Merrell Thermo Chill Mid Shell Waterproof Boot - Men's

Merrell Thermo Chill Mid Shell Waterproof Boot - Men's
Merrell Thermo Chill Mid Shell Waterproof Boot - Men's
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Thermo Chill Mid Shell Waterproof Boot - Men's by Merrell
The Merrell Thermo Chill Mid Shell Waterproof Boot is a winter overachiever. A waterproof construction pairs with low bulk insulation to keep your toes warm and dry as you explore the winter landscape. Your feet will be comfortable as well thanks to the Kinetic Fit Base insole that is contoured like your foot for flexible support and an EVA midsole that cushions with each step. Topping it all off is the M Select Grip sole with 5mm lugs that offers you durable traction that grips when you need it for a winter boot you can confidently wear anywhere.

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