Merrell Intercept, Men’s Lace-Up Outdoor Cross Trainer Shoes – Smooth Black, 9 UK

March 1, 2018 - Comment

The Merrell Intercept Walking Shoes are focused on durability and protection, but don’t compromise on comfort. If you’re looking for a strong pair of shoes to get you through tough treks, then these are a very suitable choice. The Full Grain Leather Upper and the Vibram Outsole combine to give you a shoe that is

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The Merrell Intercept Walking Shoes are focused on durability and protection, but don’t compromise on comfort. If you’re looking for a strong pair of shoes to get you through tough treks, then these are a very suitable choice. The Full Grain Leather Upper and the Vibram Outsole combine to give you a shoe that is built to last and with a 4.5mm Sole lug depth the shoes are very grippy, allowing you to comfortably conquer the trail. Other features include a Synthetic Leather Toe Cap for reinforced forefoot protection and the Merrell Air Cushion and CMEVA ensures your feet land softly, absorbing shock in every step and allowing you to go further, unhindered.

Product Features

  • Merrell air cushion in the heel absorbs shock and adds stability
  • Full grain leather upper; 4.5mm Sole lug depth. Abrasion resistant toe cap

Comments

Partick Express says:

Comfy and sturdy First, all previous reviews are right. You have to order half a number at least more than your UK number. The trainers are fantastic. They are warm and comfy and good for waking on mud and puddles, though not 10% waterproof they are alright. They tend to feels loose an the ankle at first but not after a while. Perhaps I got used to it in the end. I love the shoes. One minor issue is that the tone of brown is really brown with no hint of green as I would have expected. The insole avoids…

Mr. T. Fenn says:

Don’t buy this shoe if you are a walker or rambler. You’ve been warned! A CASUAL SHOE, NOT A HIKING SHOE! I cannot recommend this product at all. The Merrell Intercept may look like a bargain, but don’t be fooled. As soon as the rain comes, you’d be better off finding shelter rather than walking anywhere. Despite the supposed ‘Vibram’ sole (which pour shame on an otherwise once good brand for grips on shoes), when the ground gets wet this product has *no grip* whatsoever. In fact they’re highly dangerous. What’s more, and you’d expect this reasonably from a hiking…

BrommerD says:

Messed up sizing. Merrell shoes are my go to brand. These are the same high quality I was expecting. The problem is that the sizes are just plain wrong. I bought these for a trip to Japan and sadly didn’t have time to return them. I thought they would give and become comfortable over time but they didn’t. I put up with the pain during my trip but I think I injured a toe in the process. So now I have the problem that they are worn (ie., can’t be returned) but are too small for me to practically use. So I’m…

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