Women's Merrell® Salida Waterproof Mid Hiking Boots

Item # WX2-583698

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Women's Merrell® Salida WATERPROOF Mid Hiking Boots. Because the road less traveled is just begging to be traveled.

Escape to the mountains equipped with the confident traction and dry protection of Merrell®'s Salida Waterproof Hikers. Made for fleet-footed traverses, its M-Select DRY upper keeps water out and wicks sweat to keep your feet cool and dry while you cross creeks, and the specialized M-Select GRIP releases dirt and debris on the move to grip aggressively through the thick of it.

Upper and lining:
  • Full-grain leather and mesh uppers
  • M-Select DRY upper keeps water out and wicks sweat to keep your feet cool and dry
  • Breathable mesh lining
  • M-Select FRESH treatment naturally prevents odor before it starts
  • Removable EVA insole for added comfort and support
  • Bellows tongue keeps debris out.
Midsole and outsole:
  • M-Select GRIP outsoles with 5mm lugs for traction when and where you need it
  • Merrell Air Cushion in the heel absorbs shock and adds stability with a lightweight PU midsole for durability
  • Molded nylon arch shank for lightweight underfoot support. Each approx. 15 ozs.

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