• MEN
  • KIDS
Your Cart is Empty

Women's Hiking Shoes

Explore more with women's hiking shoes that blend comfort and performance. All-terrain traction, lightweight designs and rugged durability help you hike more.

adidas Women's Hiking Shoes

Hit the trail in women's hiking shoes that can stand up to the extremes of the outdoors while also keeping you comfortable and energised. Our wide variety of hiking shoes for women lets you take on any outdoor trek. For multiday trips, you can trust women's trekking shoes from adidas like the Terrex Freehiker 2.0 to carry you and your backpack all the way to the next re-fuel location. The Terrex AX4 Multisport is an option that's light enough for fast hikes and versatile enough for adventurous pursuits. From forest paths to rocky terrain, the Terrex AX4's abrasion-resistant upper handles scuffs and scrapes, and an ultralight Lightstrike midsole provides long-lasting comfort. Ford streams and take on soggy trails in women's hiking sneakers with a GORE-TEX membrane that seals out the wet while letting your foot breathe. And for wintry treks and snowy summits, choose from women's hiking boots with adidas COLD.RDY insulation.

adidas also stocks shoes designed by women specifically for women. The women's Terrex RAIN.RDY hiking shoe has a stretchy collar for extra comfort and support with every movement. adidas by Stella McCartney Seeulater shoes are inspired by mountaineering equipment. They have climbing rope laces that lock in your feet, a rugged outsole and a breathable, water-repellent mesh upper. With all of these options, it's easy to find the perfect pair of women's hiking shoes that fits your unique preferences so you can hit the trail with confidence and comfort.

Women's Hiking Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Hiking shoes for women come in a variety of styles to suit different needs. Hiking boots provide more ankle support and protection than hiking shoes, making them ideal for rugged terrain or backpacking with heavy loads. They're typically heavier and less breathable than hiking shoes. Hiking shoes are perfect for day hikes or light backpacking on well-maintained trails. Trail running shoes can be suitable for fast-paced hiking or hiking on technical trails. Versatile styles like the Terrex Free Hiker Mid provide the best of both worlds, offering good traction, flexibility and support in a variety of conditions.
A good fit in your hiking shoes makes for a good hike. Your toes should have some wiggle room (about a finger width) when you wear the shoes with the socks you plan to hike in. If your toes feel cramped, try a half-size up. On longer hikes with a backpack, your feet might swell slightly, so a half-size bigger than your street shoe size could be beneficial. It's better to have slightly larger hiking shoes for women than cramped shoes that will cause blisters or discomfort on the trail.
Hiking shoes are fine for some trails, but trekking shoes offer superior features for the challenges of trekking adventures. They have a higher cut, providing crucial support for carrying heavy loads and navigating uneven trails. Constructed with tough materials, women's trekking shoes can withstand harsh conditions and the kind of extended wear and tear that you might encounter during treks. Many trekking shoes are designed to keep your feet dry from wet trails, streams or unexpected weather conditions. And they have soles with aggressive treads that provide a good grip on loose rocks, mud and slick surfaces.