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I bought in my size ant they were a perfect fit and comfortable with thick walking socks on.
Liz
· 24 March 2019
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I went for a size up for this reason based on my previous merrell boots. My feet are much happier at the end of a long hike. So yes I would go for a size up
Dr Lis
· 24 March 2019
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Yes. I wore mine on the Inca Trail and it rained throughout the second day. Other members of the group complained about wet feet. My feet remained dry.
Lindsay
· 03 November 2019
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never had a problem with waterproof the ones I have just bought have a guarantee
Christine B.
· 07 August 2021
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I have used these for walking on icy pavements and unfortunately they do not grip very well in those conditions. It's a shame as these are brilliant otherwise.
Dr Dinwiddie
· 09 February 2021
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Haven't really worn my boots in very wet conditions, so can't answer if they are waterproof or not but "yes" the laces are a bit on the short side when new but they stretch with wear. This was my first pair of merrell boots and I have been very happy with them
Barbara
· 06 August 2021
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No, not very wide. Do you like wet feet? These are NOT waterproof. I have fairly narrow feet. I got Berghous gore tex, they are narrow and waterproof. Navy blue, can’t remember the name. The Merrill boots are a ridiculous price to get wet feet. I was not the only one, read the reviews.
J R
· 09 November 2020
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Have been through puddles and streams, not actually stood in them, and not found any real water coming through. Have stood in a long grassed field with a dog and again feet dry. I live in quite a wet area. Hope this helps.
monty54
· 07 July 2021