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Merrell Moab 2 Mid GTX Men’s Hiking Boots - £68 + free C&C using code @ Activ Instinct
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Merrell Moab 2 Mid GTX Men’s Hiking Boots - £68 + free C&C using code @ Activ Instinct

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Posted 19th Jun

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Go the extra mile in the MOAB 2 MID GORE-TEX Men’s Hiking Boots from Merrell. Experience maximum comfort, thanks to the supportive M-Select FIT.ECO blended EVA footbed, with a zonal arch and heel support, protective rubber toe caps and air cushioning for shock absorption. The GORE-TEX waterproof membrane and bellows tongue ensure your feet stay protected, whilemesh lining provides maximum ventilation.

- GORE-TEX waterproof membrane
- Synthetic leather and mesh upper
- Protective rubber toe cap
- Mesh lining
- Bellows tongue
- M Select FIT.ECO+ blended EVA contoured footbed
- Air Cushioning
- Molded nylon arch shank
- EVA midsole
- Vibram TC5+ sole
- 5mm lug depth
- Weight: 936g
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Black

Other colours available, they also have the shoe if you prefer it to the boot!
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goog find, pretty much the cheapest they have ever been -50p according to camelcamel
Used this company before. Was able to collect from my local Millets at no extra cost.
3.15% cashback on sale items via TCB.
Cracking pair of boots
A great saving for a really good hiking boot. This is a bargain - try them on for suitability and if so just go for it. This is a fantastic deal

If you want a good pair of Hiking boots which will last a long time and will protect you feet and ankles then this is a bargain.

I have been on so many hikes and see so too many people on inappropriate footwear, ordinary shoes or running shoes - needless to say I have also seen people with broken ankles as a result.
Had some merrells in the past absolutely the worst grip ever. Slippers would have been better. They also fell apart very quickly.
Good boots, but they fit small, order 1 size up.
Think I’ll try out the low rise version for £57. Seems to get good reviews on Amazon.
I got a set of Merrell boots last year and they have the worst grip I’ve ever had on a set of boots.

Comfortable to wear but I almost break my neck if I step on anything slippery. Now they’re relegated to just being the boots I use in my back garden.

I went back to Berghaus and they’re far superior.
fiqqer19/06/2019 13:30

A great saving for a really good hiking boot. This is a bargain - try …A great saving for a really good hiking boot. This is a bargain - try them on for suitability and if so just go for it. This is a fantastic dealIf you want a good pair of Hiking boots which will last a long time and will protect you feet and ankles then this is a bargain.I have been on so many hikes and see so too many people on inappropriate footwear, ordinary shoes or running shoes - needless to say I have also seen people with broken ankles as a result.


Ankle support isn't always the answer - I hike a lot all over the world, have done week long hikes at high altitude and met lots of people in approach shoes and trainers and a lot of people who know more about these things than me and they say it depends a lot on the individual. Personally I generally prefer boots, but to say that wearing them "WILL" prevent injuries just isn't the case.
I've got some Zamberlans with Vibram soles like these and worn them almost daily for the past 3 years . The actual boot is on great condition still and the soles are finally getting a bit worn . Still waterproof though .
Been reading a lot of hiking boot/shoe reviews recently. A lot of the anecdotal stuff that I've seen about Merrell is that the quality isn't what it used to be (even for the same models). Just look through Moab listings on here from the past little while.

I've never owned any but seems to be the prevailing opinion.
clb31619/06/2019 14:40

I got a set of Merrell boots last year and they have the worst grip I’ve e …I got a set of Merrell boots last year and they have the worst grip I’ve ever had on a set of boots.Comfortable to wear but I almost break my neck if I step on anything slippery. Now they’re relegated to just being the boots I use in my back garden.I went back to Berghaus and they’re far superior.


Don't they both use Vibram? Probably just two different qualities on two different models.
Gooutdoors price matched this (they won`t accept discount codes) so after 78 they took off 10% so i got them for 71.
I see Amazon have the browns for 68.99 as well.
I was quite reticent having plantar fasciitis but they`re the comfiest hiking boots i`ve had and i didn`t slip on 2 days hiking in the rain. I`m definitely getting another pair.
A1RN19/06/2019 19:06

Don't they both use Vibram? Probably just two different qualities on two …Don't they both use Vibram? Probably just two different qualities on two different models.


I have on of gtx models. They can be waterproof but is like you walking on ice even on dry stone. It's probably depends on model.
Edited by: "Jo444" 19th Jun
teecey0919/06/2019 14:28

Think I’ll try out the low rise version for £57. Seems to get good reviews …Think I’ll try out the low rise version for £57. Seems to get good reviews on Amazon.


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