Merrell Women’s Moab 2 Vent Hiking Shoe, Taupe, 7 W US

February 25, 2020 - Comment
Add to Cart $99.95Amazon.com Price
(as of April 7, 2020 01:56 GMT+0200 - Details)

Experience out-of-the-box comfort in this ventilated hiker. With durable leathers, a supportive footbed, and Vibram® traction, all in a versatile package,you won’t doubt why moab stands for mother-of-all-boots™.

Product Features

  • Breathable mesh lining
  • Performance suede leather and mesh upper
  • Bellows, closed-cell foam tongue keeps moisture and debris out
  • Merrell M Select FIT.ECO+ blended EVA contoured footbed with added zonal arch and heel support
  • Vibram TC5+ sole

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not Happy With the Moab Vent 2 Upgrade I wore New Balance 993’s for years until they started making them in China and the soles felt like carboard. I then switched to Brooks running shoe until they upgraded to a new model and ruined the fit. I then switched to Merrell Moab Vent hiking shoe and have worn the Merrell Moab Ventilator wide hiking shoes for several years. Again someone decided for some reason to upgrade a perfectly good shoe, changing the fit to what I feel is inferior to the Moab Vent that I loved. I received the…

Anonymous says:

Relieves foot pain Ladies, if you have trouble finding shoes that 1. Fit as expected, 2. Support your arches and alleviate plantar fasciitis, 3. Are comfortable almost immediately out of the box, 4. And allow you to do almost everything you need to do, then just by Moabs. These are my 3rd pair, all purchased on Amazon. The Vibram soles totally eliminate my plantar fasciitis, the comfort is immediate which is important if you have foot problems, and they have never given me a blister (though I do wear them…

blank Anonymous says:

Perfect for a particular type of foot. I have a 52 year old, flat foot with bunions that are painful. So a large toebox is important for me and support under the arch of my foot is important. I have worn many different and good types of shoes that are much higher priced than this Merrell shoe, Ahnu, Ohbo, and Keen but this is the best shoe for someone who needs a wide toebox and arch support. I hike four or five times a week and Merrill boots are the only ones that are supportive enough for me not to have painful feet after my…

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