Merrell Winterbelle Peak Waterproof


Weight 2 lb 7 oz
Sizes 5 - 11 (Half Sizes)
Materials Waterproof Suede Leather and Nylon Upper, 300 g Fleece Thermo Insulation Lining, 200 g Merrell Opti-Warm Synthetic Insulation

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Merrell's Winterbelle Peak Waterproof page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Embrace every snow bank with the stunningly winter-savvy Women's Winterbelle Peak Waterproof Snow Boots from Merrell. High cut with a frivolous fleece collar for the cold, this beauty is a beast when it comes to keeping you warm and dry: a waterproof suede and nylon upper packed with Merrell Opti-Warminsulation, and a durable waterproof shell below. Inside zipper makes for an easy exit

- Altrec Outlet

The Merrell Winterbelle Peak gives you the confidence to push through all the puddles, slush and snow you meet across town, with insulated uppers and waterproof construction to keep you dry and comfortable.Waterproof suede leather and nylon upper.Strobel construction offers flexibility and comfort.300g fleece thermo-insulated lining for added warmth.200g Merrell Opti-Warm lightweight, low-bulk synthetic insulation.EVA waterproof shell.Bellows tongue keeps debris out.Inside zipper for easy on and off.Molded nylon arch shank.Compression-molded EVA footframe for stability and comfort.4.0mm sole lug depth.Merrell Winterbelle Sole/Sticky Rubber.Weight: 2 lbs. 7 oz. (pair) J68106

- Campmor

Merrell Winterbelle Peak Waterproof


The Merrell Winterbelle Peak Waterproof is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 26, 2013 at Altrec Outlet.

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