While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Radius. Read all reviews »

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Hike Saturday. Trail bike Sunday. Walk to work Monday. Run in the park Tuesday. Fly Wednesday. Power-shop Thursday. Party Friday. Radius: many directions, one shoe. Nubuck leather uppers and mesh bellows tongue and mesh lining keep you cool and comfortable whether you're attacking a highly technical trail or a high-tech project at work. Vibram Multi-Grip sole with 5mm lugs performs multiple roles. Off-road performance with athletic-shoe styling.

- Altrec Outdoors

An aggressive, low-cut all-terrain hiking shoe that keeps traction and protection at a high level. The Radius is built for multisport use. Nubuck leather upper is slip-lasted for a close fit. Polyester mesh lining wicks moisture. Air Mesh and nubuck leather tongue. Air Cushion midsole absorbs the brunt of the shock and centers the heel for all-day comfort. Compression-molded EVA foot frame absorbs shocks and hard landings. Women-specific Q-Form Alignment System supports and aligns a woman's natural stride. Wishbone heel counter and oversized toe bumper protect back to front. Nylon injected arch shank stabilizes feet for proper positioning.


An aggressive low-cut that's prone to roam, keeping traction and protection at a high level. Nubuck leather upper is slip-lasted for a close fit and fitted with narrow gauge tunnel webbing for effortless lacing. Wishbone heel counter and oversized toe bumper protect back to front. Vibram Multi-Grip sole. Slip Lasted Construction Nubuck Leather Upper Micro Injection External Heal Counter Rubber Toe Bumper 7.5mm Narrow Gauge Webbing Air Mesh/Leather Bellows Tongue Polyester Mesh Lining 4.5 Anatomical Footbed Nylon 6.6 Injection Molded Arch Shank Compression Molded EVA Footframe Q-Form Alignment System (women) Air Cushion Midsole 5mm Sole Lug Depth Vibram Multi-Grip Sole/TC1 & TC1+ Rubber Weight: 1 lb. 12 oz.

- Campmor

CLOSEOUTS. Merrell Radius low shoes are outstanding multi-purpose models that work well as athletic walkers, hikers and trail runners, plus offer Merrell's legendary fit and style. Durable upper with heel counter for stability Anatomic, shock-absorbing midsole with arch support Removable Air Cushion(R) insole Rapid lacing system Toe bumper Padded collar Cushioned, gusseted tongue Lugged Vibram(R) outsole 1 lb. 14 oz. pr. Nubuck upper Medium width CLOSEOUTS. China

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping on Your Whole Order when you buy select shoes and boots. Ends 11/15. Aggressive Vibram Multi-Grip outsoles feature sticky rubber and deep lugs for stability and braking on various surfaces. Air Mesh and leather bellowed tongues provide a superior fit while enhancing ventilation; narrow webbing lacing eyelets offer firm instep security. Anatomic footbeds offer precision comfort and moisture management. Compression-molded EVA footframes with Air Cushion heel pockets provide cushioning, stability and durability. From the center of town to the outer circle of nature, these low-cut Radius trainers adapt to your multisport demands. Molded nylon arch shanks supply torsional stability on uneven terrain. Polyester mesh linings help absorb and disperse moisture quickly; heel loops aid ease of entry. Q-Form alignment system provides women with a precise anatomic fit for superb, tailored comfort. Uppers feature supple yet supportive nubuck leather with protective rubber toe bumpers and injection-molded heel counters.


Merrell Women's Radius


The Women's Radius has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$43.16 - $90.00

The Merrell Women's Radius is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 9, 2010 at Altrec Outdoors.

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