Merrell Siren Edge Hiking Shoe - Women's

Merrell Siren Edge Hiking Shoe - Women's
Merrell Siren Edge Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Siren Edge Hiking Shoe - Women's by Merrell
The Merrell Women's Siren Edge Hiking Shoe blends the slim silhouette of athletic sneakers with the rugged grip and stability of dedicated hiking shoes. Most notable, the Vibram rubber sole keeps you treading across widely variable terrain, ranging from jagged desert outcroppings to loamy forest soil. Breathable mesh along the upper and lining keeps your feet from overheating on hot summer days and strenuous hikes. The bellows tongue keeps small stones and trail debris from sneaking in. The footbed's organic odor-control lends extra freshness, even after grueling hikes in sweltering-hot weather. Merrell's air cushioning along the heel cushions your every stride, especially when you're trekking over rough, uneven terrain. Plus, there's a molded nylon arch shank for stability and support underfoot, which is vital when you're hiking longer distances over rough ground.

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SKU: MER00A0
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