Verdict from 5 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Cozy: Pain-free feet, ankles, and toes all-day are possible with the Vans UltraRange EXO MTE. 
  • Light: It feels very airy on the feet that it won't slow you down.
  • Water-resistant: Perfect on unexpected weather changes as it will keep your feet dry on light rain showers. 
  • Versatile: It is an adaptable pair for walking, working out, or hiking. You can take this sneaker anywhere you want.
  • Durable: Similar to its UltraRange folks, the EXO MTE edition remains unscathed even when used for a long time.
  • Stylish: It has a modern, sleek appeal that can perfectly match countless attires.  
  • Built-in support: Vans supplied it with an external structure that keeps the feet locked-in.
  • Grippy: Fret not on wet surfaces as this model boasts its reliable outsole traction.

1 reasons not to buy

  • Tight: A critic mentions that his toes felt cramped while wearing this sneaker. 

Bottom line

Whatever nature throws your way, walk with confidence with the Vans UltraRange EXO MTE. Wear this sneaker from city to light trails as it provides secured strides and durability for lasting use. Uncertain about the weather on your next adventure? Pack this kick with you as it can shed light moisture to help you to feel comfy in uncomfortable situations. 

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Vans UltraRange EXO MTE: Keeps you light, dry, and comfy

Vans launched the UltraRange series intended for surf teams. The brand wanted to offer these teams footwear that they could don in between their adventures. Because of its versatility, the UltraRange seamlessly turned into one of the lifestyle scene's favorite silhouettes to date. 

Currently, Vans offers countless UltraRange models. One of the latest is the Vans UltraRange EXO MTE, the low-top version of the UltraRange EXO Hi MTE. It displays the classic UltraRange flair added with durable features to make it last. It highlights its MTE 360 technology to gear you up for various weather conditions. 

Remarkable features: 

This sneaker carries common features of its UltraRange siblings but only differ in a few:

  • The excellent support on the ankle and forefoot provides a lock-in feel to make your feet secured with walking or skating.
  • Its treated mesh upper sheds away light moisture. 
  • It is inserted with a comfortable, flexible, and lightweight UltraCush that adds an overall cozy experience.
  • Pull tabs on the heel and tongue allows easier on and off.
  • The reversed lug waffle pattern gumsole found underfoot provides plenty of traction and durability. 
Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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