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Men's All Out Peak

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Charge the trail with this running shoe that's stable enough to tackle any terrain. With built-in TrailProtect™ shields your soles.
FEATURES
• Mesh and synthetic upper
• Reflective details for increased visibility in low light
• Removable footbed
• Breathable mesh lining
• HyperWrap 360 Degree Fit System locks the foot in place to enhance natural stability and agility
• TrailProtect™ pad offers under foot protection
• 6mm drop / 16mm heel cushion / 32mm heel stack height
• 6mm lug depth
• Vibram® Megagrip
• Vegan friendly footwear
• Weight: 10.4oz (1/2 pair)
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High-performance rubber soles with unmatched
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2 5
Wanted to Love These I really wanted to love these shoes - i was coming from a pair of All Out Charges that i used to death and really loved. I have put about 50 miles on this shoes since buying them, and so far they have caused me nothing but aggravation. I mostly run on rocky trails in the north east - a lot of up and down, big roots, and uneven foot placement. The problem that i have with these shoes is that i can't get them to hold onto my feet in any real way. I get a ton of heel slippage running on flat surfaces, and then any sort of side hill or root causes my whole foot to slide left or right. I have tried a bunch of different socks, different tying on the laces, etc - just can't get any sort of control out of these shoes. Other people seems to love these shoes, so maybe it's just a fit or preference issue, but I'm going to throw them in the back of the closet and switch to something else - maybe back to my beat-up charges.

Wanted to Love These

Feb 27, 2017
I really wanted to love these shoes - i was coming from a pair of All Out Charges that i used to death and really loved. I have put about 50 miles on this shoes since buying them, and so far they have caused me nothing but aggravation. I mostly run on rocky trails in the north east - a lot of up and down, big roots, and uneven foot placement. The problem that i have with these shoes is that i can't get them to hold onto my feet in any real way. I get a ton of heel slippage running on flat surfaces, and then any sort of side hill or root causes my whole foot to slide left or right. I have tried a bunch of different socks, different tying on the laces, etc - just can't get any sort of control out of these shoes. Other people seems to love these shoes, so maybe it's just a fit or preference issue, but I'm going to throw them in the back of the closet and switch to something else - maybe back to my beat-up charges.
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5 5
ALL OUT PEAK, 75 miles of mud and memories! Of all the Merrell shoes, these are ones that I feel very comfortable doing longer miles in. They remind me of the Brooks Cascadia that has been tested and constantly improved for over a decade. I've been running in the All Out Peak for a little over a year now. They have a generous toe box and a tread that does very well on the loose "kitty litter" found in the foothills of Colorado. There are some trade-offs with the shoe however: The extra cushion in these puppies leads to a soft landing and feet that don't look like hamburgers at the end of a long day, but that same cushion can act like an unstable platform on variable technical terrain. I used the All Out Peak to compete in the World's Toughest Mudder and completed over 76 miles of non-stop running, scrambling, swimming, and navigating obstacles on the Las Vegas course full of water, dirt and mud. I used the same pair of socks and All Out Peaks for the entire 24 hours race and my feet and ankles held up wonderfully!

ALL OUT PEAK, 75 miles of mud and memories!

Feb 17, 2017
Of all the Merrell shoes, these are ones that I feel very comfortable doing longer miles in. They remind me of the Brooks Cascadia that has been tested and constantly improved for over a decade. I've been running in the All Out Peak for a little over a year now. They have a generous toe box and a tread that does very well on the loose "kitty litter" found in the foothills of Colorado. There are some trade-offs with the shoe however: The extra cushion in these puppies leads to a soft landing and feet that don't look like hamburgers at the end of a long day, but that same cushion can act like an unstable platform on variable technical terrain. I used the All Out Peak to compete in the World's Toughest Mudder and completed over 76 miles of non-stop running, scrambling, swimming, and navigating obstacles on the Las Vegas course full of water, dirt and mud. I used the same pair of socks and All Out Peaks for the entire 24 hours race and my feet and ankles held up wonderfully!
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It's all about making memories! We love it! #MyNature

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3 5
Great feel, concerns about durability Bought these shoes because I wanted to switch from boots to trail runners for backpacking. Chose Merrell over other brands because they always fit my feet better. They felt great on my three day trek on the AT this weekend, but I am disappointed with their durability. As the pictures show, the rocks in the Maryland section chewed up the toe, and the lace tips fell off as well. On a thru hike I need to get 300-500 miles out of a pair of trail runners, and if this much damage happens after only three days I doubt these shoes will come close to that total. I hope Merrell makes design changes to give their future versions of this model more durable.

Great feel, concerns about durability

Sep 07, 2016
Bought these shoes because I wanted to switch from boots to trail runners for backpacking. Chose Merrell over other brands because they always fit my feet better. They felt great on my three day trek on the AT this weekend, but I am disappointed with their durability. As the pictures show, the rocks in the Maryland section chewed up the toe, and the lace tips fell off as well. On a thru hike I need to get 300-500 miles out of a pair of trail runners, and if this much damage happens after only three days I doubt these shoes will come close to that total. I hope Merrell makes design changes to give their future versions of this model more durable.
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For a trek of that size, especially with a pack, we'd recommend a higher grade hiker instead of these super comfortable trail runners. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out at 800.288.3124. Thank you.

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5 5
Best trail shoe I've ever worn My All Out Peaks are by far the best trail shoes I've ever worn - I wear them all day almost every day. I hike over 1,200 miles a year and I pretty much know exactly what I want in a trail shoe. And the All Out Peaks are the first shoes I've found that have it all. (And believe me I have checked out scores of reviews, tried on dozens of shoes from many manufacturers, and worn several trail shoes over many years of hiking.) The Peaks have the exact mix of what I'm looking for - almost minimalist mesh top, rock protection sole with good sticky traction, not crazy neon colors (I bought the black with red trim), and very light weight. Plus I have a history of Merrells fitting my feet very well, and the Peaks are no exception. [And what I really love is that online purchasing directly from Merrell carries no risk - they send you a free ship-back label right in the box with the shoes you ordered, so you can return the shoes at *no cost* if you don't like them.] I do have two caveats: 1) The unique lacing system (which, I believe, is what Merrell calls "Hyperwrap") has zero elasticity in it, so you must pay *strict attention* to how tightly you lace your Peaks. I know this gives great control, but it can also lead to discomfort over your arch if you make it too tight. I would prefer if the Hyperwrap system incorporated some elasticity in it, providing more variable comfort, even at the expense of some loss of control. But this is a small complaint, because once you learn how tightly to tie your shoes, it's really no problem at all. 2) But this lack of elasticity over the arch of the foot leads me to my second caveat, which is, in fact, a real complaint - the mesh lace wallet, between the tongue and the laces, is made entirely of completely *non-elastic* mesh and webbing, which means the shoe will refuse to stretch beyond the foot circumference set in the factory. And this caused me severe nerve entrapment pain until I figured out what the problem was. (I actually missed two days of work due to lack of sleep, over a problem I had never experienced before in my life!) I was about to return the shoes, until I had the brilliant idea of just cutting down the middle of the lace wallet. (See associated photo. By the way, you can see how much more circumference my foot wants than what the lace wallet allowed by looking at the gap in the webbing in the image - almost an inch!) This simple, harmless modification (I never use lace wallets) made a shoe which was unwearable for me into the best fitting and best featured trail shoe I've ever worn! This is the only thing that would lower my rating, but since I completely fixed the problem so easily, and at no cost, I'm giving the Peak a perfect 5 rating. But I do suggest that, in the future, Merrell make the lace wallet out of *very* stretchable mesh and webbing. Congratulations, Merrell, on designing and making, in my opinion, an almost perfect trail shoe! (By the way, I'm not lying, I'm ordering a pair for my wife today! Plus, my next trail shoes, next year, will be Peaks - the elasticized version ;-)

Best trail shoe I've ever worn

Sep 02, 2016
My All Out Peaks are by far the best trail shoes I've ever worn - I wear them all day almost every day. I hike over 1,200 miles a year and I pretty much know exactly what I want in a trail shoe. And the All Out Peaks are the first shoes I've found that have it all. (And believe me I have checked out scores of reviews, tried on dozens of shoes from many manufacturers, and worn several trail shoes over many years of hiking.) The Peaks have the exact mix of what I'm looking for - almost minimalist mesh top, rock protection sole with good sticky traction, not crazy neon colors (I bought the black with red trim), and very light weight. Plus I have a history of Merrells fitting my feet very well, and the Peaks are no exception. [And what I really love is that online purchasing directly from Merrell carries no risk - they send you a free ship-back label right in the box with the shoes you ordered, so you can return the shoes at *no cost* if you don't like them.] I do have two caveats: 1) The unique lacing system (which, I believe, is what Merrell calls "Hyperwrap") has zero elasticity in it, so you must pay *strict attention* to how tightly you lace your Peaks. I know this gives great control, but it can also lead to discomfort over your arch if you make it too tight. I would prefer if the Hyperwrap system incorporated some elasticity in it, providing more variable comfort, even at the expense of some loss of control. But this is a small complaint, because once you learn how tightly to tie your shoes, it's really no problem at all. 2) But this lack of elasticity over the arch of the foot leads me to my second caveat, which is, in fact, a real complaint - the mesh lace wallet, between the tongue and the laces, is made entirely of completely *non-elastic* mesh and webbing, which means the shoe will refuse to stretch beyond the foot circumference set in the factory. And this caused me severe nerve entrapment pain until I figured out what the problem was. (I actually missed two days of work due to lack of sleep, over a problem I had never experienced before in my life!) I was about to return the shoes, until I had the brilliant idea of just cutting down the middle of the lace wallet. (See associated photo. By the way, you can see how much more circumference my foot wants than what the lace wallet allowed by looking at the gap in the webbing in the image - almost an inch!) This simple, harmless modification (I never use lace wallets) made a shoe which was unwearable for me into the best fitting and best featured trail shoe I've ever worn! This is the only thing that would lower my rating, but since I completely fixed the problem so easily, and at no cost, I'm giving the Peak a perfect 5 rating. But I do suggest that, in the future, Merrell make the lace wallet out of *very* stretchable mesh and webbing. Congratulations, Merrell, on designing and making, in my opinion, an almost perfect trail shoe! (By the way, I'm not lying, I'm ordering a pair for my wife today! Plus, my next trail shoes, next year, will be Peaks - the elasticized version ;-)
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1 5
All out peak? i disagree, maybe all out couch surfer bought these shoes on sale and almost returned them but they did break in and stopped hurting my feet. after 150 to 200 miles of trail walking they are dead, the tread is separating the insoles have worn out. i knew i should stick with brands i know. these shoes lasted 1/2 the time of closeout invo8 trailroc 255s and were only superior in traction. living in the sticks there is only a Merrell dealer so i have to order shoes online to get decent durability.

All out peak? i disagree, maybe all out couch surfer

Aug 24, 2016
bought these shoes on sale and almost returned them but they did break in and stopped hurting my feet. after 150 to 200 miles of trail walking they are dead, the tread is separating the insoles have worn out. i knew i should stick with brands i know. these shoes lasted 1/2 the time of closeout invo8 trailroc 255s and were only superior in traction. living in the sticks there is only a Merrell dealer so i have to order shoes online to get decent durability.
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