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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Stubbed Toes and Wet Feet, 30 December 2014
By fellwalker46 (North Yorkshire)
I've had these shoes for nearly two years. They are comfortable for short walks in dry conditions on reasonably level terrain. A good summer shoe for light use. They have two major weaknesses. First, although advertised as waterproof, my pair are not. They are water resistant and will repel a shower or brief immersions. But after a mile or so through wet grass or 3"- 4" of snow my feet are wet. Second, there is insufficient space for toes so that lengthy, steep descents especially over rocky ground (e.g. down from Helvellyn) causes sore toes. I should emphasise that I do have the correct size - maybe my feet are the wrong shape, but I've seen similar comments in other reviews. A pity since apart from these two complaints they are a good walking shoe and I like them. But for strenuous hiking such as the Lake District high fells or any area in wet conditions I revert to my Brasher Hillmasters.
Merrell Men's Moab Mid GTX XCR Shoes, 04 October 2014
By dazcoop (stoke on trent)
My feet got wet the first day i went walking on wet ground with them. Even though i'd applied waterproof spray on them the day i purchased.
12 months on and there worn out ready for the bin.
No good for stoney ground. Laces are to soft. The rubber is coming away from the boot. Only good thing is that there comfortable from day one.
Only any good for low miles, soft ground and dry days.
Not for me!!, 16 August 2014
By Gary J (N Wales)
I bought these last April 13, so they have had enough of a chance before writing this. Firstly the insoles provided are rubbish, I usually have to change supplied ones relitivly quickly for ones of better quality but these where probably the worst I've had. The inner footbed is quite a strange shape also. Second, the soles do not offer that much protection against stoney ground and you can feel the sharper rocks as you tread on them. They are ok for a couple of hours and then I get sore feet. £rd they don't offer that much support to the ankles being only mids' I suppose this should have been expected and its was, but the support is even less than I expected from a 'Brand Name' like Merrell.
So after 2 summers of not so much use I'm sorry I didn't take them back last year and now its to late.
Hey ho I suppose they will do for a quick walk with the dog and knocking about around the garden.
I'll stick with my Miendl Vakuum's all year round, I did 10 miles with 2000ft ascent last week in them and feet felt great, as they did in mid July walking on Pembroke coast path.
I won't be buying Merrell again, this is their second and last chance with me, I gave a pair off their trainer types a go a couple of years back too.
good solid boot, 19 June 2014
By Gus (alness)
I bought these boots on saturday and climbed Ben Nevis on the sunday and they were great. No blisters great support, I do not know about the waterproof part as it was a scorcher, but will let you know in due course.
By AndyT (Staffs)
Only used for a few outings but initial results suggest a very comfortable and light boot. Could be improved by adding a locking eyelet to allow tighter fitting lower down the boot and looser around ankle.