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Men's Moab Mid Ventilator

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Tough enough for the army, the men’s Moab Ventilator Mid-Height hiking boot from Merrell is built to provide comfort and support over difficult terrain. Whether you’re hitting the trail for a bike ride or hike or trekking over desert mountains, our men’s footwear can keep pace. Extra support around the ankle and a ventilated mesh upper make for a dependable, breathable men’s boot so you can stay cool in warm climates. Plus, the Vibram® Multi-Sport Plus sole contains TC5+ rubber compound in traction zones for grip and durability over tough rocks and trails. Lace-up a pair of our men’s hiking boots and set off on your next adventure thanks to the out-of-the-box comfort of Merrell men’s footwear.

UPPER/LINING
• Dura leather and mesh upper
• Bellows tongue keeps debris out
• Synthetic leather toe cap and heel counter
• Breathable mesh lining treated with Aegis® antimicrobial solution maintains foot comfort
• Ortholite® anatomical footbed

MIDSOLE/OUTSOLE
• Molded nylon arch shank
• Compression molded EVA foot frame provides cushioning
• Merrell® Air Cushion in the heel absorbs shock and adds stability
• 5mm Sole lug depth
• Vibram® Multi-Sport Sole/TC5+ Rubber
• Weight: 1 lb 15 ozs

97 reviews
Average Rating: 4.3
82% said Sized as Expected
4% said Larger than Expected
14% said Smaller than Expected
  • Military Advisor
  • By user57
  • 1/22/2009
  • 10 of 10 people found this review to be helpful.
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  • Most Helpful Positive Review

I wore the Moab Ventilator Mid in Fallujah, Iraq for 6-months during spring and summer. The temperature was almost 125-degrees on the hottest days. The Moabs kept my feet dry from perspiration and performed well on all types of terrain including gravel, sand and asphalt. I also use them for working out at the gym, including walking on the treadmill! I'm returning to Iraq or Afghanistan within the next 60-days and I have ordered another pair of the Moab Ventilator Mid, because Merrell recommends them for both hot and cold climates. I give the Moab a 5-star rating for use in extremely hot & dry weather (if I deploy to Afghanistan and they also perform well in cold & wet weather, I'll give them a 6-star rating).

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Smaller than Expected

  • One con
  • By Efi
  • 3/10/2009
  • 2 of 3 people found this review to be helpful.
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  • Most Helpful Critical Review

I agree with previous comments but I have a con; when wet this shoes are as if you have a bar of soap on each foot

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Sized as Expected

  • By Anonymous
  • 7/6/2014
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looks great and feels great

Product Size Rating:

Sized as Expected

How do you most use this product?:

out and about

  • 3rd Pair of These
  • By Anonymous
  • 7/5/2014
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This is my third pair of these fine boots. I do a lot of hiking in the mountains of Colorado and they work very well for me. Never any quality issues. My feet sweat easily so I like the breathability of the Ventilators.

Product Size Rating:

Sized as Expected

How do you most use this product?:

Hiking mountain trails in the Rocky Mtns. and also for local walks near my home.

  • Best walking and hiking shoes
  • By David
  • 6/17/2014
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These are the best warm weather trail (and city) hiking shoes I've ever worn. They provide just the right amount of ankle and arch support, they are comfortable from day one, and they are incredibly sure-footed on the trail. I have put 500 (mostly street/sidewalk) miles on these in 6 months according to my fitness tracker, and I'm just thinking about replacing them now. They are great shoes for walking, hiking, light bouldering, the gym and they are great in cold weather if you add wool socks.

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Sized as Expected

How do you most use this product?:

City and trail hiking

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