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What began in the Green Mountains in Vermont, now roams the world. For more than 26 years, Merrell has been providing outdoor enthusiasts with quality performance footwear. As the needs of the outdoor enthusiasts have changed, so too has Merrell's approach to addressing those needs. Over time, the concepts of "outdoor" has broadened to include all types of activities and environments - both natural and urban. Merrell is driven to keep pace with this evolution of "The New Outdoor," and continues to evolve.

Featured Styles
29753-p1 Merrell Encore Gust 2 Slip-On Black (Men's)
Item #: 29753
$124.95 $93.71
4067-p1.jpg Merrell Jungle Moc Slip-On Classic Taupe (Women's)
Item #: 4067
$99.95 $73.00
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4081-p1.jpg Merrell Jungle Moc Slip-On Gunsmoke (Men's)
Item #: 4081
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21370-p1 Merrell Moab 2 Mid Vent Boot Taupe (Women's)
Item #: 21370
$119.95 $96.00
21369-p1 Merrell Moab 2 Mid WP Boot Granite (Women's)
Item #: 21369
$134.95 $107.00
21377-p1 Merrell Moab 2 WP Sneaker Beluga (Men's)
Item #: 21377
$134.95 $108.00
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29475-p1 Merrell Moab 3 Sneaker Aluminum (Women's)
Item #: 29475
$119.95 $94.00
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27642-p1 Merrell Moab Speed Sneaker Burlwood (Women's)
Item #: 27642
$129.95 $89.00
28015-p1 Merrell Nova Sneaker Moc Olive (Men's)
Item #: 28015
$99.95 $63.00

How do I clean Merrell footwear? For daily use, brush away any surface dirt with a soft brush. Merrell shoes can be washed with mild soap and warm water. Be sure to rinse off all soap to maintain cleanliness. Open footwear fully, remove insole and laces and dry at room temperature. Do not apply heat to footwear. This can compromise the adhesive or materials used to construct the shoe.

Where are Merrell shoes made? Merrell footwear is owned by Wolverine World Wide, which is a global company, and therefore shipped and produced globally. Some countries that manufacture Merrell shoes include, but are not limited to, the United States, Dominican Republic, United Kingdom, Vietnam and China.  

How do Merrell shoes fit?  There is no footwear industry standard for shoe size, but Merrell shoes tend to fit true to size and are known for their ‘out of the box’ comfort.

What are Merrell shoes made of?  Merrell shoes are perfect for a variety of different activities, and because of this, they are made with many different materials. Please visit Merrell’s What's Inside a Hiking Shoe? for a full breakdown of what each shoe may be made of.

Cleansport NXT: Merrell’s removable footbed, that has been treated for natural odor control to keep feet fresh longer.
FlexPlate: A layer of construction in the outsole that helps provide flexible rigidity, and stability for different terrains
FloatPro: Merrell’s lightweight foam insole for 30% more comfort underfoot
Vibram MegaGrip: A high performance rubber outsole for unparallel grip on both wet and dry surfaces.
Gore-Tex: Highly durable, breathable, weatherproof membrane to keep out wind and water.
Matryx: A multi-filament Kevlar threads and high-tenacity polyamide, combined to create a lightweight, breathable, and abrasion resistant upper.
FLEXconnect: Dual-directional flex-grooves in the midsole of the shoes for enhance ground connection.
COMFORTBASE ACTIVE: A contoured base insole, best for all day comfort for long days standing.
Kinetic Fit ADVANCED: Contoured footbed with reinforced heel cushioning for medium support.
Vibram Arctic Grip: Advanced cold-weather, all terrain outsole designed for winter traction due to the enhanced durability and versatility.

Things to consider when picking a hiker:
Fit: Consider the width of the toe box & its volume. Feet swell while on hikes so extra wiggle room will keep you comfortable longer.
Midsole: Midsoles are all about cushioning, comfort & shock-absorption. Cushioning should be in the forefoot & shock absorption should be in the heel. A "springier" midsole returns a little energy with every step, so they are nice for a fast hike or going a long distance. A denser midsole helps protect feet from natural hazards.
Outsole: Deeper lugs are for more rugged or slick terrain and shallower lugs are more versatile for hiking around town. 
Height: The taller the boot, the more support you'll have. Low-cut hikers are the lightest & most flexible option. Mid-cut hikers are a hybrid options. They balance ankle support & protection with flexibility. High-cut hikers have more ankle support, and they are helpful on super rugged terrain or if you're carrying a heavy pack.
Upper: Material choices should match the type of hiking you plan to do. Leather or synthetic materials are more durable but typically heavier & less breathable. Mesh options are great for hot, dry hikes. Waterproof boots keep your feet dry, but the waterproofing must be breathable, or your feet will get wet from sweat. 


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