Women's Trail Running Shoes


Women's trail shoes that support your every move

Whether your sport of choice is running, hiking or training, or you need a shoe that does it all, the adidas collection of trail shoes has just what you need. Choose from a selection of styles that range from low cut shoes to ankle cut boots, and designs that offer a mesh upper for a stretchy breathability or a sock-like ankle-hugging construction for stability. When it comes to colours, you'll find women's trail shoes in classic tones that can be matched with most outfits. And if you want to make a statement, go for a funky and colourful style that matches your energetic personality.

Built to support you from the inside out

Good trail shoes are built to provide adequate support from the inside out. adidas trail shoes feature responsive cushioning inside the shoe, such as Boost cushioning which has excellent energy return. adidas Boost technology can store your energy and then release it back when you need it, while a moulded sockliner ensures a better fit for a more comfortable performance. A midsole such as EVA will provide durability without adding extra weight, and for good traction the Continental™ Rubber technology will give your women's trail shoes optimal grip no matter the terrain.

Shoes you can depend upon in every situation

The adidas selection of women's trail shoes has a dependable pair of shoes for every situation you might encounter. Choose a style with a waterproof upper to protect your feet and keep them dry when it rains, or pick a pair with a moulded toe cap for durability if you expect to encounter rough terrain. Women's trail shoes with reflective details will help you stay visible and safe at any time of the day. And if you’re planning a long trek, you will love a lightweight style that will carry you to the end without additional weight.

Women's Trail Running Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Trail running shoes generally last for 3 (48 km) to 5 miles (8 km), but many factors may affect this number. Our women’s trail running shoes are built with durable materials for maximum use.
In trail running shoes, you should look for a rugged rubber outsole with lugs or studs for grip on gravel, mud and slippery spots. An abrasion-resistant upper will stand up to scuffs. A stiff structure prevents foot rotation on uneven surfaces
You can wear road running shoes for gentle trail running, but be cautious. Road shoes lack the stability, traction and protection you need on uneven surfaces.