Merrell Everbound Vent Hiking Shoe - Men's

Merrell Everbound Vent Hiking Shoe - Men's
Merrell Everbound Vent Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Everbound Vent Hiking Shoe - Men's by Merrell
From the trailhead to the summit, the Merrell Men's Everbound Vent Hiking Shoe offers cushioned comfort and ample traction when you need it most. Designed specifically for light day hikes, the Everbound features a full-grain leather and suede upper for protection against trail-side obstacles, while the mesh inserts promote unencumbered breathability. The bellows tongue helps keep debris at bay, and the protective rubber toe cap bolsters your protection from roots, rocks, and other errant objects. Additionally, the Grade 2 thermoplastic insole doubles down on your defense, giving you rock-plate-worthy protection, without obstructing your dexterity. An EVA foobed and midsole attenuates shock, enhances energy return, and reduces foot fatigue, and the Vibram outsole is equipped with 5mm lugs for serious rip and grip in all sorts of terrain.

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