Merrell Siren Traveller Q2 Hiking Shoe - Women's

Merrell Siren Traveller Q2 Hiking Shoe - Women's
Merrell Siren Traveller Q2 Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Siren Traveller Q2 Hiking Shoe - Women's by Merrell
Head for the hills in the Merrell Siren Traveller Q2 Hiking Shoe and be rewarded with support, stability, and comfort. A combination of nubuck, suede leather, and mesh in the uppers not only offers comfort, but delivers a trail aesthetic that's as rugged as it is sophisticated. To help keep your feet cool as you log miles, a breathable mesh lining encourages airflow so you stay comfortable. For support and stability, Merrell constructed the Siren with their Kinetic Fit insole that supports all three arches of the foot, their Q-Form 2 dual-density midsole for engineered alignment and comfort, and Air Cushion in the heel that absorbs shock through every step you take. Finally, M Select Grip, a rubber sole with durable traction, works with 3. 5mm lugs to provide you with confident trail grip so you can focus on the hard-earned views.

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