Merrell Women's Siren Sport Q2 Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot, Slate Black, 11 M US
Merrell Women's Siren Sport Q2 Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot, Slate Black, 11 M US by Merrell at Shawnee Hills Outdoors. MPN: J37446. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Designed for wild and women. This waterproof hiker is engineered for the way women move, offering support, alignment, and gender-specific stability.Removable insole. 3.5 mm lug depth, 1.5 pounds.
Product Description & Reviews
Designed for wild and women. This waterproof hiker is engineered for the way women move, offering support, alignment, and gender-specific stability.
Features & Highlights
- Removable insole
- 3.5 mm lug depth, 1.5 pounds
9 x 4 x 14 inches
9.5 x 4.9 x 14.1 inches
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