Women's Merrell® Phaser Peak Waterproof Hikers, Dark Brown

Item # WX2-111282

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Men's and Women's Merrell ® Phaser Peak Waterproof Hikers.

With rough terrain performance and high-water capability, these high-cut waterproof Phaser Peak Hikers live up to the Merrell ® name!

Check out the specs:
  • Waterproof nubuck leather uppers
  • Waterproof construction, waterproof bellows tongue and waterproof membrane provide reliable waterproof protection
  • Vibram ® Phaser™ outsole
  • Air Cushion ® midsole absorbs shock and adds stability
  • Anatomical footbed for comfort and support
  • Compression molded EVA footframe for support
  • Injection molded wishbone external counter provides stability
  • Tapered nylon insole for comfort
  • Polyester mesh lining adds durability
  • Each approx. 24 ozs., 6"h.

State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Don't let wet, sloppy or rugged back-country conditions faze you... order these Merrell ® Phaser Peak Waterproof Hikers ONLINE today!

Hikers, Dark Brown

Hikers, Dark Brown

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