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Well Travelled, 05 October 2014
By Linky (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Bought these as an everyday shoe but so good I have taken them everywhere with me, Everest Base Camp, Tibet, up Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti. I don' like Goretex liners so these are perfect for those like my that don't want glammy feet or need to be able to dry your footwear in the field
By winsfordsoul (manchester)
After looking at different walking shoes before a two week walk in Pembrokeshire. I finally opted for Moab ventilator after advice from an owner of them. Everything about them is absolutely superb, not a fault, comfortable, light, super grip on various terrain. Just returned from Pembrokeshire very happy
Superb trainer, 05 June 2014
By Glassman (Harlow)
I do not usually buy trainers, but bought a pair of Merrell's four years ago, and found that they have been so comfortable and durable, that rather than try something else and be disappointed, l would stick to a product l knew and trusted, and l have been very happy with my purchase.
They have performed as described on line, and are so comfortable l hardly know l have them on!!!!!
Good, not perfect, 05 June 2014
By PB (High Peak)
Comfortable shoe in general but it took me weeks to get my left foot comfortable. Right foot was fine but I had to keep messing about with the insole until I could get the left foot comfy.
I would only buy with big discount as for the money, you could probably pick up a waterproof version of other shoes.
With a good discount, these shoes are worth it. Lots of walking in Madiera with no issue, not enough support for rougher terrain but they are a good approach shoe.
By Vince (Hampshire)
Very stable and comfortable. I've been wearing them for a couple of weeks and not had any problems. Haven't yet tested their performance in the wet.
I normally wear size 8 shoes but had to go to 9.5 in these to get a good fit. There's slight pressure on the outside of each big toe, so perhaps I should have gone as far as a size 10.