Merrell Murren Strap Waterproof Boot - Women's

Merrell Murren Strap Waterproof Boot - Women's
Merrell Murren Strap Waterproof Boot - Women's
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Murren Strap Waterproof Boot - Women's by Merrell
Keep your toes toasty as you slosh through winter sludge with the Merrell Women's Murren Strap Waterproof Boot. A waterproof membrane keeps the slush from seeping through the full grain leather upper so that you--or at least your feet--arrive at your destination dry and comfortable. Lightweight M Select Warm insulation and an ActiveHeat removable footbed keep your feet warm as the chill in the air threatens to steal their heat. The Conductor fleece lining makes this boot feel cozy on the inside, and the M select Fresh treatment reduces odors. Merrell added an air cushion in the heel to absorb shock and increase stability, and constructed the sole with M select Grip to help this casual boot perform like its more rugged counterparts.

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SKU: MER00HF
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