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Base model: Merrell Move Glove
Terrain: Trail
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 7.9oz | Women: 6.5oz
Heel to toe drop: Men: 0mm | Women: 0mm
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Fell running
Material: Leather, Vibram sole
Strike Pattern: Forefoot strike
Distance: Competition
Technology: Vibram
Heel height: Men: 9mm | Women: 9mm
Forefoot height: Men: 9mm | Women: 9mm
Brand: Merrell
Type: Low drop | Zero drop | Barefoot
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $110
Colorways: Blue, Green, Grey
Small True to size Large
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- The Merrell Move Glove Suede, a special edition of the Merrell Move Glove, is a minimalist barefoot running shoe that is designed for fast-moving workouts. Like its predecessor, this running gear utilizes the Vibram Megagrip® outsole for extreme grip and the PORON® Vive midsole for a responsive ride. 

- This trail running shoe features an updated upper using a Pig suede. This durable leather material offers maximum protection from scrapes and knocks. It also ensures that the shoe will look and stay new for a long time. 

The Merrell Move Glove Suede is available in standard shoe sizes for both men and women, so those who desire to get a pair can utilize their usual sizing expectations when purchasing. However, it is recommended to try on the shoe first to ensure a comfortable fit. 

The shoe’s lacing system allows for a more customized fit while the integrated insole provides additional cushioning. These components offer a snug yet unrestricted in-shoe feel. 

The Vibram® Megagrip® technology, a high-performance rubber compound, is incorporated in the outsole unit of the Merrell Move Glove Suede. This material delivers excellent traction on dry and slippery terrain, making the shoe suitable for trekking, fly fishing, multisport, hiking, and other extreme activities. It offers an unparalleled combination of durability and gripping ability. 

Infused in the Vibram® Megagrip® outsole are the fin-like lugs that enhances the shoe’s traction performance. The grooves also provide flexibility to allow the shoe to bend and flex with the foot throughout the gait cycle. 

The barefoot construction, with a nearly zero ground to foot separation, helps improve proprioception and stability. It helps the runner maintain balance and stay connected to the ground. Another Merrel trail running shoe that features barefoot construction is the Merrell Trail Glove 5.

The midsole section of the Move Glove Suede features the PORON® Vive® technology. This energy-activated midsole cushioning responds with power to every step by providing high energy return and shock-absorption. It is designed to endure the challenges of tough trails, reducing the impact forces and harmful shock. 

Hyperlock™ synthetic heel counter is integrated into the shoe for security. This component provides a comfortable locked-down feel, keeping the foot in place while running or doing other strenuous activities. 

The integrated footbed placed beneath the foot offers an added layer of comfort. It also offers additional underfoot protection. 

This lightweight running shoe also uses the long-lasting M Select™ Fresh technology.  These antimicrobial agents disrupt the growth of the odor-causing microbes inside the shoe. 

Manufactured using a pig suede leather, this minimalist running shoe has a highly durable upper that protects the foot from scrapes and knocks. The suede material is designed to withstand wear and tear without compromising comfort and flexibility. 

Providing a personalized fit is the traditional lacing system integrated into the shoe. The shoelaces are easy to adjust and highly durable. 


Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.