Colors: Brown Sugar (shown), Black, and Chocolate Brown
Sizes Available: 7 to 15 in medium width
Weight: 1lb 13oz
Upper Material: The upper material is a PU coated leather and fabric making them ideal for wet weather conditions. If they get wet the water beads right up and rolls off the shoe.
Outsole Material: The outsole uses the Merrell M-Select grip. This grip delivers a durable, highly slip-resistant stability on wet and dry ground, over mixed terrain.
Fit and Sizing: The fit and sizing are true to the size. I typically wear a 10.5 medium width and that’s what I’ve been using with these shoes. The fit is extremely comfortable.
MSRP: $110 direct from Merrell
- Bellow tongue keeps debris out
- Removable EVA footbed
- Molded nylon arch shank
- Merrell air cushion in the heel absorbs shock and adds stability
- 5mm lug depth
- Everyday casual wear
- Mountain Biking
- Trail Hiking
- Extremely Comfortable
- Extremely lightweight – due to the construction of this shoe it allows you to move through the woods and on the trails quietly, enhancing your ability to scout & stalk game or just stay quiet & hidden.
- Highly weather resistant
- The only con I have noticed is the shoe laces. They tend to want to come undone unless you tie a really tight knot. One option you have is to replace the factory shoe laces with a pair of Rhino Laces that will probably outlast the shoe.
Bottom Line/Overall Performance:
The overall performance of these shoes has been nothing short of impressive. I’ve been wearing them on a daily basis for several weeks with absolutely no issues. I’ve done plenty of normal day to day walking, mountain biking, and hiking. The one thing that really stands out to me is the weight of these shoes. It almost feels as if you’re wearing a minimalist shoe. If you’re looking for an adventure shoe for your fall hikes and adventures, give the Merrell Fraxion a serious look.
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