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Hiking gear that covers all your needs

Every season is hiking season with this selection of adidas trekking gear. If you’re after clothing, you’ll be able to choose from a selection of bottoms including shorts and trousers; tops including t-shirts and sweatshirts; or jackets including windbreakers, water-repellent, and down jackets. Whether you’re a beginner going on short and easy hikes or a pro trying to get to the top, you will also need a pair of shoes that offers adequate support on the various terrains you might encounter, as well as accessories to support you on your quest such as a backpack that can help you carry a few necessities.

Helping you stay on top of your game

The adidas selection of hiking gear was designed to support you every step of the way. This starts with clothing constructed with special fabric that has the ability to wick the sweat away from your body keeping you dry and cool along the way. In the cooler months, lightweight, insulated fabric can trap your body heat, keeping you warm and on the move without having to carry extra weight. When it comes to trekking shoes, support starts with the use of the right outsole such as Continental™ rubber which provides optimal grip on all surfaces, while the right midsole such as EVA will keep your shoes lightweight and flexible.

It’s all in the design

When you’re going hiking, having gear that offers superior design and practical details will make all the difference. Clothing with pockets will allow you to keep a few essential items within easy reach, while water-repellent styles will keep you dry when the rain starts to drizzle. A backpack with an ergonomic back plate allows for better load distribution making it easier to carry, and if you’re planning for hikes that continue into the night, trekking gear with reflective details will keep you visible and safe from harm.

Hiking Frequently Asked Questions

Hiking is a popular outdoor pastime which involves walking along a route for pleasure and fitness. Most hikes take place in nature, but urban hiking in towns and cities is also popular.
Yes, as it gets your heart pumping, particularly if you’re hiking over hills or uneven terrain. As it’s a cardiovascular exercise it shares many of the same benefits as other forms, such as helping with weight control and improving general fitness.
You can start by simply going for short walks in your local area. This will help to build up your stamina and fitness for more challenging hikes. You can also try exercises such as squats which help build the muscles you’ll use most.