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Women's Chameleon 7 Limit Mid Waterproof

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This protective mid hiker features durable suede and waterproof protection so you can push your limits, no matter the distance.
FEATURES
• M Select™ DRY impermeable membrane seals out water and lets moisture escape
• Pig suede leather and mesh upper
• Hook and loop closure system for quick adjustability
• Bellows tongue keeps debris out
• Protective rubber toe cap
• Breathable mesh lining
• EVA removable footbed
• Merrell Air Cushion in the heel absorbs shock and adds stability
• EVA midsole for stability and comfort
• Molded nylon arch shank
• Flex Index Grade 2
• M Select™ GRIP outsole tunes each outsole with durable traction that grips when and where you need it
• 4mm lug depth
• Weight: 1lbs 14oz / 848g
Technology
Waterproof, moisture-wicking
technology to keep you dry.
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Outsoles deliver durable, highly
slip-resistant stability on wet and dry
ground, over mixed terrain.
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The good, the bad, and the very ugly. I have purchased Merrill hikers for years, and generally use them for about a year before my knees tell me to re-order. I loved my previous hikers, but of course they are no longer available, so I went with the Chameleon 7. The first thing I noticed when trying them on was the toe box is much wider than my previous Merrills. It feels like my toes are floating around, even though the actual toe room from the end of my big toe to the end of the shoe is the proper distance. It wasn't so bad that I felt I needed to return them however. I love the new tread design, which lives up to the promo copy. Rock solid and steady. And the way the tongue is built as all one piece ensures the desert sand stays out of my socks. So the only negative? It is absolutely the ugliest shoe I have ever purchased from Merrill. The fat rubber toe bumper reminds of another manufacturer, whose design I don't care for. The wide toe box makes it look clunkier than it actually performs. And the orange color chosen to go with the ubiquitous taupe is so 1980s. The Chameleon is the shoe version of a 1958 Buick. I'll suffer through another 12 months of thee, and hope that next year Merrill willl have re-designed this clunker.

The good, the bad, and the very ugly.

Nov 09, 2017
I have purchased Merrill hikers for years, and generally use them for about a year before my knees tell me to re-order. I loved my previous hikers, but of course they are no longer available, so I went with the Chameleon 7. The first thing I noticed when trying them on was the toe box is much wider than my previous Merrills. It feels like my toes are floating around, even though the actual toe room from the end of my big toe to the end of the shoe is the proper distance. It wasn't so bad that I felt I needed to return them however. I love the new tread design, which lives up to the promo copy. Rock solid and steady. And the way the tongue is built as all one piece ensures the desert sand stays out of my socks. So the only negative? It is absolutely the ugliest shoe I have ever purchased from Merrill. The fat rubber toe bumper reminds of another manufacturer, whose design I don't care for. The wide toe box makes it look clunkier than it actually performs. And the orange color chosen to go with the ubiquitous taupe is so 1980s. The Chameleon is the shoe version of a 1958 Buick. I'll suffer through another 12 months of thee, and hope that next year Merrill willl have re-designed this clunker.
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