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Men's Merrell

What began in the Green Mountains in Vermont, now roams the world. For more than 26 years, Merrell has been providing outdoor enthusiasts with quality performance footwear. As the needs of the outdoor enthusiasts have changed, so too has Merrell's approach to addressing those needs. Over time, the concepts of "outdoor" has broadened to include all types of activities and environments - both natural and urban. Merrell is driven to keep pace with this evolution of "The New Outdoor," and continues to evolve.



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Things to consider when picking a hiker:
Fit: Consider the width of the toe box & its volume. Feet swell while on hikes so extra wiggle room will keep you comfortable longer.
Midsole: Midsoles are all about cushioning, comfort & shock-absorption. Cushioning should be in the forefoot & shock absorption should be in the heel. A "springier" midsole returns a little energy with every step, so they are nice for a fast hike or going a long distance. A denser midsole helps protect feet from natural hazards.
Outsole: Deeper lugs are for more rugged or slick terrain and shallower lugs are more versatile for hiking around town. 
Height: The taller the boot, the more support you'll have. Low-cut hikers are the lightest & most flexible option. Mid-cut hikers are a hybrid options. They balance ankle support & protection with flexibility. High-cut hikers have more ankle support, and they are helpful on super rugged terrain or if you're carrying a heavy pack.
Upper: Material choices should match the type of hiking you plan to do. Leather or synthetic materials are more durable but typically heavier & less breathable. Mesh options are great for hot, dry hikes. Waterproof boots keep your feet dry, but the waterproofing must be breathable, or your feet will get wet from sweat. 


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