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rated 1 of 5 stars High arch and comfortable, that's the only good. I've had them a month. The eyelets catch on each of the other boot's when doing anything but walking in a straight line. They've tripped me up multiple times. If sitting with feet crossed they will tangle. I've broken one plastic open eyelet and bent two metal ones from catching on each other. I have yet to wear them and not have them catch on each other or something else. To compare, I wear work boots everyday for 30 years in all kinds of positions. Full review

Energis Mid Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great fit right out of the box, men's size 10. Good enough for wet trails that aren't ankle deep in water. For men's size 10, average arch, a great fit right off the bat. Stitching is good, footbed is okay so far. After about a cumulative thirty miles of hiking through deep wet grasses and shallow puddles, the "waterproof" description is accurate. I got them during the rainy season in Oregon, which seems to be nine months at a time. I don't walk through lace-deep water with these and if need be,… Full review


rated 0.5 of 5 stars I bought them for a trip to Toronto. Huge blisters on my ankles—even without tying them tight. I have a 15-year-old Nike pair that I’m back to wearing. Blisters threes weeks old this weekend. I pissed $100 away. They are very uncomfortable. I have three-week-old blisters on my ankles. I will not wear them again. I will not buy Merrell again. I’m back to wearing my 15-year-old Nike boots. Full review

All Out Blaze Sieve

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Good for creek crossing, quick dry up, but less traction on slick surface. Not for hill terrain. I've just bought the Merrell All Out Blaze Sieve on 20th Oct. 2018. First use was just walk around camp area on concrete pavement which has some dirt on the surfaces. I slipped and nearly fell. Then I went light hiking and crossed some creeks. This time the shoes work quite okay. Second use was on 27th October. This time on uphill terrain and I walked with high awareness. The shoes are not suitable for… Full review

Outmost Ventilator

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I find these shoes really comfortable, lightweight, and cool. I use them for hiking in good weather. I struggle to find shoes to fit my feet. I often find shoes are not wide enough across the ball of the foot, leading to sharp stabbing pains and numbness. I also dislike heavy and hot shoes. These shoes fit my feet really well and the laces customise the fit well so I don't get any pinching or numbness. They didn't seem to need any breaking in for me and I have never had any chaffing. The only downside… Full review

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Merrell Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Chaco and Merrell move up and down footwear line
Footwear companies like Chaco and Merrell may start out with an iconic product (like water sandals or classic leather boots), but many move up or down the footwear line. Read more
September 7, 2011

New Barefoot and Minimalist Trail Footwear
Barefoot and minimal footwear is growing in popularity, including among the outdoor set. Whether you’re interested in going all in (barefoot) or want to ease into the idea (minimalist or lightweight), here are the latest trail offerings for 2011. Read more
March 16, 2011

Gear Maker Profile: Randy Merrell of Merrell FootLab
Randy Merrell's name is known throughout the outdoor world thanks to the Merrell Boot Company he co-founded in 1981. As for Merrell the man, he's still making custom leather boots by hand and custom orthotics in his Merrell FootLab workshop in Utah. Read more
February 15, 2010

Outdoor Retailer: More scenes from the showroom floor
Assorted pictures from Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2010. Read more
January 26, 2010

New Footwear for 2010, Part 3: Trail-Runners and Outdoor Socks
We close our series on new footwear of 2010 with a look at trail-running shoes and outdoor footwear. Read more
January 18, 2010

New Footwear for 2010, Part 2: Trail and Multi-Sport Shoes, Miscellaneous Footwear
Part 2 of our series on 2010 footwear looks at trail shoes (essentially below-the-heel hiking boots); multi-sport shoes, which combine features of multiple sports categories; and miscellaneous outdoor footwear like the Vibram FiveFingers line that didn't fit in other categories. Read more
January 11, 2010


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