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Merrell (company)

Merrell is an American footwear company founded by Clark Matis, Randy Merrell, and John Schweizer in 1981 as a maker of high-performance hiking boots. Since 1997 the company has been a wholly owned subsidiary of shoe industry giant Wolverine World Wide. The company recorded total sales of footwear and clothing of nearly $500 million in 2010.


Merrell may refer to:

  • Merrell (company), an American footwear maker
  • Merrell Tavern, a historic tavern in South Lee, Massachusetts, USA
  • Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, former U.S. pharmaceutical company
  • Barry Merrell (b. 1945), Canadian professional ice hockey player
  • Billy Merrell (b. 1982), American author and poet
  • James Merrell (b. 1953), American historian and college professor
  • John Porter Merrell (1846-1916), American admiral
  • Joseph F. Merrell (1926-1945), American soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
  • Merrell Fankhauser (b. 1943), American singer, songwriter, and guitarist
  • Merrell Jackson (1952-1991), American actor