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Women's Trail Running Shoes

Venture off the beaten path in women's trail-running shoes from adidas. These sturdy styles promise confident footing and extended comfort on mixed terrain.

adidas Women's Trail Running Shoes

Whether you're an experienced trail runner taking on the latest technical trail or you're a green hiker discovering a new route, women's trail running shoes from adidas are built to support you every step of the way. Many of our women's trail runners have a lightweight and abrasion-resistant mesh upper that's breathable, durable and adapts to the shape of your foot, stride after stride. Ultralight Lightstrike cushioning won't weigh you down as you log the miles, and a lugged outsole on some models ensures a smooth transition between paved, gravel and dirt surfaces.

If you're out on the trail and the weather takes a turn, women's trail running sneakers with a GORE-TEX waterproof and breathable membrane seal out the wet while allowing heat and moisture to escape. A Continental™ Rubber outsole ensures unbeatable traction on uneven terrain in wet or dry conditions. If you're searching for models that put pep in your step, some of our trail running shoes for women have a combination of Lightstrike and adidas Boost in the midsole to return energy with every footstrike. A Pebax® midsole plate adds a buffer against rocks without adding weight, and a seven-point lacing system provides a snug, locked-in feel. Beat every personal record as you race to the top of the mountain and back down again in women's trail running shoes from adidas.

Women's Trail Running Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

An important factor in choosing the perfect trail running shoes for women is to consider the trails you'll be conquering. For running on easy, maintained trails, look for lightweight shoes with moderate cushioning and traction to prioritise agility and breathability. On more technical trails with steep climbs and descents, opt for more aggressive shoes with substantial cushioning, great grip and possibly a rock plate for added protection underfoot. Look for breathable and water-resistant materials. Consider a protective toe cap for additional shielding. Read more about about how to choose running shoes on our blog.
Sometimes it's OK, but it's not ideal. One reason is the wear and tear of street surfaces. Trail shoes have aggressive treads designed for gripping loose surfaces like dirt and rocks. The treads wear down much more quickly on smooth pavement. And while the softer rubber and thicker soles on women's trail running shoes provide more grip, they're less responsive compared to road running shoes. This can lead to a less efficient running experience on pavement. If you're just running a short distance on the road occasionally, your trail shoes will likely be fine.
You generally don't need to size up or down specifically for trail running shoes compared to your regular shoe size, but a good fit is crucial for comfort and performance on the trails. Make sure there's some wiggle room (about a finger width) in the toe box when you wear your women's trail runners with the socks you plan to run in. This allows for foot swelling over long distances and prevents cramming that can lead to blisters. For longer runs or technical terrain, a slightly larger size might be beneficial to accommodate foot swelling.