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The Merrell Women’s Winterlude Zip Waterproof Boot combines kicking-around-town style with the technical features you need to hit the snow-covered trails. PrimaLoft insulation ensures warm feet all the way to -40F (-40C), so your toes stay toasty (unless you’re at the North Pole or something). Merrell built the waterproof upper with a combination of leather and TPU for plenty of durability, and a Vibram Thermo sole ensures serious traction even on slippery sidewalks.

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1 5

Like to slide arounf in the snow

Merrell makes an awesome winter boot if you like to slip every time you take a step in the snow. These are dangerous.

1 5


I will probably return these boots! If they are'nt defective they are just downright awful! The left boot feels like a different size than the right boot. I ordered a size 9 because I have worn that size in merrells for years, no matter what! Even with the thickest smartwool socks on they are too big. They were also $20 more than other online shoe sources including Merrell site, which I didnt realize until later.

2 5


I'm not gonna lie -- the front zippers don't stay up. They suit my purposes cause I work at a Site up in Northern Alberta and I have to put my boots on and take them off frequently so I always planned on leaving them unzipped. But to go sledding or snow shoeing, I wouldn't recommend because they come unzipped and snow gets on your ankles.

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I worry about those front zip kind....the...

I worry about those front zip kind....the zippers tend to not stay there a mechanism that holds the zip up ?