Merrell Jungle Moc Nubuck Shoe - Men's

Merrell Jungle Moc Nubuck Shoe - Men's
Merrell Jungle Moc Nubuck Shoe - Men's
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Jungle Moc Nubuck Shoe - Men's by Merrell
Some days call for tasks (e. g. tending to the lawn) that are a little less gratifying and glorious than tackling 11 miles worth of trail. But, thanks to the Merrell Men's Jungle Moc Nubuck Shoe, you're able to check off the to-do list in stride. This comfortable, slip-on shoe features a rugged, suede nubuck for a laid-back look. The M Select FIT. ECO footbed features an odor-resistant treatment to keep foot funk at bay, while the EVA midsole and molded arch shank provide day-long comfort and support. Additionally, the rubber outsole boasts 3mm lugs for added traction in otherwise slick situations. So whether you're weeding like a crazed maniac, or raking up dead grass after a serious heat spell, the Jungle Moc offers support and comfort.

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SKU: MER00BK
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