Merrell Moab FST 2 Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's

Merrell Moab FST 2 Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's
Merrell Moab FST 2 Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's
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Moab FST 2 Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's by Merrell
Weather can change quickly in the backcountry, and after years of filling wet hiking boots with newspaper it's time to admit you're not as good at predicting it as you thought. Grab the Merrell Moab FST Men's Waterproof Hiking Boots and give yourself an insurance policy. Featuring an M Select Dry waterproof membrane and a nubuck leather upper, these boots keep water out when stunning vistas turn into thick fog banks. A Vibram MegaGrip outsole provides high-performance traction on wet and dry surfaces, ensuring that you're safe as well as dry. A breathable mesh lining ensures that your feet don't get too hot or sweaty when you get cranking. But Merrell knows that those miles add up, so they used their M Select Fresh anti-odor technology to fight off funk.

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