Size and fit

The Merrell Hut Moc is available in men’s and women’s sizing. The heel is collapsible that can convert the slip-on shoe into slippers. It has a nylon quilted upper for a soft and foamy feel, as well as foot breathability. 

For underfoot support, it has a lightly cushioned insole. Styled with a slip-on construction, it allows easy entry for the foot. Also, it has an EVA outsole that provides an ultra-lightweight feel.

Merrell Hut Moc Style

A slipper and shoe are packed in one in a slip-on sneaker like the Merrell Hut Moc. It is designed with a quilted upper that provides a comfy feel and casual style. With a collapsible heel, it offers easy entry perfect for people who are always on the go. 

Some of the colorways that men choose from are:

  • Blaze
  • Olive Plaid
  • Triple Black
  • Black Plaid
  • Ceramic
  • Forest
  • Navy 
  • Sable

On the other hand, women can select from:

  • Rose
  • Berry/Capri
  • Black/Charcoal
  • Boulder Wave
  • Dragonfly
  • Ebony
  • Olive
  • Shark
  • Triple Black

With a casual and versatile design, the low-top Merrell Hut Moc is a unisex sneaker that can match and jazz up different OOTDs. Check out some styling below:

Men

  • To complete a casual ensemble, this slip-on sneaker can be matched with navy shorts and a teal polo. 
  • For a casually dapper style, khaki chinos and a white print short sleeve shirt are a good match with a slip-on shoe like the Merrell Hut Moc. 
  • This kick can be paired with distressed denim jeans and a white crew-neck shirt, creating a functional outfit with a fantastic look. 
  • A combination of navy chinos and an olive military jacket to match this shoe can create a laidback getup.

Women

  • A pair of tapered pants and a puffer coat can deliver comfort and fashion statement. To tone down the dressiness, the Merrell Hut Moc can be paired with this combo. 
  • For a laidback outfit with a cool vibe, this slip-on sneaker can be paired with blue distressed skinny jeans and a white shirt with an open beige knit cardigan. 
  • To create something an off-duty yet modern ensemble, this kick can be matched with black skinny jeans and a red and black checker coat.
  • No matter what day, ladies can wear a stylish outfit with a relaxed twist if they choose a navy tie-dye shift dress to match this slip-on.

Notable Features

The Merrell Hut Moc is a slip-on sneaker that delivers the comfiness of wearing slippers. It features a collapsible textile heel panel perfect for people who are always in a hurry but want to remain in style. Also, it has a nylon quilted upper that is both versatile and comfortable.

Merrell Hut Moc History

Merrell is a US company that was founded by John Schweizer, Clark Matis, and Randy Merrell, in 1981. It all started when the executives of Rossignol Ski, John Schweizer and Clark Matis, wanted to establish a new hiking footwear maker. 

Initially, the highly praised boots were retailed at a whopping $500 apiece. Later in 1982, the brand began designing high-performance hiking shoes but at a more affordable rate. 

In 1997, the Wolverine World Wide acquired the company. Also, Merrell started to sell other footwear aside from the hiking boots. One of the shoes that are sold in the market for men and women is the Merrell Hut Moc. 

With a slip-on construction, it is a low-top shoe that is designed with a collapsible heel. It can quickly convert to a slipper-like shoe without losing its stylish look. 

Apart from beautiful aesthetics, it also delivers lightweight comfort and durability. It has a nylon upper that sits atop an EVA outsole. Also, it has a breathable textile shoe lining that gives added foot comfort.

Nice to know

  • The Merrell Hut Moc has a pull tab on the front for easy entry. 
  • It has a rubber outsole for traction.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.