Chameleon 7 Knit Mid Hiking Boot
Your worn-down hiking boots have seen more than their fair share of trails and peaks, but when they start to have more duct tape than leather on them it may be time to upgrade to the modern performance of the Merrell Chameleon 7 Knit Mid Hiking Boot. Made with an engineered knit upper that strikes an ideal balance between stretch and support, this boot delivers all-day comfort without sacrificing performance or durability on rugged trails. This knit construction extends to the comfortable sock-like bellows tongue, which keeps out trail debris and prevents the need for purchasing an additional gaiter. The lugged outsole is made with a highly-dependable Vibram rubber compound to keep your footing secure in any conditions and on any surface, while a variety of midsole features ensure enough cushioning, stability, and flex to make you forget about those old leather lugs you threw into the donation pile.
- Modern hiking boots with a comfortable knit upper construction
- Vibram outsole grips in variable conditions and terrain
- Engineered knit upper stretches and supports at the same time
- TPU overlays in the upper add necessary structure and stability
- Comfortable sock-like tongue keeps out mud, rocks, and snow
- FlexPlate helps provide stability on rocky and rugged trails
- Rubber toe cap offers forefoot protection from unexpected obstacles
- Anti-odor technology keeps your shoes smelling fresh after long days
- Item #MER00LF
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 9.5
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 160lbs
I love the way these shoes look and they seem to be put together well. I wear 9.5 in salomon, nike, adidas, salewa, asolo, arcteryx, pretty much everything. I ordered these in 9.5 and they're about a half inch large and slip in the heel. Also, the knit portion is made for people with larger legs, and hangs loose around my legs. I'm sad, but chicken legs aren't Merrell's fault. I'll have to return them. The shoes. Not the chicken legs, stuck with those.