adidas will be launching a brand new Terrex Free Hiker that’s dubbed, “Made to be Remade” which features a recycled makeover.

Made for the trail and keeping the earth in mind, The Three Stripes have given their Terrex Free Hiker a fully recycled makeover that looks great. Sporting an adaptable primeknit upper that surrounds your foot with its sock-like upper, the sneaker arrives in ivory tones with tonal detailing on the Three Stripes logo on the sides, the tongue, and the lacing system. For contrast, black Terrex spell-outs can be found on the ankles while the coveted Boost midsole is included on the bottoms in white. To complete the design, a black outsole is placed on the bottoms.


The adidas Terrex Free Hiker “Made to Be Remade” will be dropping this month on October 16th, 2021 via select adidas retailers and for $250. Enjoy official images of the pair below and make sure to stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.

adidas Terrex Free Hiker “Made To Be Remade”
Style Code: S29049
Release Date: October 16th, 2021
Retail Price: $250

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