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Men's Moab GORE-TEX®

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Be prepared for any adventure with the men’s Moab GORE-TEX hiking shoes from Merrell. In this newest style of the Moab hiking shoe, the addition of Aegis antimicrobial-treated GORE-TEX® lining adds a new level of cloudburst protection and comfort. Whether stomping through mountain streams, traipsing through morning dew or caught in a downpour, these GORE-TEX hiking boots will keep you warm and dry on any trail, no matter what Mother Nature’s up to. The Merrell men’s Moab GTX is a trail-proven, highly ventilated shoe with AirCushion technology that gives you extra support for a more cushioned stride at work or at play. Plus, with Vibram® soles provide added stability and durability to the lightweight construction. Shop the men’s Moab hiking shoe to find the pair you’ll wear anytime, anywhere. - See more at: http://www.merrell.com/US/en-US/Product.mvc.aspx/12465M/0/Mens/Moab-GORE-TEX#sthash.khCFKbku.dpuf

UPPER/LINING
• Dura leather and mesh upper
• Bellows tongue keeps debris out
• Synthetic leather toe cap and heel counter
• GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort Footwear lining keeps feet dry and comfortable
• Breathable mesh lining wicks to keep feet dry
• M-Select FRESH naturally prevents odour before it starts for fresh smelling feet

MIDSOLE/OUTSOLE
• Moulded nylon arch shank
• Merrell air cushion in the heel absorbs shock and adds stability
• Compression moulded EVA foot frame provides cushioning
• 5mm lug depth
• Vibram® outsole

Men’s Sizes: 6.5-14
Men’s Weight: 340g

30 reviews
Average Rating: 2.8
90% said Sized as Expected
0% said Larger than Expected
10% said Smaller than Expected
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  • Impressive, outlasted other shoes.
  • By astorrer
  • 27/06/2010
  • 6 of 8 people found this review to be helpful.
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The last several pairs of hiking shoes I have bought have all broken down within 4-6 months. These are holding together extremely well. I like to have one pair of shoes for everything. I purchased the model previous to these about a year ago (which are virtually identical to the updated model) , and they still look like new. I wear them all day, everyday. I’ve worn them in deep snow, backpacking, mountain biking, traveling, running, at work, and in class. When it snows, I just wear thicker socks, and my feet stay plenty dry. I wouldn’t try scaling a mountain with them in the winter, but for shoveling the sidewalk they work just fine. I would have given them 5 stars, but the GORE-TEX doesn't breathe as well as it could. However, the new model uses GORE-TEX XCR instead, which should resolve this issue anyway.

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Sized as Expected

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For everything.

  • Very disappointing lack of durability in Gore-Tex lining
  • By user_527156
  • 19/07/2011
  • 2 of 2 people found this review to be helpful.
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Overall, I couldn't recommend them based on my experience.I've had a pair of the non-Gore-Tex Moab Ventilators for about 2 years. I've worn them almost every day since then and they are still in pretty good shape (although one of the laces on that pair had a fault and the outer weave just unravelled after only a couple of months). Having quite narrow feet I often struggle to find approach shoes that fit well, but the size 12 Moabs were absolutely perfect; possibly the most comfortable shoes I've had in decades. So, a pair in the Gore-Tex version seemed the natural choice for use on more adventurous rambles and in foul weather. With this in mind I got a pair for Christmas 2009 (around 18 months ago). I wanted to keep the Gore-Tex pair in good shape (given the cost of them), so I've only worn them when absolutely necessary: under half a dozen weekend country walks, a week-ish of cycling commutes in wintry weather, a weekend trip to the Lakes and, just last week, a long weekend in Berlin (for which much rain was forecast, even if it only actually rained once). In total, I've probably had about a month or so's (maybe two at most) wear out of them. I was pretty disappointed then (to put it mildly) to find that when it did rain this weekend, one of them was letting in water. On closer examination, a patch above the toes in the right shoe had worn through the Gore-Tex liner. I would certainly expect a near-£100 shoe to last a lot longer than this. When we got back to the UK I felt inside the right-hand (non-Gore-Tex) Ventilator and there was no damage to the inner surface (despite having had around ten times the wear of the Gore-Tex pair). On the plus side, they are comfortable, if not quite so much as the Ventilator version of the Moab and the breathability was as expected. However, overall, I couldn't recommend them based on my experience.

Merrell's Reply:

Hi There, thanks very much for your review, we are really sorry that you have been unhappy with the wear on your Merrell's. One of our Customer Services Team has been in contact with some helpful advice.- The Merrell Team.

Product Size Rating:

Sized as Expected

How do you most use this product?:

Walking and cycling in wet/snowy conditions

  • Moab goretex boots
  • By pcs
  • 25/08/2014
  • 1 of 1 people found this review to be helpful.
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I purchased my Moabs in 2009?, the first day i wore them it was like wearing slippers,they were so light and comfy,i have walked several trails in the Uk and abroad and countless weekend jollies but sad to say my faithful walking partners have ceased to be, while doing the Dales Way the soles came adrift at the front, in honesty i was expecting this as my feet were starting to get damp when walking in the morning dew. I cannot complain they have lasted nearly 5 years. I will be definately purchasing another pair in the very near future. I just hope the next pair are as good.

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Sized as Expected

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Hiking

  • Great pair of shoes
  • By Anonymous
  • 19/08/2014
  • 1 of 1 people found this review to be helpful.
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Excellent shoes. I have the Moab Ventilator already and was going on a trip to Borneo, so bought these. Very comfortable and lightweight. Had them for a week before I went but hardly put them on, then used them to climb Mount Kinabalu. No problem at all and dry throughout the tropical storm we encountered on the way down too! Highly recommended

Product Size Rating:

Sized as Expected

How do you most use this product?:

Leisure walking

  • Excellent quality
  • By Anonymous
  • 31/07/2014
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I bought these as a replacement for some nice, but cheaper, trainers when the nice, but cheaper, trainers gave me blisters. As a diabetic, I can't afford that, so paid the extra for these. They have proved to be exceptionally comfortable and have not given me any problems with my feet. Size 13's are difficult to get in the right width fitting and these are just the right width for my feet, so my feet are held tightly without being uncomfortable.

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Sized as Expected

How do you most use this product?:

40-45 minutes at lunch times, 120-130 minutes on Sundays. Walking the local streets and parks.

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