0C196EMHN5H144 Mens thermo forget about 2 mid wp trekking boot

(8 customer reviews)


  • one hundred% leather-based
  • made in u. S. A. Or imported
  • vibram sole
  • shaft measures about ankle from arch
  • boot establishing measures about five” around
  • water resistant membrane seals out water and lets moisture get away shielding shell keeps ft dry complete grain leather top snowshoe strap ridge for stability gaiter d-ring fleece lining for brought warmth kinetic in shape base detachable contoured insole merrell air cushion within the heel absorbs surprise light-weight eva foam midsole vibram arctic grip all terrain outsole layout for grip on moist ice and combined winter conditions

product description

this iciness overachiever features a defensive rubber shell for all-over defense from snow and low-bulk insulation for all-round warmth in bloodless temps.


7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 13, 14 Women/14 Men, 15 Women/15 Men


Black, Merrell Grey, Seal Brown

8 reviews for 0C196EMHN5H144 Mens thermo forget about 2 mid wp trekking boot

  1. ReviewerJ

    Used this on two winter snowshoe trips in the BWCA. Temps ranged from 20 to -8 F and never had cold feet. Wore with a medium weight Darn Tough wool sock during the warmer parts and a heavier weight Wigwam wool sock when it was colder. Never had sweaty feet and insoles and socks were completely dry. The boot insulation above my toes/below laces did feel damp to the touch after 3 days of continuous wear (except sleeping) but did not seem to affect warmth.Sizing was perfect just like the other Merrell boots I own. Normally I wear a size 11 in summer boots and I bought these in 11.5 to give extra room for heavy socks when it was cold. Could probably have went with 11 and fit the heavy wool socks without discomfort. I think I could fit two pairs of wool socks without hurting my feet because of the extra half size. If you are using these boot for normal daily winter wear and aren’t messing with larger sock configurations, buy your normal size.Soles had great traction on loose snow, hard packed snow and ice covered rocks. The tread is great, hands down best traction you can expect from rubber soles in the winter. The soles also fit great in snowshoe bindings and did not slip off one bit. I’d say they were perfect for wilderness trips on snowshoes.As other reviewers noted, they have a high arch. My other Merrell boots have less arch and fit me like a glove. It did not give me discomfort but was noticeable. If I had my choice it would be better to have a little less after hours of walking. I’d still buy them again regardless of this.Read more

  2. R Shapiro

    I settled on these over the thermo Adventure due to the high back to be able to blouse my boots if need be. First off the arch support is pretty high on these and for reference I wear Timberland Pro and Carolina log boots all year long home and work. To be fair it can be said that it takes time to adjust to new boots or to break them in but these are not that scenario. I’ve never had to break in boots with arch support being the main break in part. Maybe Merrell thought it would be better for balance in snow or icy conditions or maybe my foot just isn’t made for this style of boot. On the subject of ice, these are not the best for wet ice despite the branding. As far as snow and general winter hiking the tread is quite aggressive and should hold in most situations.Overall i personally would not recommend these boots as the main complaint is the arch feeling terrible. PS, i did a simple walk around the house when i first got them and they felt ok but within a hour or so of walking i seen the light. If you can, stand around in them for 10-20 minutes so you can at least get a feel for them and still be able to return if need be.Read more

  3. Janet

    Only boots my son wants for work as a postal worker (walking hours each day) all seasonsRead more

  4. M. Turski

    This is a great boot, keeps his feet warm, but it does run a little small. We ordered his normal size and a size larger to see which would fit best. The larger one was the correct fit.Read more

  5. F.B.

    Nice boots for snow, warm and waterproof. Advertised as good for ice but personally found them very slippery on any sort of ice especially when there is snow over ice. Have the bruises to show for it. Fit is a little small so order a full size up.Read more

  6. Rito Daan

    I’ve been using it all day on the snow and stayed dry and warm even at 7F (-14C). It is a true waterproof boots. Doesn’t slip and slide when walking on black ice. True to size even with thick socks (I have wide feet). Very comfortable.Read more

  7. Paul Garbutt

    Product arrived in time and definitely was great and exceeded my expectations.Read more

  8. Wcountry3

    Best fitting Boot I have ever had.Read more

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