Merrell Barefoot Crush Glove

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Your child is going to run around barefoot half the day anyway, so why not give him or her the Merrell Kids' Crush Glove Hiking Shoe' While most hiking shoes are thick-soled and bulky, this lightweight shoe takes a different route, embracing barefoot construction and a zero-drop heel design. The low heel drop allows for the most natural heel and toe alignment while the barefoot construction provides a soft, even flex so your child can actually feel the ground. Compared to the more running-focused Trail Glove, the hiker-friendly Crush glove offers slightly more support and the additional security of dual hook-and-loop strap closures. This shoe is easy to put on, fun to wear, and easy to wash, so your kid will feel right at home in the outdoors and you'll spend less time cleaning up after an afternoon on the trail.

- Backcountry.com

Light, flexible and minimalist, the Merrell Crush Glove Cross-Training Shoes offer girls a great shoe for all training endeavors. Mesh uppers feature synthetic overlays for a glovelike fit with maximum breathability. Rip-and-stick closures and elastic laces provide a secure fit. Zero drop from heel to toe encourages a natural midfoot or forefoot strike to promote forward momentum and reduce the impact of heel striking. EVA midsoles provide cushioning that makes outdoor adventures easy on the feet. Merrell Crush Glove Cross-Training Shoes have nonmarking Vibram Trail Glove rubber soles for excellent grip and durability. All-synthetic construction makes the Merrell Crush Glove Cross-Training Shoes vegan friendly. Closeout.

- REI

Merrell Barefoot Crush Glove

previously retailed for:
$14.99 - $41.73

The Merrell Barefoot Crush Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 6, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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