Moab FST

June 23, 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.


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…

DeltaD says:

Best Merrell’s yet (Non waterproof version here). I love these shoes. Walked for hours right out of the box and no issues. I have arch issues most of the time that I need to solve with orthopedic inserts, this was perfect without them. I have slightly wide feet, but do not need the wide in this shoe. The D/medium was fine. 

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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