Verdict from 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The majority of reviews for the Merrell Siren 2 Wrap suggest that it's super comfortable right from the box.
  • It is a stylish sandal that is a joy to wear, according to some.
  • Many love that the Merrell Siren 2 Wrap hiking sandals give them plenty of protection for the toes.
  • The textured footbed provides good air circulation and drainage, says a very satisfied customer.
  • They fit perfectly, note a couple of wearers.
  • Several people who have foot problems find this hiking sandal to be very supportive.

1 reason not to buy

  • The way the sandal is constructed makes it difficult to remove small rocks without having to take the whole shoe off, according to one reviewer.

Bottom line

The Siren Wrap 2 is a women's-specific performance sandal that is well-loved for its out-of-the-box comfort, stylish look, and practical features, such as the breathable footbed and closed-toe construction. Since it's designed exclusively for women, it grants a precise fit each time.

Lots of female hikers and outdoorsy folks also love how supportive this outdoor sandal is. Surely, it makes a great sandal for light hiking, traveling, and simply strolling around the town.

Tip: see the best hiking sandals.

Good to know

-Made of suede and mesh upper, the Merrell Siren 2 Wrap makes a comfortable and supportive footwear for women. It comes with a neoprene lining for added comfort, and an air cushion in the heel that absorbs shock and adds stability.

-For plush cushioning and rebound, it uses the Q FORM 2 dual-density midsole that offers light pronation relief. This sandal is also equipped with the M.Select GRIP outsole for durable traction.

The Merrell Siren 2 Wrap women's sandal features a closed-toe construction. It has a pointed toe that looks dressy and sophisticated but still quite roomy enough to protect the toes comfortably. Furthermore, the hook and loop closure system allows for quick adjustability.

Specifically designed for the outdoors, this hiking sandal from Merrell features the M.Select GRIP outsole. It has a lug depth of 3mm which means it offers more contact area with the ground, making it highly suitable for hard and smooth surfaces, such as concrete paths, traditional roads, and light trail. There are grooves around the edges that improve traction and help channel out water, preventing slips.

For its cushioning system, the Merrell Siren 2 Wrap uses a heel-centering technology called the QForm Midsole that offers stride-specific cushioning for female feet. It's based on the fact that women tend to have a Q-Angle (the area just below the hip) leaning slightly higher as compared to men's, therefore increasing the pressure on a woman’s hips, knees and back. 

This hiking sandal has an upper made of suede and mesh. Together, these materials make for a durable sandal that is still very breathable despite its closed-toe design. Additionally, it comes with neoprene lining that feels soft to the skin, offering plush comfort with every step. 

Like other Merrell hiking sandals, the Siren Wrap 2 uses an easy-to-use closure system featuring hooks and loops. By simply pulling the strap, this sandal can be easily tightened. Furthermore, it's designed using a last specifically patterned after the female foot so it offers a comfortable fit.

Another great feature of this hiking sandal is the air cushion in the heel which works by absorbing shock and centering the heel on contact for added stability. It's consists of a firm, a supportive area in the midsole that keeps foot centered, and a soft region that delivers cushioning as the wearer pushes off and takes the next step.

This sandal comes with a pull loop at the back for easy on and off.


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