Who should buy the Merrell Move Glove
Speedy exercise sessions and versatile movements on the roads are the specialties of the Move Glove. This shoe is recommended for you if:
- You want a road running shoe that can support neutral pronation or supination
- You want a versatile running shoe that has a minimalist construction
Updates to the Merrell Move Glove
- Aggressive outsole design that acts as a perimeter against sharp debris and other harmful surfaces
- A near-barefoot midsole that offers just the right amount of underfoot support while enabling maximum ground contact
Heightened durability and protection
The outsole unit of the Merrell Move Glove is made up of the Vibram Megagrip, a compound that is constructed to resist wear-and-tear. It covers the whole platform and extends to the base of the upper unit to heighten durability and aversion to potentially harmful elements while running.
Shallow flex grooves govern the design of the external pad. These horizontal stretches are tasked with making the platform as flexible as possible, permitting the natural progression of the gait in the process.
Responsive and energized rides
The underfoot cushioning is the responsibility of the PORON Vive, a close-to-the-ground piece that is responsive and able to return energy to the foot with each foot-fall and lift.
A footbed is integrated into the midsole, fusing a soft surface with the shoe-last to deliver a consistently comfortable feel throughout the running session. It doesn’t add weight or bulk to the stack height of the platform.
A secure yet stretchy coverage
Mesh is used for the upper unit of the Merrell Move Glove. This material delivers a secure fit, yet it is stretchy and porous enough to maintain a snug yet ventilated ride. Breathable uppers are staples of modern running shoes, even gracing well-known series like the Nike Free Run line and the Altra Escalante roster.
A one-piece construction removes the traditionally separate tongue unit and employs a wraparound upper construction that mimics the embrace of a sock. Skin irritation and hot spots are phenomena that are averted by slip-on facades.
A traditional lacing system helps the runner in achieving a customized fit. Even though a no-tongue upper is used for this model, the extra security brought by laces on the instep can be a welcome addition for those who like the freedom to adjust the in-shoe feel.