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Merrell Rapid Glove Water Shoes

Merrell Rapid Glove Water Shoes
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Description: Merrell Rapid Glove Water Shoes

Free your feet in these barefoot water shoes that are made to wade. Made with quick-drying, water-friendly materials, this minimalist with an adjustable instep strap lets you connect with watery surfaces for better control and a barefoot experience, while draining off water, protecting your foot and grabbing watery surfaces with Vibram traction.

Key Features of the Merrell Rapid Glove Water Shoes:
  • Barefoot strobel construction offers flexibility and comfort
  • Synthetic leather and air mesh upper
  • Adjustable instep webbing strap for precise fit
  • Water-friendly, quick dry materials with drainage ports in the toe and heel to shed water
  • Synthetic protective overlay toe bumper provides durability and protection
  • Synthetic leather rear foot sling provides stability
  • Integrated footbed treated with Aegis antimicrobial solution
  • 4 mm compression molded EVA midsole cushions
  • 0mm ball to heel drop keeps you connected to your terrain
  • Wash as needed in cold water, gentle cycle and air dry
  • Vibram Aqua Glove Sole / TC-1 Rubber
  • Non-marking outsole
  • Men's Weight: 7 ozs (1/2 Pair)

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Quality shoe, comfortable and good traction on shore and boat surfaces.
Adele T on Dec 13, 2013
Lands Ends shoes didn't last 1 season. Went to Merrills, a brand I trust to be well made and last.
Paulette D W on Aug 21, 2013
I am a size 9 in almost all shoes. This shoe states for barefoot use. I want to wear a sock in these, should I get a 9 or 9.5?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2013
Best Answer: The mesh fabric that makes a majority of the Merrel Rapid Glove Water Shoe's construction will stretch. If you plan on wearing light socks, I'd recommend staying with a size 9.
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