An extremely popular mid-height trail shoe, with a deep tread sole and superb performance. Excellent for trail walking and hiking.
Men's Merrell Moab Mid GORE-TEX XCR Walking Shoes are mid cut shoes that walk the line between a boot and a shoe.
As protective as a boot (for low level walks and trails) but with the breathability of a Summer shoe, the Moab Mid GTX are comfortable and adapatable, looking just as good for causal use as they do when you're out walking.
With GORE-TEX XCR gasket construction, they're fullly waterproof and highly breathable, ideal for intensive activity and prolonged wear.
The GORE-TEX lining encourages air circulation and is treated with Aegis Antimicrobial which helps keep feet fresh.
The Moab Mid boasts a compression molded EVA footbed and Merrell Air Cushion midsole to help maximize comfort and support, while the rubber toe and heel bumpers offer extra protection.
Additional stability is provided by the Vibram Multi-Sport Sole, an outsole specially designed to deal with the often wildly varied demands of its wearer.
A versatile boot, the Moab Mid is ready to handle any terrain.
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Disappointing, 17 February 2014
By mooseman (cardiff)
Bought these last year and wore through the summer. They are quite comfortable but lack support over rough terrain. However, when it comes to wet weather you'd do almost as well to wear sandals. They very quickly get wet through and are now consigned to sunny spells. Merrell really should do better.
fully waterproof = rubbish, 07 January 2014
By mtbchris (bolton)
10 minutes in heavy rain and my socks were soaked. Not acceptable for the money shoes. Northface gtx dont after 2 years i have them also.. i wont buy merrills again.. :-(
Colander boots, 20 November 2013
By Knightonday (France)
Moved to France two years ago so bought these boots as they were really comfortable and are "waterproof". Two years on, after mainly road use walking the dog, the uppers are splitting from the soles and they leak immediately. Any wet outside, my feet are wet. The soles look hardly worn underneath so having paid well over £100 for them, very very disappointed.