Merrell Chameleon 8 Leather Mid Waterproof Boot - Men's

Merrell Chameleon 8 Leather Mid Waterproof Boot - Men's
Merrell Chameleon 8 Leather Mid Waterproof Boot - Men's
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Chameleon 8 Leather Mid Waterproof Boot - Men's by Merrell
The Merrell Chameleon 8 Leather Mid Waterproof is designed with adaptability in mind. Thanks to its M Select Dry membrane and Vibram lugs, you're going to have waterproof protection worthy of a tough-skinned reptile and the sticky feet of a crawling chameleon. Blending stability with lightweight construction, Merrell places Vibram XS Trek Evo only where truly needed, freeing up the rest of the sole to benefit from a FlexPlate that offers torsional rigidity. A breathable mesh lining keeps that swamp you're exploring from developing inside your shoe, and metal hook and lacing eyelets provide a secure fit as you navigate overgrwon trails. A contoured footbed and molded TPU heel provide all-day comfort and stability to finish out the journey strong.

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SKU: MERZ29X
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