NOW: £65.00 WAS: £130.00

NOW: £65.00 WAS: £130.00

NOW: £65.00 WAS: £130.00

Product Code: 32110540

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Less is definitely more with these waterproof, minimalist hiking shoes

Fluid, lightweight and responsive, the Proterra Mid Sport Gore-Tex uses ultra durable Stratafuse technology with the Gore-Tex ConnectFit waterproof membrane to create an innovative, low bulk upper that molds around your feet and keeps them dry.

FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY 26th Feb - 1st Mar 2015

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Product Features

  • Weight: 907g
  • Mesh upper
  • Merrell Stratafuse upper provides a glove-like fit for lightweight durability and natural movement
  • Bellows tongue keeps debris out
  • Gore-Tex ConnectFit delivers an incredibly glove-like fit, exceptional breathability and waterproof performance
  • M-Select FRESH naturally prevents odour before it starts for fresh smelling feet
  • EVA removable footbed
  • 4mm Drop sole
  • Molded TPU arch shank
  • Minimal design PU midsole increases ground contact and enhances stability
  • M-Select GRIP tunes each outsole with durable traction that grips 
  • Boot Rating : B:0

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2 Customer reviews for this product

Fantastic .... bought a spare pair
Reviewed By Tony, 16 Mar 2014

Sorry, but I totally disagree with the previous review. These are the most comfortable Boots I ever owned ..... so good I bought another pair as a spare.



Looks good - disappointing performance
Reviewed By Jeffrey, 13 Feb 2014

The boot looks stylish but has several fundamental problems. The first is the lacing system. It sort of works but the eyelet in the tongue through which the laces run makes it awkward to tension the laces below this eyelet. The main problem though is the sole unit. Half an hour pounding the city streets and my feet were telling me where's the cushioning? The arch support is not good either. These leave you feet feeling tired and bruised. I cannot recommend these.



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