Chameleon 7 Mid Waterproof Boot - Women's by Merrell
Imagine a world where you are one with nature. Now pretend for a moment that you have the surface-gripping adaptability of a chameleon. That's what it;s like when you wear the Merrell Women's Chameleon 7 Mid Waterproof Boot. As you wend through creek and pond you won't have to worry about slipping on mossy rocks, and also won't have to worry about wet socks or clammy feet--thanks to the M Select Dry membrane and rugged sole, you can hike through river or bog without a care, and keep your mind focused on mediating with nature. Blending stability with lightweight construction, Merrell placed Vibram TC5+ only where truly needed, freeing up the rest of the sole to benefit from a FlexPlate that offers torsional rigidity. A breathable mesh lining keeps air circulating away from your feet, and metal hook and lacing eyelets provide a secure fit for crossing puddles and fording streams. A contoured footbed and molded TPU heel provide all day comfort and stability, giving you the peace of mind to connect with your wild side.
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