Merrell Barefoot Run Bare Access Arc - Men's

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CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO The Merrell Merrell Women's Bare Access Arc Running Shoe is great for distance runners and those new on the path to barefoot running. The Bare Access is a 0mm drop running shoe which gives you a barefoot feel, with added toe to heel cushioning. This shoe allows your foot to land flat and follow its own natural motion, while its cushioning protects from sustained impacts due to longer runs or a new barefoot training program.Barefoot strobel construction offers flexibility and comfortSynthetic leather and mesh upperReflective details for increased visibility in low lightLycra neoprene lining for padded comfort treated with Aegisantimicrobial solution8mm M Bound allows for cushioned entry into Bareform movement0mm ball to heel drop keeps you connected to your terrainWash as needed in cold water, gentle cycle and air dryVegan friendly footwearNatural flex outsole with 2.5mm lug depth allows for dynamic foot movementMerrell Bare Access Arc Soler with Vibram rubber podsJ89764

- Campmor

For distance runners and those new to barefoot running, the Bare Access shoes from Merrell give you a barefoot feel with added toe-to-heel cushioning for protection from sustained impacts due to longer runs or a new barefoot training program.


Merrell Men's Barefoot Run Bare Access Arc

previously retailed for:
$49.98 - $90.00

The Merrell Men's Barefoot Run Bare Access Arc is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 29, 2014 at EMS.

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