|Weight:||1 lb 8 oz|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Merrell Moab GTX XCR Low Hiking Shoes
Hey men, don't go outside without your Merrell Moab GTX XCR Low Hiking Shoes. You know you need their waterproof support to keep you focused on the trail, and how could you last the whole day out there without their state of the art arch shank? You trust these shoes to go anywhere, knowing that they are built for shock absorption and stability, and will keep you safe with their think soles. And we agree with you, this is a man's shoe.
- Waterproof Dura leather and mesh upper
- Bellows tongue keeps debris out
- Synthetic leather toe cap and heel counter
- GORE-TEXExtended Comfort Footwear lining keeps feet dry and comfortable
- Breathable mesh lining treated with Aegis Antimicrobial solution maintains foot comfort
- Ortholite Anatomical Footbed
- Molded nylon arch shank
- Compression molded EVA footframe 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 8 ozs.
Moab GTX XCR Low
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"Moab GTX Ventilators"
The Moab has been a customer favorite for a long time. It is a very durable shoe thanks to the vibram outsole. The Vibram Multi-sport outsole uses TC5+ rubber that gives solid traction in extreme temperatures(really hot or really cold) on wet surfaces. The Gore-tex XCR lining gives the most breathibility for a waterproofing. This shoe(along with all of Merrell's shoes) has the Merrell Air cushion midsole right underneath the heel to give shock absorbtion and to provide a supportive heel cup. This shoe should not be used for mid or heavy hiking becuase it does not have a nylon shank. It bends and twists like a sneaker.
One of the best shoe companies out there! These water proof shoes will keep your feet dry (used to wear them in the summer, was amazed because I would be dry when the group was soaked in the morning). Also, Merrel offers a lifetime shoe warranty, who can beat that?
"Moderate trails need a tougher shoe"
Merrel has always been a solid shoe once the pavement turns to trail and the trail gets rough. The low-top goretex hikers offer just the right level of protection and comfort for those moderate day hikes. the traction is excellent and can deal with muddy conditions quite well. For the amount of protection they offer, I'd also call it mid-weight so it doesn't feel like you're doing leg lifts with each step. One draw back is even with my mid-wide feet, the lacing pattern was very narrow and needed to readjust the shoe every so often. a very minor issue with a very solid trail shoe.
These are very comfortable shoes. Well made and durable. Good for moderate trail hiking. Gore-tex lining keeps your feet warm and dry. Own several pair and are the best light hiking shoe I have worn.