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Go All Out.
Hiking in warm, wet, or jungle environments isn't really the time for a burly hiking boot, but it is the perfect opportunity to wear the Merrell All Out Blaze Sieve Women's Shoe. The All Out takes its cues from Merrell's hiking shoes—see the cushy UniFly midsole and TCS+ Vibram rubber outsole—but the upper is made of waterproof mesh and synthetic material, so stream crossings and sudden downpours won't mean that your feet will stay soggy for hours. The stretchy neoprene collar and quick lace system keep the fit snug, comfortable, and easily adjustable, and Merrell's M-Select Fresh antimicrobial treatment fights off odor so your feet don't smell like they've been sitting in water for three days, even if they've been sitting in water for three days.
- Waterproof leather and synthetic upper
- Neoprene stretch collar
- UniFly midsole
- TCS+ Vibram rubber outsole
- M-Select Fresh antimicrobial treatment
- Quick lace
- Q & A
Merrell all out blaze
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 6.5
Gave as a gift my sister says the are comfortable
I wanted to love these
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 10
After owning these a few weeks I ended up returning them. They didn't get any comfier with wear, and the leather started to look faded and worn after only a few times in the water. They just didn't meet the standards I'm used to with Merrell. As much as I wanted to love them, I just couldn't make them work.
I absolutely loved the look of these! The green color is super cute, and I liked that they weren't as open as other, similar, sandals. But sadly I didn't love them. Based on other reviews that the shoe was narrow, I ordered a half size up. Big mistake. I reordered my normal size 10 and they fit much better. I don't have a narrow foot, and there was still plenty of room in the toe box, and they did not feel tight at all. I was hoping to use these for kayaking and stomping through the creek with my dog. Sadly though they let in so many pebbles and other debris when in the water, that I will only use them for running errands, ect. They are definitely not comfy enough to go hiking, or running in. The inside seams rub against my front toes after extended use.