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Love Merrell shoes and Boots and this one is cheap (RRP £100). Looks good and better than average reviews - cant see any cheaper better boots than these

Size 9 for only £27.93
Size 10 for £26.15
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#1
Heat, cheap and nice Merrell. Only cons is that it doesnt look like a expensive shoe and not waterproof. Otherwise great price for any Merrell.
#2
Link to actual item, here.
#3
Should be smoking hot at this price but reviews are mixed
#4
Well ive gone for a pair, owned numerous pairs and cant really be beaten for comfort. Just not keen on unisex bit lol, will wait for someone to say its a ladies boot lol
#5
last time I purchased a pair of Merrell hiking boots the sole came away from the main boot within 6 months....rubbish quality....won't buy again after that experience cost me fifty notes.
#6
Oh dear..... not another good name outsourcing cheaply....really like Merrells but if this is the case... it's a no more buy :(
#7
Size 9 are £38 now
#8
bought a pair last week.. on label states men (ordered size8) fit not quite as good as other merrell footwear.. but seems ok for the price,havent tested them out yet though
#9
Im wearing a pair of Merrells that I just cant part with and they are 5 years old now been on at least 8 holidays with me - I cant fault the quality
1 Like #10
only size 8 at this price phew!!
1 Like #11
ordered size 8 at £25.65
#12
mackem1966
Should be smoking hot at this price but reviews are mixed
hhmmmm ..I thought the same but reviews not too good ...plus they are NOT waterproof !!
#13
Merrell shoes usually come up small as well.

My feet measure 8 1/2, I wear size 9 for shoes usually but with merrell I have to wear 10's in both walking shoes and boots.
#14
Ideal for my hike up to the chip shop. Thanks OP.
#15
These look great. I love Merrell shoes. Very comfortable. Just ordered. Thanks op. Heat added.
#16
I also love merrells so its worth a punt even based on the reviews on amazon :)
#17
Walking boots should not be made of 20 little bits of leather stitched together like this, you can't make it waterproof. A decent boot costs decent money, the cheapest decent looking ones I could find on amazon are these, which look surprisingly good for modern Karrimor, though the reviews are patchy.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Karrimor-Coniston-weathertite-Walking-K124DKB157

Worth investing in good boots if you can. I still use my 25 year old Zamberlans.
#18
haslitt
Walking boots should not be made of 20 little bits of leather stitched together like this, you can't make it waterproof. A decent boot costs decent money, the cheapest decent looking ones I could find on amazon are these, which look surprisingly good for modern Karrimor, though the reviews are patchy.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Karrimor-Coniston-weathertite-Walking-K124DKB157


Worth investing in good boots if you can. I still use my 25 year old Zamberlans.


Funny you say that, I just retired my 23 year old Zamberlans for a pair of Sportiva's which I'm loving so far
#19
cRuNcHiE
Merrell shoes usually come up small as well.

My feet measure 8 1/2, I wear size 9 for shoes usually but with merrell I have to wear 10's in both walking shoes and boots.
Very true. It's ridiculous that they can't make standard sizes.
#20
Im a 7 1/2 normally but have ordered an 8....hope they fit!!

Voted HOT

Edited By: spenspuma on Jul 01, 2014 17:49
#21
tallpete33
haslitt
Walking boots should not be made of 20 little bits of leather stitched together like this, you can't make it waterproof. A decent boot costs decent money, the cheapest decent looking ones I could find on amazon are these, which look surprisingly good for modern Karrimor, though the reviews are patchy.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Karrimor-Coniston-weathertite-Walking-K124DKB157


Worth investing in good boots if you can. I still use my 25 year old Zamberlans.


Funny you say that, I just retired my 23 year old Zamberlans for a pair of Sportiva's which I'm loving so far

Nice! But what will the GTX be like in a quarter of a century?!?!
1 Like #22
Ordered a pair yesterday evening, delivered this afternoon.

Have worn Merrell's for years, favourite brand. At £26 had to be worth a punt, obviously materials won't be to the same standard as £100 shoes and no Vibram sole but VERY pleasantly surprised. Bought a pair of Merrell Moab Goretex shoes few weeks ago and went up half a size from my usual 8 to 8.5. Took the chance and went for the 8 in these and they are a great fit.
Nice lightweight walking boot. Good waterproofing spray probably won't go amiss before using in anger.

Like "nasteestu" said above can also confirm the label inside the tongue states it is a Mens shoe.

Thanks to OP Orangelemon - cracking buy
#23
rob585
last time I purchased a pair of Merrell hiking boots the sole came away from the main boot within 6 months....rubbish quality....won't buy again after that experience cost me fifty notes.
Did you contact Merrell about it? I'm not being facetious, it's just that I'd be surprised if they wouldn't replace them for you. I have two pairs of Merrell shoes, one pair being worn pretty much every day, both are at least 3 years old and still fine (and Merrell have a fairly good reputation within the industry, according to my brother who works for an outdoor clothing retailer) so perhaps you got a defective pair.
1 Like #24
Tempted, I'm wearing some gore-tex site boots at the min which are rugged as hell but a bit sweaty in current conditions!
1 Like #25
Bought!

Nice work, favourite footwear!

Have some heat!!!
1 Like #26
Quality has really suffered in last two years or so ...
I've been a customer for 8 years and gave up last year...
1 Like #27
Sounds like they are not ideal for climbing The Cheviot, but fine for general walks in the countryside with the kids & dog. I will be doing the latter. Size 8 purchased. Bargain.
#28
Just got mine - amazing boots / value - Looks like they are going out of stock and they are putting some sizes prices up - size 9 still only £32 delivered
#29
Aliwoo18

Did you contact Merrell about it? I'm not being facetious, it's just that I'd be surprised if they wouldn't replace them for you. I have two pairs of Merrell shoes, one pair being worn pretty much every day, both are at least 3 years old and still fine (and Merrell have a fairly good reputation within the industry, according to my brother who works for an outdoor clothing retailer) so perhaps you got a defective pair.


Quality of Merrell has gone down considerably in recent years IMPO and, judging by numerous posts online, plenty of other people feel the same way.

Bought two pairs in recent years and, in both cases, the soles came off within weeks. Both also claimed to be waterproof shoes/boots but they had so many holes in the join between sole and shoe/boot that there was no way they could be even considered waterproof.

I think they make them in China now and the quality has gone right downhill IMPO. I have noticed in shops that the finish on them seems to get worse the bigger the shoe/boot size so I do wonder whether the small hands of Chinese workers can actually manipulate such big shoe sizes when sticking the soles on?

I will buy a pair now for non-wet conditions to use as basic trainers if I can buy them, as you can usually find them nowadays, for about £45 or less. I would never pay their full asking prices, or anywhere near, and I would not bother trying to get a waterproof shoe from them so I would not pay extra for their gore-tex.

Have a google and see what people are saying.

These above boots look OK for under £40 for going for a dog walk. But keep your fingers crossed about how long they last and whether they are water-proof.

Merrell to me are no different to a brand like Karrimore - in fact, I think the much rubbished Karrimores will serve people much better in terms of price and waterproofing. There are plenty of sub £50 makes of waterproof shoe and boots nowadays.
#30
Just a Foot note; Got mine today, I am a size 7.5 and the size 8 feels great on and they look smart too, but i will keep out the puddles.
#31
Drumbo
Just a Foot note; Got mine today, I am a size 7.5 and the size 8 feels great on and they look smart too, but i will keep out the puddles.

Thats odd..im a size 7.5 and the size 8 is a little too big for me. I will keep them and wear 2 pairs of socks in winter, but to be honest they are too big.

I would not go a size up in these.
#32
size 10 now £28

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