This Merrell Moab product is a wide-based, debris control, and shock-proof design. It’s a perfect fit for people looking for broad and comfortable shoes that come with EVA foam and well-supported cushioning. It’s a very light weighed design and also keeps you safe from germs and humidity.
Value for money
The pair is a little over-priced, given that it is not water-proof and doesn’t function effectively for long treks. However, the comfort and breathability make it a safe choice for light use. It won’t serve right for heavy use and rough hikes though.
The product is very lightweight with comfortable shafts and a well-lined Vibram sole. Its weight is the highlight of this product given its contemporary design and thick insole with heal support. The sturdy grip sole doesn’t make it bulky at all.
The material is wearable and well-cushioned with a breathable mesh lining all over the exterior. Its closed-cell technology makes the material safe and comfy plus the Vibram rubber sole lasts a long time without any complaints.
These shoes offer great comfort provided the soft inner and extra heal support. The material used makes it easily wearable and breathable. They may turn out tiresome for long, steep treks. Especially, the wide-base design keeps your feet very much at ease, which most designs are deficient in.
The product has a lot of similar alternates with lower prices but advances like wide structure, lower ankles, and debris control cater to the value demand well. For lighter use and walks, this product offers great incentives but if you are looking for something heavy-duty for a more care-free use, this one isn’t a very good choice.