I can't really complain about either shoe.

But I just got FiveTen Freerider Contacts and I gotta say... I'm actually really disappointed in them.

In my opinion, they lack the fit, support, durability, stiffness, AND the grip that the aforementioned brands have.

It's weird because I'm aware of the industry wide love affair with FiveTens, I was also really excited to be able to get a pair of FiveTens that didn't look like my grandma's orthopedic shoes, but as far as my first experience with them is concerned, I gotta reiterate, I couldn't be less impressed with the Freerider Contacts.

Anyways, does anyone know if low-top version of these Adidas has a stiff support shank in the sole for pedaling? There is no mention of this Mr. Aston!
  • + 2
 Im really disappointed Teva got out of the mountain bike shoe game. Never heard why they did. But my Tevas are comfy and grip well enough.
  • + 4
 I've owned Five Fen Freeriders, Specialized 2FOs, and two different pairs of Tevas. The Five Tens had great grip but that's about it. They felt too loose and floppy (yes I had the right size), whereas the specialized was far too harsh. It felt like I was wearing a ski boot. The Tevas I have are an excellent in between shoe that is perfect for everything. I bought them on a whim because they were $29 at Winners on clearout when Teva decided to get out of the game. I liked them so much I found another pair with a higher rise ankle at a bike swap for $25. I hope they never wear out, and am disappointed Teva cut their mtb line.
  • + 2
 @gbeaks33: teva shoes were rad
  • + 2
 The love for 5.10 comes from one shoe . The Impact isn't aesthetically pleasing but it's the best gripping bike shoe short of being clipped in. It's a pity they aren't made like back in 2007.
  • + 1
 @m47h13u: I've had all of them overr the course of years (OG Impact, Freerider, Freerider VXI and now the Impact VXI) and nothing comes close to the VXI in terms of grip. That said they do feel like a pair of working boots so there certainly is room for improvement.

Durability could also be approved as the soles keep getting loose - why not sew them to the rest of the shoe like they do on the old freerider?
  • + 1
 @bonkywonky: yeah, who cares what the XVIs look like. I have the black with red logo, and they are bulky, but they do the job and I have tried on Speciized, Teva, and other 5.10, but nothing comes close to the Impact. I'll definately try these Addidas as they appear to be the Imoacts equivalent.
  • + 2
 @deadtime: when it comes to looks, the Impact VXi is actually one the better looking shoes in their lineup in my opinion... But where do you live?

I live in Southern California. And trust me, NO ONE who has any pedaling to do is gonna reach for those shoes when it's 95 degrees out. They look like your feet might literally cook in them.

That's why the Teva's and the 2FO's are so good in my opinion. They have a ton of support, AND they breath well.
  • + 1
 @MasterSlater: I'm in the Midwest, and dont see 95 too often. When it's real hot I just ride at sunrise or not at all. Around here it's not the heat but the humidity. My Impacts are 3 years old, they didn't "break-in" for a year and they are still mint, just a few gouges in the sole.
  • + 4
 These look great. Hopefully they are available in Australia. Really like the use of ripstop fabric (which should dry quick and not stay damp like suede) and the d3 padding. Always good when a designer is in the demographic they are designing for.
  • + 5
 Oh geez someone FINALLY comes out with a high top cycling shoe and it doesn't take clips !! So hard to find high top cycling shoes that aren't 1000g super insulated winter boots.
  • + 8
 Adidas...putting the 'Euro' in Eurobike.
  • + 1
 Hmmm..., to me they look like straight out of LeBron's closet.
  • + 6
 Finally, a bike shoe designed for Europeans.
  • + 2
 As a dude with a very wide forefoot and a normal/narrowish heel (call it classic duck foot), as much as I'm excited about another entry in the market with 5-10's rubber, this doesn't help me much. Adidas defaults to narrow lasts, as does 5-10 - and makes very few of their shoes in different widths. I've found trainers that fit my (admittedly somewhat freakish) foot from New Balance (those guys rock - most things come in all kinds of different widths, from super narrow to extra wide), Reebok, Nike, etc. I've never found an Adidas shoe that works for me. The Terrex I tried on a while ago has a narrow toe box. I wear my 5-10s a size larger than I need for length - it still crushes my forefoot (just slighly more tolerably than the proper size does), and the fit is off (arch support in the wrong place, heel slips).

I would love for Adidas/5-10 to introduce at least one model on a wider last. Or for Specialized or one of the others to bring out their shoes (that aren't quite so narrow in the front) with decent grip (geez, I mean how hard can it be? There's not just one brand of sticky tire, why does it seem that nobody other than 5-10 can make a sole that sacrifices long term wear for grip the way we want it to for flat pedal use?).
  • + 2
 FWIW, I have the new Adidas Terrex Trailcross and have put several long rides on them. I also own a pair of Impact VXi's and will tell you that the difference in stickiness is noticeable. In terms of outright performance I throw on the VXi's if I know things are going to get rough. The Terrex are more breathable but that makes them open to wet feet when riding through creeks/puddles. The Terrex also seem to have a stiffer mid-sole which means a little less "feel" underfoot. I like the more narrow stance as well, despite having wide feet as it seems easier to position correctly on the pedals and your foot doesn't slide as much on the inside.

It would be cool to see a goretex version as it could be the best of both worlds. My 2 cents...
  • + 2
 @paulaston -- so, off-topic here a bit, but since you brought it up I'm curious about shorts and lanky legs. I've yet to find a suitable trail short that actually covers (or even reaches) the tops of my knee pads when I'm pedaling. Every review and product description says they will, and have pictures for "proof," but then I buy them and behold a gap to rival anything at Rampage.

One problem is that some brands (Dakine stands out) makes their smaller waist sizes with shorter inseams so since I'm somewhat thin I get shorts that are too short. Even the 8-Track (which isn't especially suitable for trail riding anyway) in my proper waist size leaves a gap when pedaling. I tried up-sizing which solves the length issue but since I prefer somewhat closer-fitting shorts to begin with they just became unacceptably baggy.

So...what are your picks for the longest trail shorts for long-femured fellas?
  • + 2
 @ecologist
Have a look at Norrøna Fjørå Flex1 shorts. They're really long, over-the-knee design.
  • + 1
 @verskis: Hey! Thanks for the lead! Norrøna makes some great looking gear, if a little pricey. Never heard of them before but will definitely be checking with them for any performance clothing needs, bike or otherwise. I decided I like the slightly more toned-down look of the Fjørå Lightweight so I picked up a pair, but if I like them more than they cost I might try a pair of Flex1 next season for the burlier material.

No trail ride yet but they appear to be great shorts. Construction quality is par with the absolute best, textile seems durable, nice fit and styling. I still wouldn't consider these ideal as they are probably 4-6 inches (11-13 cm) longer than other trail shorts I've tried, so maybe 2 or 3 inches too long, but in my opinion too long is far better than too short. Thanks again!
  • + 3
 These look awesome! After a broken left foot and severely sprained right ankle this year (both off the bike) I think it's time to step up my footwear from Nike SB! Good job Adidas, take note Nike.
  • + 1
 I've just bought a pair of Adidas terrex cross trail sl shoes and I'm super pleased with them. My Fiveten canvas shoes have started wearing through the soles now so thought I'd try these. £95 though and not many places seem to sell them and I hadn't seen those new colours yet but I'm happy with my navy/core heather ones.
  • + 1
 My Sombrio Loam's have lasted me about 7 years now... with ZERO signs of abuse (I really cannot explain this, its like they rejuvenate over night) But I would seriously consider a pair of these bad boys.. I guess they may be like marmite... but I love marmite!
  • + 1
 @acali Mountain bikes are designed to be progressive and I think the shoes you use should be too. I understand people like classic things, but imagine if you were headed to the bike park with a bike designed to replicate something your dad was riding in the 80's.
  • + 4
 Please don't bring my mom into this.
  • + 1
 I have had a pair of the Crosses for 6 months,they are far superior to 5/10s, lighter, stronger, don't fall apart,
in a subtle black/grey/white they look awesome, hate as much as you want but i'm never buying another pair of 5/10s,
i'm sick of them disintegrating after a few months
  • + 2
 Got the ones with low cut, and I like them better than my 5.10 Freeriders, grip is almost as good, but durability is better and they dry a lot faster. The lace bungee is also fantastic to keep laces out of the way.
  • + 3
 F***... I already have the Trailcross but only in boring black Frown for me the best riding shoe!
The Ladies-Version is so far the best colorway Adidas had for the Trailcross...
  • + 3
 It's great to have choices... even though the alternative is the now parent company of the most dominant flat pedal shoe on the market.
  • + 4
 BRING BACK THE HEMATOMAS!!! BRING BACK THE HEMATOMAS!!!
  • + 0
 I got these about 2 years ago. It's like Hi-Tec accidentally invented a MTB shoe. I paid £30. They are water proof, stiff sole, very comfortable and the Vibram sole is the same material Shimano use on their flat pedal shoes,
www.gooutdoors.co.uk/hi-tec-bartholo-mens-walking-shoes-p276883?gclid=Cj0KEQjwo5--BRCS8ceLjv-XppUBEiQAGp15EJEt0ygB9Okqc1OQ6Iam0CCvuKyod4OedNHasbz-2wsaAjhR8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds
  • + 2
 Thought the ones in the top pic was ugly as hell. Only got worse as I scrolled down.
  • + 1
 UGH! Way to cock block yourself adidas!?...way to make 510 sales suck even more_______ for us. Adidas, you could mess up a hand job! Thanks.
  • + 3
 there's no way it's an accident. they have to be killing off 5.10 with shitty product and boosting adidas.
  • + 1
 @pancakeflatted: that crossed my mind too, the plot thickens
  • + 1
 Double post
  • + 3
 Ummmmm Adidas has made MTB shoes before....
  • + 3
 I've got a pair of Adidas Hammer since 2009,great shoes. Built by Mavic.
  • + 1
 Please addidas kick the ass of 5.10. , they are losing market each year, their soles are so weak and after some rides the Rubber is destroyed. I will buy my addidas
  • + 1
 $170 for riding shoes? Next thing you know Dh jordans will be in the mix. SMH. That being said I did but the 2fo.....with a discount.....
  • - 1
 dear lord this are some really nasty products, everything that is on the upper pictures is out of this world ugly, colours, materials look dated, graphics are hideous, i am not saying this products will not be good but i dont think they will have any near success with this items
  • + 1
 I know adidas is capable of making good looking shoes, so why come out with something that looks like a one night stand between an 80s basketball shoe and a hiking boot?
  • + 1
 Does anybody know if any of those will be available in clipless option? @paulaston ?
  • + 2
 i can see the toe coming unglued so fast, just like 5-10's do
  • + 1
 As a Slav i have a very important question. Do they feel good while squating on a chairlif?
  • + 1
 As a non-Slav I'm super curious why you ask...
  • + 2
 Too expensive, again. Jusy not paying $200 for shoes, sorry
  • + 0
 Just*
  • + 2
 when was the last time you bought 5/10,s ?? I bought new shoes a few months back and went with Shimano as the 5/10,s had gone up $50 and looked cheap , the AM7,s are not as tacky soled , but IMO are a way better shoe . 1st day in them I did a 32km race and the next day my feet where fine , wearing 5/10s , beat the hell up!! is the best description .
  • + 1
 @cheetamike: Two years ago I want to say? I'd definitely consider switching to a different brand when these one die
  • + 1
 Can't seem to find those Adidas anywhere in Canada, and even US for that matter. Where you guys get them from ?
  • + 2
 If only someone made shoes for my 4e wide feet!!!
  • + 2
 how u not the hobbit again?
  • + 1
 Bonus points for sticking to the brand guidelines. "adidas." All lowercase.
  • + 1
 I would actually pay that price for a DH shoe if I was confident that it would not fall apart within a couple of years.
  • + 1
 Er.....yeah I've been wearing the Trail Cross shoes for the past two years.
  • + 1
 Adidas really did the old rape and pillage on 5.10 as a brand. They're pretty expensive, but I like them a lot.
  • + 2
 Those look really good, I like the ankle protection
  • + 1
 Please Adidas bring back the Berm with a stealth rubber sole and preferably without a huge hole on the heel...
  • + 1
 Adidas own 5.10. These are basically 5.10s. They are good shoes. Nothing beats stealth rubber
  • + 1
 Maybe ride some DH...maybe play some Bball... said no one ever!
  • + 1
 Any idea when these will be available?
  • + 1
 510 shoes on casual style Big Grin
  • + 1
 I really dig those trailcrosses they look sweet!
  • + 1
 Good job to the designer!. Hopefully others will follow suit.
  • + 1
 Old school vans all you need everything else is all hype
  • + 1
 Why do I feel like I would look like a giant d-bag with any of those on?
  • + 1
 Didn't adidas already buy 5.10 long ago?
  • + 1
 Marty McFly called and wants his shoes back
  • + 1
 I love the cigarettes all over the ground...
  • + 1
 I think the only real question is will Peter Sagan wear them?
  • + 1
 so euro
  • + 0
 Sweet,need some new ankle shredding shoes after the teva links melted
  • + 0
 Looks like basket ball and tennis shoes! Ugly!
  • + 0
 All day I dream about shoes....
  • + 2
 KoRn!!
  • + 0
 Why not just call them ADIDAS 510?

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