Merrell Moab GORE-TEX

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Merrell Moab GORE-TEX
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The Merrell Men's Moab GTX XCR Shoe's Gore-Tex gasket and waterproof nubuck leather in the upper keep your feet dry when the trail spends miles criss-crossing creeks, or you get stuck in a freak storm. Gore-Tex XCR also offers excellent breathability that combines with mesh in the Moab GTX XCR’s uppers and tongue to enhance ventilation, which you’ll prostrate yourself in thanks for when the mercury rises beyond civilized temperatures. Merrell added a rubber toe bumper, heel counter, and Vibram’s Multi-Sport Plus outsole to provide the protection, support and traction you need to remain as agile as an ocelot on the hunt.


  • Nylon 6.6 Injection Molded Arch Shank.
  • GORE- TEX® Gasket Construction.

Lining and Layers:

  • GORE-TEX Extended Comfort Footwear lining keeps feet dry and comfortable
  • Breathable mesh lining treated with Aegis® Antimicrobial solution maintains foot comfort

Support and Cushioning:

  • Merrell Air Cushion in the heel absorbs shock and adds stability
  • Compression molded EVA foot frame provides cushioning


  • Breathable Ventilated Bellows Tongue.

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof Dura Leather/Breathable Mesh Upper.


  • 7.5mm Narrow Gauge Webbing.


  • Bellows tongue keeps debris out
  • Vibram® Multi- Sport™ Sole /TC5+ Rubber.
  • 5mm Sole lug depth
  • Synthetic leather toe cap and heel counter
  • Ortholite Anatomical Footbed
  • 4.5mm A n atomical Footbed.
FEATURES of the Merrell Men's Moab Gore-Tex Shoe.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Merrell Men's Moab Gore-Tex Shoe.

Appalachain Outdoors
The Men’s Moab GORE-TEX hiking shoe from Merrell is ready for any backcountry adventure. This shoe's Aegis antimicrobial-treated GORE-TEX lining adds a new level of waterproof protection and comfort, making this shoe a trail-proven performer for any season. With Vibram soles for stability, and lightweight construction, you’ll pick these shoes to wear, everywhere you go.
Paragon Sports
In this newest style of the Moab hiking shoe, the addition of Aegis antimicrobial-treated GORE-TEX lining adds a new level of cloudburst protection to this proven, highly ventilated desert rat.

Ramsey Outdoor
From scorching deserts to steaming rain forests, these multi-sport low-cuts keep your feet dry and comfortable when the rest of you is hot and sweaty. GORE-TEX® gasket construction makes them waterproof and wicks sweat away from your skin for comfort in extreme temperatures. Breathable mesh in uppers (alternating with waterproof nubuck leather) and mesh bellows tongue enhance ventilation. Rubber toe bumper and heel counter, and Vibram® Multi-Sport Plus™ sole provide the protection, support and traction you need when the action heats up.
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Lining :GORE-TEX Extended Comfort Footwear lining keeps feet dry and comfortable
Midsole :EVA
Outsole :Vibram® Multi-Sport Sole/TC5+ Rubber
Upper :Waterproof Dura leather and mesh upper
Waterproofing :Yes
Weight:1 lb 8 oz
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Merrell Moab GORE-TEX Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I'm getting ready to order another pair, but I have had my current MOAB's for 2+ years. I wore these shoes (dark chocolate) every day for over a year, work, school, sometimes to run in. These shoes took massive abuse at work (in a granite fabrication shop) until the sides busted out. I would stand in 1-3 inches of water all day and my feet would remain bone dry, I would also wear them in the snow, hiking, biking, you name it. I ended up "repairing" the busted out sides (I tore them on scraps of granite counter top in our scrap pile) with fishing line and these suckers are back to nearly water proof. They currently get used for biking, hiking and anything where my shoes are gonna get dirty or muddy. Trust me, you can't go wrong with these, and they even look nice enough to wear to a job with business a casual dress code (if you keep them nice looking).

plexx88 at on 09/04/2012

these shoes are falling apart... riddled with holes... my feet are wet...they have no grip because the soles are totally worn out and starting to peel off....... after 2 years of year'round abuse. 2 years! these are undoubtably the best shoes i've ever owned. I'm sad to see them go. after trail running every season in them, countless hikes, wearing them everyday to work, and putting my feet up at the bar as I order a drink....these shoes have done it all.... and survived. I typically burn through shoes within 7 months. Not these ones (and not their sibling..the mid-tops..but thats for another time). These shoes are my favorite. nice and grippy, waterproof, and breathable enough for the murky new england july and august. Enjoy! I'm off to find another pair.
As a disclaimer, I am affiliated with Gore for product testing of Gore-tex products for the purpose of product review and recommendation. I do receive items from Gore for these purposes.

edward at on 09/18/2012

I've been wearing nothing but Moab's for going on four years now. They're immeasurably comfortable, relatively rugged, handle water/mud very well and offer tremendous support in a small size.
Carrying no more than 25 pounds backpacking I see no need to wear a higher length mid or full on hiking boot and I love having shoes that can do double/triple/etc duty from on the trail, to around town, to doing some light biking. I've always been a fond fan of shoes that can serve in every situation and these fit the bill beautifully.
Over the summer/fall I beat these shoes up considerably outdoors instructing each day. Only one pair I've owned has been given up, thrashed after 2 1/2 years and even then it was only because it LOOKED beat-up, not because function or performance had been compromised. Go for it, you'll love them.

Ryan Silve at on 05/08/2012

So I have had these shoes for about two weeks. I can't say that I have broken them in all of the way yet. First things I have noticed are the insole is very comfortable. Its a spongy kind of material. These fit very true to size and takes the guesswork out of trying to size without trying them on. My first few days of walking in these have produced some blisters but only on one foot. I'm hoping as they break in this gets better. I have high hopes for these and I think they will deliver.

Doug Small at on 08/26/2012

I wore these shoes for over a year for everything from day to day use to hiking to trail running. The durability was great and I loved that they kept my feet dry without sweating. I would still be wearing them but the sole at the heal work through.
They fit true to size and width.
The problem is I can't find the color I had in my size anywhere.
As a disclaimer, I am affiliated with Gore for product testing of Gore-tex products for the purpose of product review and recommendation. I do receive items from Gore for these purposes.

mikey1299 at on 08/01/2012

Perfect. The do tend to get a little warm in the summer months (they are Gortex, what do you expect?), but an exceptional shoe for cooler weather. The heel of this shoe is fairly thick, thicker than I am accustomed after getting used to it, they are my favorite shoe for wet/ sloppy conditions. The Merrell "fit" is pretty true to size I suppose - I wear a 9 and it fits the same way my Nike size 9's fit. To add: these shoes are bomb proof. 2 years of abuse and still going strong!

J Razzle at on 07/25/2012

Going on fourth pair in four years. I beat these shoes up pretty good running on the road, trail, hiking, the slot canyons in utah(which really beat the tar out of a shoe, and these shoes do super). They work well in snow with some nice gators too, and are light, comfy, and perfect for one who wants a lot of personality from a shoe. They have the waterproofing, and its bomb, for but eventually decreases year to year after good use. another reason to buy a new pair.

Neil Roberts at on 09/17/2011

I've owned a pair of these Merrell/Moab GTX shoes now for 2 years. Wear them almost every day. I can't seem to wear them out. They fit me great right from the start and are very comfortable around town or in the woods. Built very well and maybe they last too long. I may just get tired of wearing these for so such a long time and look for another pair to break up the monotony.

20r4669105 at on 02/27/2013

I LOVE these shoes! Best I've ever owned. I've had them for about 7 months now and feel like I've got a good understanding of them.
I only use these for hiking. They have incredible grip. I always feel firm inside and out of the shoe. Comfort and support are top-notch and break-in time wasn't too bad. I never did get any blisters during the break-in period. They are wearing extremely well with no defects whatsover.

SoJo at on 09/19/2012

These shoes were super comfortable when I tried them on in the store. When I actually started walking in them there's an uncomfortable crease on the top where my foot bends. I'm hoping that it will go away when I break them in more. I typically wear a size 9 and the 9.5 fit me better than the 9. I haven't had an opportunity to test out the waterproof aspect yet.

Eric Sullano at on 03/31/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Bought some 10.5, true to size. Good rugged shoe; however, the gortex keeps this shoe from breathing. During summer months your feet will suffer an bake in these shoes. During winter trips my feet would sweat and cold snow/air would freeze the sweat trapped inside my shoes...equals cold frozen feet. I have moved on to trail runners and am much more comfortable.

Brendan at on 07/19/2013