Product Review: Shoes

These are my new Merrell® Siren Sport Multi-Sport Shoes.  I ordered them because I liked the look, and the reviews were amazing no matter what website I went to.  I have found that since my ankle surgery, a lot of shoes hit on  tender spots along my scar. These however, I am happy to say, don’t do that. They are extremely comfortable. They fit snugly, but aren’t too tight. They have a strong vibram sole, which is a plus. I need something that I can wear to walk in the grass or outside on the gravel and not worry about turning my ankle. These will definitely take care of that issue. 

This is what Bass Pro Shops had to say about them: 


Merrell® Siren Sport Multi-Sport

Built for women from the inside out, this outdoor multi-sport shoe provides gives ladies a dynamic, multi-functional shoe with style. The Siren Sport features a full grain synthetic leather and breathable four-way stretch mesh upper. Its comfortable breathable mesh lining is treated with Aegis™ antimicrobial technology. Top comfort is provided by the 4.5 mm anatomical footbed and Q-Form™ triple density compression molded EVA footframe specially designed for women. Top support is provided by the nylon injection molded arch shank, air cushion midsole, and Vibram® Siren™ rubber outsole. Average weight: 2 lbs. 
Color: Elephant/Pink. Imported.


    Features:

  • Full grain, synthetic leather and breathable 4-way stretch mesh upper
  • Air Cushion midsole with Women’s-specific Q-Form® Alignment Technology
  • Injection molded arch shank for proper support
  • Vibram Siren rubber outsole
  • Breathable mesh lining with Aegis antimicrobial technology
 On a scale of 1-5  I give them a 5 !    🙂


Note:  This page was originally written in April 2011. Now it’s 2012 and I am happy to say that I am still wearing these shoes, almost daily. They have held up exceptionally well, and I often wear them to work. They have a rugged sole, and are very comfortable. My original rating still stands,   5 Stars! 

This article was originally posted by Louise Cunningham on Runnersramblings.com.


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