Information about Merrell Arctic Fox Winter Boots - Waterproof, Insulated, Pull Ons (For Women)
Closeouts. Proof that cold-weather footwear can be both stylish and high performing, Merrell's Arctic Fox winter boots have a sleek design joined by zoned insulation for warmth and a waterproof breathable membrane to keep feet dry.
Reviewed by taterhater from Idaho on Monday, December 9, 2013
I purchased these and haven't even received them yet. But I wanted to let folks know something that may help them choose this boot. I have a pair of size 8.5 Merrell Tiaga boots that had the same issue.
Merrell puts in a VERY thick removable insole in these winter boots that is about 1.25" th...
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Reviewed by arctic fox from PA on Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Boots are great. A little stiff when you first put them on but they do keep your feet warm. The one boot at the top of the zipper did rub the calf a little but if you have extra long socks on there is no problem. Very happy.
Reviewed by Casco girl from Maine on Monday, January 27, 2014
Great boot. Only 2 complaints are that the loops, to help pull the boot on, are placed in a strange place. This makes them kind of useless. And they squeak-a lot! But they are comfortable, sturdy without being too stiff. And they are warm!
Reviewed by Needed warm boots from CT. on Thursday, January 16, 2014
I love these boots, and want them to work for me. Initially it was very hard to get them on with a woolen sock, which is what I wear during the cold months here in New England. I put on a lighter sock and things went much easier. I put them on every day to see if they will stretch a little and I think they are Are begining to. Still, I am wanting them to give more, and will decide in a few more days if they are keepers.
Reviewed by DebDDigger from Syracuse on Sunday, January 12, 2014
Something about the fit wasn't quite right. Maybe they would have been better with a zipper down the front instead of the side. The boot needs to be a little taller or shorter -- this height was just uncomfortable.
Reviewed by C2J from Lansing, MI on Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Purchased as my first snow boots since returning to the cold tundra after living in the south for a few years. I like these a lot and am overall happy with the purchase.
I have a very weak ankle, so these appealed to me for the additional support they offer. I ordered a half size larger and wish a full size larger had been available when I ordered, but they were sold out. The boot FITS, but there is no room to spare. I can wear thin liner type socks and cannot wear thick warmer socks with them. The boots were stiff upon arrival, but I have worn them regularly for over a week, and they are doing really well at breaking in. I even drive my stick shift care and they are flexible enough for the additional peddle pushing without discomfort. They are extremely supportive for ankles, very warm and very sturdy. My boots do have the squeak that others have reported, but I can deal with it. They have excellent traction in snow but are not as good on ice. I do have slightly chunky lower legs, but these seem to work just fine - they zip up tight but are not uncomfortable. No snow getting in, but my legs are not suffocating.
I do suggest if you have wider feet to really order larger. My left foot is a little fat and the boot is a little tight on that food, but the right side is fine.