Merrel, 25 September 2013
By Hirsty (Huddersfield)
Worst boots ever bought feel ever little stone never been waterproof always get wet feet even in wet grass have bought merrel before but never again
By Murat (Stretford)
what an amazing item.
By Rachael (Kirkburton)
I am a female with large feet, size 7.5 to 8 usually, and the staff at Go Outdoors recommended men's boots as I want to wear 2 layers of socks as I am prone to blisters. I am walking 75 miles in Northumbria in 2 weeks time.
These boots are so comfortable and I did a 6.5 mile walk yesterday through muddy and wet conditions without even wearing them in. They were great.. No discomfort, wet feet and most importantly no blisters.
I recommend Go Outdoors staff as they exchanged a pair Regatta boots I had bought earlier in the day, and noticed a manufacturing defect when I got them home. They changed them without question or fuss.
I am so pleased I paid extra and went for these Merrell boots. One thing I should note is that despite being a ladies size 8 normally I had to have a man's size 10. Shock, horror, gasp!!
five star for the price, 28 January 2013
By ash (North Wales)
I’m new to hiking / walking boots as I normally trek in German Para Boots very good boots
It’s about time I tried some hiking boots and not knowing what to look for I went with fit and
Comfort so after trying six different types within this price range I came away with
A pair of boots that fitted well giving the best width and comfort however I did need a size bigger is this normal with hiking boots? Anyway on Sunday after most of the snow had melted me and my new boots took to the hills for an eight mile hike in the mud snow and water over the hills of North Wales
TO SUM UP very comfortable no blisters dry feet and plenty of grip very good well done Merrell
Like skis, 29 December 2012
By Flying PIg (Nr Glasgow)
I've been wearing Merrell boots and shoes for several years now, and have never had a pair I disliked. Until now.
Dislike is maybe too strong a word, but I will only wear them in certain terrains now, as I believe they are a liability.
The Yokotas are very comfortable, look good and give decent support. I wore them for the first time in the 'real' world today and found them lacking.
What I assume to be the 'nylon moulded shank' behaves like a ski when standing on wet mud, there is just now grip at all and I chose to walk on the road rather than risk a downhill experiment with them. I tried them on rocks at the beach and found that it was a similar story there.
Very comfortable, good support, but if you plan on going off road in them, spend a bit more and get some Merrell Moabs. They are much better.