Merrell Siren Edge Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Women's

Merrell Siren Edge Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Women's
Merrell Siren Edge Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Siren Edge Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Women's by Merrell
Hiking in New England calls for waterproof gear from head to toe. So when the weatherman calls for a thirty percent chance of rain, and you're about to duck out the door on an afternoon jaunt, reach for the Merrell Women's Siren Edge Waterproof Hiking Shoe. This hiking shoe features a waterproof breathable M Select Dry membrane and a mesh and synthetic construction that ensures ample climate regulation without skimping on torsional support. A bellows tongue prevents debris from weaseling its way into your sock. In terms of support, the Siren boasts an M Select FIT. ECO EVA footbed (complete with odor control) and a molded nylon arch shank for trek-long support and comfort. The rugged M Select Grip outsole provides stability and traction in otherwise slippery situations.

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