1.362 users: 4.6 / 5
Weight: Women 258g
Use: Light Hiking
Cut: Low cut
Features: Lightweight / Breathable / Orthotic friendly

Verdict from 8.4 hours of research from the internet

6 reasons to buy

  • The majority of the Merrell Siren Edge 3 reviews speak of its amazing comfort.
  • Several women looking for wide hiking shoes are happy to know that this model is available in both standard and wide variants.
  • The grippy tread makes hiking more fun, a handful of people say.
  • Some find the Merrell Siren Edge 3 hiking shoes very supportive. Someone who suffers from arthritis has experienced a great reduction in pain using them.
  • It's a versatile shoe. Some people use it not just for hiking but also for walking around and exercising.
  • Quite a few reviewers also attest to its durability. They believe their Merrell outdoor shoes will last for a long time.

1 reasons not to buy

  • This shoe is not suitable for rugged terrain, according to some.

Bottom line

A stylish hiker designed specifically for women, the Merrell Siren Edge 3 boasts of out-of-the-box comfort and amazing support. It also ticks the boxes for durability, flexibility, and fit.

Even those who have wide feet can get their pair of these shoes without sacrificing fit and comfort. Plus, this Merrell hiker is very versatile. Apart from hiking, it also makes a great shoe for exercising and walking around. 

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  • This versatile hiker features a mesh and 3D-printed TPU upper with nylon arch shank and a removable contoured insole that provides support to the three arches of the foot.
  • Another change from its predecessor (Siren Edge Q2) is the addition of a Vibram outsole that suits wet and dry surfaces and performs well on both level and sloping grounds.

The Merrell Siren Edge 3 women's shoes are constructed using an engineered last designed specifically for a woman's foot. This is to ensure a precise and comfortable fit. It has a traditional lace-up closure for a personalized fit and lightly padded tongue and collar for enhanced comfort, protection, and support.

The newest Siren Edge is equipped with the Vibram TC5+ outsole which is made of long-wearing rubber compound. It sticks nicely to dry and wet surfaces, as well as leveled and sloping grounds. However, the lugs are not too deep which makes it less ideal for rugged terrain. 

For the midsole, this shoe features EVA foam that is known for its lightness and flexibility. Reinforcing the cushioning system is the Kinetic Fit Tri removable insole which is contoured like the foot. This footbed offers absolute arch coverage and advanced heel lock which is greatly beneficial for women who suffer from foot pain and similar conditions. Nonetheless, since it's removable, the wearer can use their own orthotics.

Between the insole and the outsole is a nylon shank as part of the shoe's supportive structure and helps keep the feet stable when walking or running.

A capable hiker best used for light hiking in the summer, the Siren Edge 3 boasts of a mesh and 3D-printed TPU upper. More than a style, the 3D TPU overlays keep the structure of the shoe and offer additional support for the foot. This shoe doesn't have a waterproof membrane so needless to say, it's very breathable. However, it's not ideal for really wet conditions. Good thing it's made of mesh so it dries pretty fast after exposure to moisture.  

-The Merrell Siren Edge 3 is a vegan-friendly product.

-It also comes in a waterproof and a mid-top version.

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Paul Ronto
Paul Ronto

Paul loves adventure. Over the past 20 years, he has climbed, hiked, and ran all over the world. He’s summited peaks throughout the Americas, trekked through Africa, and tested his endurance in 24-hour trail races. He has worked in the outdoor industry as a whitewater and hunting guide, gear tester, copywriter, and outfitting specialist at places like The National Outdoor Leadership School, No Barriers USA, and Sierra Trading Post. He has been quoted in NYMag, NBCNews, and Business Insider to name a few.