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This pair is offered in men's sizes only which ranges from 7 to 16. Half sizes are available up to size 12 only. Ladies who want to purchase a pair can go 1.5 sizes down from their normal shoe size. Reviewers have expressed conflicting sentiments regarding the shoe's sizing so fitting it in person is recommended.
The Moab Adventure Lace Waterproof is one of the hiking-inspired Merrell sneakers that is equipped with adequate comfort, support, and grip combined with a rugged yet sophisticated style that makes for a perfect all-around kick. It could be paired with slacks and polo shirts for business casual occasions, but it looks its best when dressed in casual staples.
A combination of nubuck leather and mesh material comprises the shoe's upper. It gives the pair a sophisticated look that could be worn both in the mountains and the city. The pair incorporates the M Select DRY technology, which makes this kick water resistant. Moreover, it uses Vibram technology for its outsole for excellent traction in any given weather and temperature conditions.
Over thirty years ago, a craftsman named Randy Merrell slowly became well known, especially amongst outdoor enthusiasts, for his excellent handmade cleats that are created to withstand nature's rustic terrains. Subsequently, Randy's passion for producing high quality and efficient cleats earned him the acclamation for the "best hiking cleats" by the Backpacker Magazine.
The company eventually decided to expand their expertise from hiking and custom-made cleats to releasing their first cross training shoes in 1993. Since then Merrell has been producing footwear that is more lightweight and versatile than their past products. Today, Merrell is focused on shelling out more lifestyle-based merchandise without gearing away from their core values.
One by-product of this expansion is the Merrell Moab Adventure Lace Waterproof. It is lighter than most hiking footwear without sacrificing its durability and efficiency. The shoe from the Moab collection is equipped with Vibram outsole, which was first introduced in 1995. This technology is utilized on shoes built for the roughest of terrains.
- The shoe is available in Medium and Wide widths.
- The insoles can be removed.
- The Moab range was first introduced in 1996.