Merrell Men's Moab Waterproof Hiking Shoes

3.6 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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  • Dura leather/synthetic mesh
  • Merrell Air Cushion in heel absorbs shock and adds stability
  • 5mm lug sole depth for deep traction on a variety of terrains
  • Synthetic leather toe cap and heel counter protect feet against rocks and roots
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Merrell’s Moab hiking shoe hits the trails head-on with the Aegis antimicrobial-treated lining and a constructed leather-reinforced breathable mesh upper. Merrell Air Cushion in the midsole gives you a comfortable ride, while the  Vibram Multi-Sport Plus sole increases braking power at the heel for more demanding terrain.

The outside is more than just a place. Merrell knows that. It’s in their DNA, their history and the inspiration for their future. What started as a one-man boot making operation in 1981 has become a global calling to get outside and get moving. Beloved by backpackers and hikers, Merrell blazed trails, creating lighter, more comfortable footwear. Evolutions in design and technology allowed runners and hikers access to multi-sport and cross-training products designed to help them go farther, faster. Thirty years later, Merrell continues to innovate new technologies focused to get you outside, to keep you moving. Get ready to take the scenic route with Merrell.

  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 9.8 x 5.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B001G0MPEC
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #324,553 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    I had owned a pair of Moab Ventilators before and loved them, just wore them out. So this time I bought the GoreTex version in prep for an upcoming trip where dampness is likely. These are just as comfortable as the regular ventilators and they come in wide widths, which are very hard to find. You can't get them in stores and even struggle to find the online. I highly recommend this shoe for moderate levels of hiking.
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    I recently hiked the Inca Trail and I wore these the entire time on the trail and during my stay in Peru. The shoes were very comfortable while walking around town as well as very durable on the 28 mile, 4 day hike to Machu Picchu. It rain all four days on the trail and not once did my feet get wet. I would highly recommend these shoes for hiking in all kinds of weather, or for those who want a very comfortable and functional pair of shoes.
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    I've done everything in these shoes: hiking in Colorado, canoeing in Virginia, November steelhead fishing in New York, Walleye fishing on Lake Erie. They are by far the most maintenance-free shoe I've ever owned. They are definitely waterproof, and the synthetic material actually kept my wet feet warm in 40-degree temperatures (don't ask me how, but I was surprised).

    Two problems with these shoes:

    1. too narrow. I got a blister the first hike with these shoes, and my right little toe tends to rub often when I wear them. I even got a 1/2 size too large.

    2. shoestrings are junk. The tubular shoestrings will NOT stay tied. I bought a $2 pair of flat strings and they've been fine.

    I would recommend this shoe, but if you think you have wide feet, you better walk around in them first!
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    I have had these shoes now for a year. I have worn them in all conditions from climbing our local mountain walking the dog - rocky and dusty- to tramping down English country lanes in the wet and the mud. We have just returned from an eight week trip to Europe. These were the only shoes I took with me and consequently wore them all day everyday. This included virtually all day walking around big cities and the aforementioned sojourn into the countryside. My observations and conclusions are: these shoes are ultra comfortable and remain so even after a hard days slog on city pavements; they are waterproof - I have tested them in all conditions and they have never let a drop of water in; they give very good off-road grip - great for walking through the Australian bush; and they are very durable - if they were going to fall apart they would have done so by now. I can thoroughly recommend them - they are the best shoes I have ever owned and will definitely buy another pair when my current pair wear out, which they show no signs of doing so far. Also, from an Australian perspective they were very much cheaper from Amazon than I could have purchased locally.
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    Just finished trailblazing a 15 mile trail through the Ozark National Forrest mountain region in Arkansas. These hiking shoes did great! Hiked up the moutain with absolutely no problems or foot slips. When I hiked down, it was pouring rain. The 7.5 miles down, these shoes kept my feet completely dry until about 1 mile from the end of the trail, and then they just got a little damp because my jeans were completely soaked and leaking water into the top of the shoe (not much you can do about that).

    I would highly recommend these shoes to anyone. Don't waste money on a cheap hiking shoe, because the shoe is the most important piece of gear you have with you. These did the job with ease.
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    I've been wearing Merrell hiking shoes for a number of years now and am now on my fifth pair. Unlike other shoes I've tried, they provide the best support and comfort for me. I've enjoyed wearing these shoes on exercise walks that I undertake three to four times weekly, weather permitting. Before going on to the issue of durability, I should preface this matter by saying that almost all my walking is done on the well-maintained lawn of a soccer field complex--basically the type of terrain you would find on a golf course and not at all the rough, punishing terrain of disciplined mountain hiking or some such.

    The problem is that the last two pairs that I purchased, however, have not held up very well. Specifically, the uppers have deteriorated badly with fairly modest usage. Both pairs are Moab Hikers--one low and one mid-height. By "the uppers", I mean everything above the sole and inner sole. On the low hikers the uppers on both the left and the right shoes have seperated from the bottoms entirely for the first 3+ inches from the point of the toe on back and the fabric forming the toe box and sides has really noticeably deteriorated to the point that there are actual holes on the sides of the toe boxes of both shoes and the overall apearance is very shabby. On the mid-height hikers, the newest of my Merrell shoes, holes have also appeared in several places on the sides of the toe boxes and the the pull strap at the top rear of the shoe has broken away on one end thus rendering this handy feature useless. On both pairs of these shoes the sole surfaces themselves have held up very well but the uppers (or tops) are a shabby mess.
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