Moab FST

July 28, 2017 - Comment
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FIT + SUPERIOR TRACTION: All-day comfort in uncomfortable places with the same great out-of-the-box fit you expect from Moab, the FST Low has updated athletic styling and a lighter midsole.


SM says:

Better than the Moab Vent Longtime Merrell customer, with many pairs of Moab Ventilators over the years. The FST fits my foot better and breathes better than the Moab Vent. Also has a thicker and more comfortable removable insole. Ive found the Moab Vent to be wide and have a somewhat “sloppy” fit. The FST has a great fit, as wide as the Moab but more form fitting and considerably more comfortable.Ive found my new fav shoe!

Jason Cyrder says:

Awesome Shoes for Summer Time if you want something that … Awesome Shoes for Summer Time if you want something that breathes, but still has a hard rugged sole. One thing to mention is that these shoes run HUGE in size. I always get wide when available, so for these I ordered 2E’s. I own many pairs of Merrel’s both in Mid and low top. I also have the other Moabs Merrel makes. I checked those sizes before ordering these so they would fit the first time. I normally get my shoes tight so they break in nice. I ordered 11’s since all my Merrels are 11’s and…

blank JTK808 says:

Superior to the Moab Ventilator My background: I wear hiking shoes/boots daily to work and have a rotation of about a dozen pairs, including multiple models each from Merrell, Keen, Ecco, Rockport and Danner. I’m also constantly experimenting with lightweight, breathable hikers for semi-annual trips abroad (to hot, humid environments) as well as a possible six-month stint at a training academy for a three-letter government agency that requires brown hikers as part of the uniform. I don’t hike and, while I’m a daily…

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