Meindl Meran Lady GTX

 

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Wide fitting 3-4 season hill walking boot

The Meindl Meran lady GTX is a sturdy hill walking boot  from the Meindl Comfort Fit range which means that it has a generous width in the forefoot area and is therefore worth considering if you have a wide foot. The Meran is 4mm wider in the forefoot than say the Meindl Borneo.

It has as a medium flex and good lateral support to deal with hill and easy mountain terrain. If the generous forefoot width is of interest but the firm flex performance typical of a Borneo is preferred for more demanding mountain terrain then the Bernina lady 2 could be considered.

The Meran Lady GTX is a boot that comes with Meindl's usual excellent build quality and materials. It has a waxed nubuck leather upper backed with a Gortex membrane for waterproofness, a cork and fleece footbed for comfort and a durable sole with an EVA wedge for cushioning.

  • Nubuck and velour leather uppers with Memory foam fit to heel area.
  • Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex lining.
  • Meindl Comfort Hiker sole unit with cork and fleece footbed for added comfort.

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