High Tops • Black
Black high tops
adidas carries a line of premium black high tops that are meant for different applications. For one, we have women’s high top models for daily wear during winter and rainy days as they offer waterproof protection with great insulation for the feet. These black high tops also have TRAXION™ outsole that offers tremendous grip in both wet and dry surfaces. Their EVA midsole is lightweight and durable, while their textile upper with ornate stitching render a stylish vibe that’s easy on the eyes. We also offer boxing shoes with a gum rubber outsole that ensures outstanding grip and traction for secure footwork inside the ring. The partial EVA midsole provides a lightweight finish while the faux suede overlays guarantee both comfort and sturdiness. The textile 3-Stripes woven into the shoes’ upper complete the signature adidas branding that loyal fans will easily recognize.
Climb to the top
We have black high tops boots that are specifically manufactured for hiking purposes. These hiking boots have a rubber outsole that provides game-changing grip and stability to the feet no matter how wet or icy the ground maybe. The proprietary adidas waterproofing and insulation technologies can ensure that your feet will remain dry and comfortable throughout your hike. In short, these black high tops can help you conquer mountain peaks in comfort and security with their great features.
Our black high tops product line also includes waterproof shoes that can be worn on the streets or out in the wilderness. These versatile shoes feature Traxion outsole combined with Continental™ rubber for outstanding grip over wet and dry terrains. The GORE-TEX® lining offers excellent water protection while the TPU overlays and TPU toe caps guarantee great durability. Finally, those who need outstanding responsiveness in their shoes should check out our black high tops with Boost cushion technology. These shoes will give you unmatched energy bounce with each step that you make so you can perform well in total comfort.