Merrell Men's Moab 2 Vent Hiking Shoe, Earth, 9.5 M US

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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

  • Performance suede leather and mesh upper
  • Bellows, closed-cell foam tongue keeps moisture and debris out
  • Protective rubber toe cap
  • Breathable mesh lining. 5mm lug depth
  • Vibram TC5+ sole

3 comments on “Merrell Men's Moab 2 Vent Hiking Shoe, Earth, 9.5 M US”

  1. Moab 2: Good, Bad & Ugly Updated after 100 miles of hiking with shoe...I'm a long-time Merrell Moab wearer and SoCal hike leader. Wish I had better things to say about my new Moab 2s.The good: more prominent arch than the original Moabs, similar fit otherwise, still good lateral support mid-shoe forward, nearly identical tread design, and great price.The bad: they have changed the lacing geometry, eliminated one set of lace holes, and intentionally or unintentionally increased the...

  2. READ BEFORE YOU BUY - These shoes could ruin your day. I'm a big fan of the Moab Ventilator. I've used them for years. I have a wide foot so I buy the Wide width and hike hundreds of miles each year in them.If you're reading this you probably know that Merrell has discontinued the "Moab" Ventilator and replaced it with the Moab 2. But don't be fooled, the Moab 2 is a big departure from the Moab.Like I said earlier, I hike hundreds of miles with my shoes. I don't get blisters. My feet and legs feel good afterwards. In...

  3. The missing eyeholes are at the top where good ankle control benefitted from two eyeholes I have owned two pairs of the previous Moab shoe. This is an OK successor but I prefer the original. This new model has one less eye hook on each side and this makes it more difficult to tighten the shoe for each foot. The missing eyeholes are at the top where good ankle control benefitted from two eyeholes.

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