Merrell Men’s Moab 2 Mid GTX High Rise Hiking High Rise Hiking Boots, Brown (Beluga), 11 (EU 46)

April 2, 2018 - Comment

Merrell Moab 2 Mid Gore-Tex Walking Boot Experience out-of-the-box comfort in the GORE-TEX hiker. With durable synthetic leather, a supportive footbed, and Vibram traction, all in a versatile package, you won’t doubt why Moab stands for Mother-Of-All-Boots. Gore-Tex Upper The Moab 2 Mid Gore-Tex Walking Boot from Merrell is made from Gore-Tex fabric. Gore-Tex is

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Merrell Moab 2 Mid Gore-Tex Walking Boot Experience out-of-the-box comfort in the GORE-TEX hiker. With durable synthetic leather, a supportive footbed, and Vibram traction, all in a versatile package, you won’t doubt why Moab stands for Mother-Of-All-Boots. Gore-Tex Upper The Moab 2 Mid Gore-Tex Walking Boot from Merrell is made from Gore-Tex fabric. Gore-Tex is a fully waterproof membrane which blocks out water but is also superbly breathable, allowing the wearer to stay dry, cool and comfortable as they train. The Fabric is also superbly lightweight and windproof to keep wind out of the pant as well as water. The Upper is constructed from Synthetic Leather as it is a superbly durable material which can help to protect the foot as well as keep it dry. Mesh sections have also been added to the boots upper which allows warm air to be released from the boot at the same time as allowing cool air to flow in, keeping the wearers feet and the inside of the boot as cool, dry and comfortable as possible. The tongue is made from Closed-Cell Foam which helps to keep moisture out of the boot as well as shielding the foot and inside of the boot from dirt and debris which could possibly enter, especially on loose, rugged trails. Protecting the front of the foot and boot is a Rubber Toe Cap which helps to prevent the wearer being injured on rocks and various debris which could damage the front of the foot or the boot. M-Select Midsole The Merrell specific M-Selct feature has been used in the construction of the Moab 2’s midsole as it offers much needed cushioning under the foot as well as adding arch and heel support, keeping the wearer feeling comfortable and supported as they explore along the trails. An Air Cushion has been added to the under foot heel area of the midsole to offer additional support as well as to absorb shock, helping to prevent pain and injuries that could occur whilst training along the trail. EVA Foam has also been used in the midsole as it is

Product Features

  • Gore-Tex – Fully waterproof, highly breathable lining for unbeatable weather protection.
  • Synthetic Leather and Mesh Upper – Provides durability and breathability.
  • Closed-Cell Foam – Blocks out moisture and debris.
  • Protective Rubber Toe Cap – Protects the foot and boot from rough terrain and debris.
  • M-Select – Midsole material which offers cushioning and stability.

Comments

Jamie S Makopa says:

Perfect for extremes in cold and wet Like me I’m sure your doing lots of research for a new shoe so here’s my experience of this pair.I bought these with the aim of hiking up snowdon, I’m yet to go but so far my experience has given me complete confidence.Fit: I have a wide foot and usally wear a uk7.5. Ordered an 8 as I wear with thick hiking socks and fits fine. Toe box is spacious and there is very good arch support. The heal is cupped well and does not lift, even in mud.Waterproof: yes…

Alistair Craig says:

Worth the money This is my 4th pair of Merrell Moabs, but my 1st pair of High Rise. Still getting use to them, but so far no complaints. However if buying Merrell’s remember and always go at least a size up

JPHaseler says:

Not waterproof Bought this boot as a lightweight alternative to my heavy worn out meindl Borneo boots. I plan to walk the Pennine way this year with full pack and since the path is mainly patched or rocky I decided a forested lined boot would be waterproof enough for some boggy terai and rainy whetherThe boots fit very well and are nice and comfortable especially for wide feet. There is plenty of arch support with the standard insoles. I found, however, on descents, there is not enough lacing to…

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