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$94.00 - $101.80
- Claimed Weight: 11 oz
- Closure: lace
- Upper Material: [shoe] nubuck, [tongue] EVA
- Recommended Use: casual wear, light hiking
- Sole: high-traction rubber
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Some shoes are simply about style, but occasionally you run into one with plenty of substance, too, like the Adidas Men's Daroga Two 11 LEA Shoe. Nobody would guess that under that handsome, low-profile nubuck upper there lurks a trail-ready high-traction sole (the same one featured in some of Adidas' hiking footwear). You can take this shoe from town to trail and conquer the terrain in style.
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 10 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00D914CI8
- Item model number: G61604-9.5
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2009
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
My only dislike (and this is mine, not necessarily his) is that when he walks, he clacks against whatever ground, as if wearing cowboy boots.
I took this shoe to Ecuador and Peru for 3 months. It was my every day shoe. Super comfortable as adidas always is and it fit perfectly.They are incredibly lightweight which also makes them wonderful to wear every day. I went hiking in these shoes and they performed quite well. I love these shoes. The following are considerations that are why they are a 4 and not a 5 for me.
Reviews I read in here addressed water resistance so I'll weigh in on that: they were water proof the first two or three times they got wet, after that they didn't protect my feet from rain much at all. I did not waterproof them with anything additional because I wasn't that worried about it. But if you want a waterproof shoe it might be good to buy the rain stuff to spray on them. They are leather so that might work out. It also might protect the appearance of the shoe.
The appearance after wearing for 3 months: the black doesn't really stay black. They also crease a lot on the top surface of the shoe which makes them kind of wrinkly and not as attractive.
The sole: I think after 3 months almost every day, on various terrain, the bottom sole wore down in a way that seemed like a lot for only 3 months. Adidas sneakers have a fairly soft plastic/rubber on the sole and it seems to wear down for me... maybe the way I walk not sure.
My original review:
This shoe is really comfortable. It seems to be water resistant to some degree. I went hiking on a muddy trail and the tread filled in pretty quickly with mud. I bought them because my regular Adidas will not work in a wet climate. I will likely stick with the hiking boots for hiking but these seem like great everyday shoes when you want a non-porous Adidas shoe.