Merrell Jungle Glove Shoes - Minimalist (For Women)

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About Merrell Jungle Glove Shoes - Minimalist (For Women)

Closeouts. If you prefer a minimal, zero-drop design, great traction and a glove-like fit you can wear without socks, you'll definitely appreciate Merrell's Jungle Glove shoes.


Specs about Merrell Jungle Glove Shoes - Minimalist (For Women)

  • Upper: Pigskin leather
  • Lining: Fabric
  • Outsole: Vibram® rubber
  • Heel to toe drop: 0mm
  • Weight (pair): 11.6 oz.
  • Made in China
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  • US shipments only


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4.532258 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 62 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jacque the teacher from Illinois on Sunday, June 22, 2014
I wear my Jungle Mocs all winter, and my feet are so happy and warm, so I decided to try the Jungle Gloves .... I have "difficult" feet and need specific types of support, so I wasn't planning to hold my breath on the minimalist shoes. I tried the Jungle Gloves on as soon as I could take them out ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Madelaine from Illinois on Thursday, January 21, 2016
    This is my second pair of jungle gloves; I now own them in black and gunstock. They fit like they were custom-molded for my feet, and I've never had any issue with breaking them in. For people who haven't worn zero-drop shoes, be aware that it's a little unusual at first, and you may notice that your heels are hitting the ground harder than usual when you walk. Just stick with it; you're likely used to walking in shoes with giant wedges of cushioning at the heel! Think of these as stylish, protective socks, and you'll do just fine.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Michelle from Charlotte on Wednesday, July 29, 2015
    I received a lot of good comments on this shoes.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Birdy from Vermont from Vermont on Wednesday, July 29, 2015
    Yup, When They Say '' Glove '' They're Not Kidding
    Narrow Feet REJOICE …. But, It Takes some Getting Use to … Due to the Extremely Low Heel
    I Ordered my usual 61/2 … Too Long ( ? )
    Went Back for a 6 and a wee bit tight … but stretched out nicely to fit fine…..
    Deep enuf for my drugstore insert …also
    Low Heel - STABLE - Shoes … Good for ''Seniors'' -- Sans Looking ''Frumpy'' !!!
    P.S. Affordable Only @ SIERRA ( Believe me … I'm the Queen of Google : )
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by acts1213 from Wisconsin on Monday, June 29, 2015
    These are like wearing bedroom slippers. I got the blue - the color is bright and fun and you feel like you're walking barefoot.

  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Amy from northeast Iowa on Thursday, June 11, 2015
    Light-weight, comfortable, and flexible shoe. Great traction. Easy to slip on. True to size. Fits my narrow feet well. Surprisingly water resistant.

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    • They are soft suede, not waterproof. I've never gotten mine wet but I don't think it would be good for the leather.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 6:38:24 PM by wzl from slc, ut
    • Though comfortable, these shoes have a thin sole. They are suitable for driving and around the house. I cannot wear them for a full day on hard surfaces. I have seen my son's rock climbing shoes and they have a thin, curved sole so maybe these would suit your purpose but they are not meant to be outdoor, hiking, climbing shoes. They are suede with a cloth interior so they are not waterproof.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 6:48:44 PM by Traveling about from Georgia, Idaho
    • They are not waterproof. They would probably be okay if you got them wet once or twice, but are not made for waterspouts.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 6:50:39 PM by szqconard from Inland Pacific Northwest
    • Better as street shoes or maybe for driving. They are soft, have no arch support, and are slip ons. I would not think they are suitable for any outdoor activity.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 7:01:06 PM by JK from WA
    • Definitely NOT suitable for any serious canyoneering. They would rapidly disintegrate and are certainly not waterproof. They are cute, comfortable kicking-around shoes, not meant for anything more.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 7:18:47 PM by woman who runs from Durango, CO
    • No, they are leather. I suppose getting them wet wouldn't be terrible but certainly not waterproof.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 7:31:56 PM by Court in the canoe from the Ozarks
    • No, they are not waterproof. You don't want to get them wet.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 8:13:31 PM by Out With the Dogs from Salt Lake City
    • They will handle light moisture, but I wouldn't recommend them for extended walks unless you are very accustomed to minimalist shoes. They have very little cushioning and a very neutral foot bed.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 8:32:10 PM by Reggie from Texas
    • I would not wear these shoes for canyoneering. They are ideal for an everyday attractive go to shoe. They are not waterproof.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 9:33:04 PM by Walkabout from Arizona
    • NO, these Merrell Jungle Glove Shoes are not appropriate for canyoneering. They have virtually no support to them, they are not waterproof,
      and NO they shouldn't get wet. However, personally, I love these shoes for driving, for walking on smooth, uncluttered walkways (as in no rocks, sticks,
      protrusions), for walking about town (as at the farmers market). Yes, these shoes are comfortable, with a good sole, but they're not for sporting activities. Therefore, while I suggest you steer away from these Merrells for canyoneering, I cannot suggest nor recommend a shoe for that purpose. Perhaps some fellow canyoneers or someone on a canyoneer's blog can be of help to you.
      Answered on 3/10/2015 10:46:58 PM by Desert Camper from Northern California, in the Sierras, at 4,200 ft elevation
    • These shoes aren't waterproof, but they could get wet. They're nubuck/suede, so they may never look quite the same after immersion, but that isn't all that important for canyoneering. You might want to stuff them with paper after getting them wet to avoid shrinkage, unless you just wear them until they dry out. Otherwise, I think they'd be a good shoe for that purpose if you want to really feel what's going on under your feet (they' don't have a deeply cushioned footbed).
      Answered on 3/11/2015 1:14:54 AM by Sedonite from Sedona AZ
    • They're suede, so you'd need to hit them with some waterproofing spray first if you felt they might be wet often. Also, they're not high-cut and the elastic gore in the top goes somewhat deep, so any water that would cover your toes would get your feet quite soggy.
      Answered on 3/11/2015 7:35:17 AM by Maddy from Chicago
    • These are not waterproof.
      Answered on 3/11/2015 10:13:07 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters

About Merrell

The story of Merrell boots all started with a guy named Randy Merrell, who began handcrafting leather hiking boots back in 1981, shortly after graduating from industrial shoemaking school. By the mid-80s, Randy’s boots had already gained critical acclaim before being named “best boots in the world” by Backpacker Magazine. The next decade saw the arrival of new footwear, including the ever-popular Jungle Moc, which helped launch the after-sport category. Today, Merrell hiking boots, running shoes and sneakers are still among the best on the market, always combining the newest technology, innovative designs and outstanding comfort. Whether you hike, run, walk or just appreciate high-quality shoes and boots, we’re confident that you’ll love Merrell shoes.