Merrell Barefoot Run Bare Access Ultra

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

It's good to keep the feel of the ground under your feet, but sometimes you also need a little extra cushion to keep your feet going over long distances. Merrell's Bare Access Running Shoe is for men looking for a minimalist-style zero-drop running shoe with some extra padding. The Bare Access Ultra has a breathable mesh lining treated with M select Fresh odor control so you won't find yourself cringing when you take your shoe off after a run. The M Bound DST midsole will maintain its cushion even after sustained use on hard and packed surfaces as well as provide immediate feedback to your foot for an accelerated response time. A 0mm drop offers a more minimalist style shoe, but with 12mm of cushion, your foot will keep fresh on those long-distance endurance races or those packed trails that are more akin to slick rock than dirt. And for those times when things get greasy, a Vibram sole with a 4mm lug depth will keep you on your feet.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Made for barefoot runners who want impact protection, the lightweight Merrell Bare Access Ultra running shoes deliver full-foot cushioning to buffer the effects of running on hard pavement.

- REI refers to the men's version

On Sale. Free Shipping. Merrell Men's Bare Access Ultra Shoe FEATURES of the Merrell Men's Bare Access Ultra Shoe Mesh and TPU upper Protective toe cap Reflective details for increased visibility in low light Breathable mesh lining treated with M Select fresh odor control Wash as needed in cold water (gentle cycle) air Dry

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

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previously retailed for:
$52.73 - $99.95

The Merrell Barefoot Run Bare Access Ultra is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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