Size and fit

The lace-up closure of the Merrell Roust Revel provides an optimal fit for the foot. The shoe is sold in men’s size from size 7 to size 15. It can run a bit bigger on some so going down a size is a good option.

Merrell Roust Revel Style

The Merrell Roust Revel represents the combination of a casual sneaker and a cycling shoe. Though designed as a cycling sneaker, one can never deny the multiple functions of the shoe. One can pair it up with casual attire and use it as day-to-day footwear. It can also complement gym attire when one goes for their usual training routine. With its sleek appearance, the shoe can go well with a pair of jeans or an athletic get-up.

Notable Features

The over-all design of the Merrell Roust Revel is what has received the most praises from the buyers. The wearers highly appreciate the simple yet stylish design in different colorway choices of the shoe. The comfort provided by the shoe has also been what the buyers loved about the shoe. They loved how they can stay comfortable all-day wearing the shoe.

Merrell Roust Revel History

Merrell yet designed another cycling-inspired shoe in the form of the Merrell Roust Revel. The shoe is basically created to provide long-lasting comfort and provide the needs of a commuter during cycling activities. The shoe is another iteration of the Merrell Roust shoe along with the Merrell Roust Fury, Merrell Roust Fume, and Merrell Roust Frenzy.

Additional Info

  • A vegan-friendly sneaker.
  • The shoe has an EVA removable footbed.
  • Weight of the shoe: 7.8oz
  • A woven fabric upper with thin minimal synthetic overlays are observed.
  • Traditional lace closure is provided.

Popularity

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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.