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- Leather and Mesh
- M Select GRIP sole
- Heel measures approximately 2"
- Slip-on clog with mesh upper featuring leather trims and shock-absorbing air cushion heel
- M-Select GRIP outsole for improved traction
- Breathable mesh lining
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This slide takes walking comfort to the next level. Find all-day support in the leather/mesh upper and flexy, cushioned soles.
Slip into an easygoing casual look with the Encore Bypass from Merrell. The lightweight mesh upper keeps things cool while the contoured footbed gives you support and flexibility. With the ease of a slip-on, it's the perfect fit for that go anywhere shoe that's always ready and waiting by the door.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B005O65HJ4
- Item model number: Encore Bypass
- Date first listed on Amazon: August 8, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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---Comfortable fit, seem well-made (duh, they're Merrells)
---Breathe marginally better than shoes with full-leather-uppers
---"Mesh" descriptions imply the mesh is solid straight through to the inside of the shoe, but it is not. This might have been okay, but
---Inner lining of shoe doesn't breathe well
---Great shoes for Summer in upper Catskills, avoid if you live south of Pennsylvania, and if you live south of Virginia, there's a good chance nothing much will help you stay cool outside anyway...
If you live anywhere with temperatures regularly above 85 Fahrenheit, don't buy these. The "mesh" uppers on these are mostly aesthetic, and rest atop a solid layer of cloth. I understand the description lists a cloth lining. However, if the lining is primarily an insulator and does not, in fact, "breathe" well (as advertised) the mesh is of little to no value.
I thought I might be imagining it, because surely the mesh topper wouldn't be inhibited by a single layer of cloth as long as it breathes well, right?
So I ran a little experiment comparing the Merrells to my (dark-grey) running shoes in terms of how well they stay cool. To ensure reasonable control, I stood outside in both pairs of shoes in direct sunlight for 3 minutes before getting into my (already-cool) car to test. Placing my feet in the Merrels and then under the AC unit in my car, it took 3 minutes before I could even *begin* to feel any of the coolness underneath. I did the same experiment with my running shoes and started feeling the coolness on my toes within 30s.
Actually, I might just move on from Merrell altogether and try another maker, though I've been wearing Merrell shoes since 2006.