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Merrell Outbound Mid Gore-Tex

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I've had these for two years now and they have all…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Source: tried it in the store

Summary

I've had these for two years now and they have all the features a medium weight pack carrying backpacker could want. They would also make a great boot for someone who just wanted a sturdy, supportive, mid weight boot with the comfort of a running shoe.

I like how they have the Aegis antimicrobial feature since I will start hunting in them soon and need to keep my scent down. They also have a very aggressive lug pattern/treat, which I was striving to find.

My only pet peeve about them is that they didn't have a slightly wider size in this available at the store I purchased them at (blue ridge mountain sports outlet outside of Richdmond, Va.). Merrell may not even manufacture a wider width in this boot.

I haven't been on any drawn out backpacking/hunting adventures with them as of yet to determine if this will be a major nuisance, but it could because I have a regular to medium-regular width foot. I believe these are discontinued, as they are not featured on the Merrell website as of 01-21-2013.

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Merrell Outbound Mid Gore-Tex

MSRP:
$195.00 (men's)

The Merrell Outbound Mid Gore-Tex is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 31, 2014 at EMS.

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Specs

men's
Weight 3 lb
Sizes 7 - 12 (Half Sizes) 13, 14, 15
Materials Cordura / Ripstop Mesh Upper, Comfort Padded Lycra Collar, GORE-TEX