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Merrell Sugarbush Braden Mid Leather Waterproof Boot - Men's

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Sugarbush Braden Mid Leather Waterproof Boot

Named after a beautiful valley in Vermont, the Merrell Sugarbush Braden Mid Leather Waterproof Boot is a lightweight hiking boot with old-school styling. The salt resistant leather upper coupled with a D-ring lacing system creates a classic look that is at home in the city or in the mountains. In addition to the stylistic benefits this combination also offers excellent protection from moisture and debris for long days on the trail. Additionally the Sugarbush Braden has a supportive EVA midsole and outsole, as well as a removable contoured insole so that you can get customized support for your problem areas and stay on the trail longer.

  • Classically styled lightweight boot for hiking
  • Leather upper and bellowed tongue keep debris out
  • EVA in sole adds comfort, support, and stability
  • D-ring lacing system is tried and true for long term use
  • Item #MER00KH

Upper Material
Snow Plow leather
Waterproofing
M-Select Dry
Closure
lace
Footbed
Kinetic Fit Base
Midsole
EVA, molded nylon shank
Sole
rubber, EVA
Shaft Height
5.9in
Heel Height
1.2in
Claimed Weight
[single] 2lb 2oz
Recommended Use
casual
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Good looks with some rugged attributes.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
9.5
Height
5` 9"
Weight
185 lbs

Let's face it, if you're hiking in these boots, you're not a hiker. They are durable for their purpose though. Add some Nikwax to these and as long as you're not wading through rivers or tramping through heavy snow they look good and hold up. (That's what Bogs are for anyway) They are warm enough to keep Montana cold out, but definitely more of a fashion statement than a work boot or a MOAB hiking shoe. I have had 2 pairs of these and they keep going. Added some shoe polish to bring back some of the rich color after a while and people asked if they were new. 3-year-old boots in picture.

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>Rating: 1

Unwearable in winter

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
11
Height
5` 10"
Weight
200 lbs

I bought these boots in October for my new winter boots as my Doc Martins that I usually wear are not the best for the salt and snow in Rochester, NY. I couldn't fathom wearing these hiking in colder weather as my feet don't stay dry walking through the snow/slush from my parking lot into my building @ work. I am very disappointed with these as they were a decent amount of money and not at all worth it. I have opted to wear a pair of off brand hiking boots that I bought @ Sears 5 years ago instead of these as they keep my feet drier than these.