Merrell Mimosa Toggle

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Whether she's hitting the trail or hanging out on the playground, this kids hiking shoe keeps up. Waterproof to weather the puddles and wet months, this easy entry workhorse stays dry, and shouldn't stink thanks to the anti-odor breathable mesh lining and removable footbed. Cutting edge sole lets her tear it up.

- Merrell

The Merrell Girls' Mimosa Toggle Hiking Shoe is all that your little lady needs to go from princess to, well, "mountain princess." The Mimosa is a durable hiker that offers it all, so she can get outside and play hard. There's a durable suede and breathable mesh upper that boasts the M-Select Fresh, which naturally prevents odor before it starts. The Tailspin has a supportive, cushioning midsole and the M-Select Grip, which tunes each outsole with durable traction that grips when and where he needs it. The molded nylon arch shank gives tons of durable support for the long haul (or at least till he outgrows them). Add to that the air cushion in the heels, so he can skip and jump without a rapid, jolting shock to his growing joints. And as he leaps to and fro on boulders and beaches, there's no need to worry about him tripping over his laces or flopping around in his shoe, because the elastic cord and lock lacing system makes for a quick and secure fit.


Merrell Mimosa Toggle

previously retailed for:
$27.48 - $60.00

The Merrell Mimosa Toggle is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 14, 2014 at

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