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    Merrell Mens All Out Blaze Stretch Shoes

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    Product Description

    A hiking shoe built for speed, the Merrell All Out Blaze Stretch Shoe capitalizes its design on ground connection and responsiveness to keep you moving fast over terrain and trails. It is naturally shaped to activate your foot muscles and absorb impact with UniFly technology. Slip 'em on with quick and secure cinching stretch closure that feels snug with no strings to tie. Features waterproof oily leather and mesh upper for breathability. The molded external heel counter adds stability while the bellows tongue keeps debris out. The breathable mesh odor control lining and responsive cushioning system with Vibram outsole will make this your favorite shoe for hiking, hunting or lazy days around the cabin.

    Merrell All Out Blaze Stretch Shoe Features:

    • Waterproof oily leather and air mesh upper
    • Breathable
    • Molded external heel for stability
    • Vibram outsole with responsive cushioning
    • Breathable Mesh lining treated with M Select Fresh odor control

    Specifications and additional product information
    Vibram - Get a grip on the trail with high-traction footwear outsoles from Merrell. Trails, rock and asphalt are hard on the soles of your footwear. M-Select Grip and Vibram uses innovative construction and compounds to stand up to wear and tear and help you perform on any terrain.

    Ventilated - Vented mesh fabric helps regulate air flow to your body, wicks away moisture and makes sure you stay cool, dry and ready to perform. It’s like a fresh breath of mountain air for your body.
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