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Men's Merrell Moab Rover Waterproof Shoes

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Product Details

A perfect balance of cushioned comfort, versatility and durability make these men’s Merrell waterproof shoes ideal for everyday outdoor activity.

Size & Fit

  • Fit best with midweight socks.
  • Construction

  • Full-grain waterproof, abrasion resistant leather upper.
  • Breathable mesh lining treated with M-Select Fresh antimicrobial solution for odor control.
  • M-Select DRY technology waterproof and breathable inner lining.
  • EVA midsole and Merrell’s Air Cushion shock-absorbent heel insert for comfort.
  • Vibram Multi-Sport sole provides traction.
  • Foam padded collar and bellow tongue.
  • Remember Me memory foam ensures comfort and stability with every mile.
  • Imported.
  • Customer Reviews
    Men's Merrell Moab Rover Waterproof Shoes
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    5 / 5
    4.3/5
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    4 out of 6 of reviewers would recommend this product.
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    5 / 5
    February 8, 2017
    Comfortable
    I bought these shoes to wear on sloppy winter days and rainy conditions because my regular Merrell's for hiking are not water-proof, plus I needed something... more
    Colorado Springs
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    5 / 5
    January 25, 2017
    comfortable
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    Very comfortable and kept my socks dry in heavy rain. Good traction on slippery terrain. Highly recommended.
    Brick, NJ
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    5 / 5
    October 20, 2016
    True Walker/Hikers
    Fit - Width:
    Somewhat Narrow
    Very strong stitching, waterproof, leather provides a look for casual dress and/or jeans and shorts. Very comfortable - surprising grip on rocks.
    Delmar, NY
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    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    November 11, 2015
    No big problem
    Shoes are comfortable but I question the cushioning and memory foam that is supposed to be in them.
    Milltown NJ
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    4 out of 8 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    February 4, 2015
    Very comfortable shoe
    These Merrell Moab's were so comfortable when first trying them on at the LL Bean store and continue to be my favorite shoe to wear when I want total comfort... more
    Evergreen, CO
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    15 out of 17 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    January 6, 2015
    Comfortable, great fit, NOT waterproof!
    Bought these boots for a trip to Peru, since I planned for hiking and rain. They fit great right from the start with little to no break-in period. Light... more
    Boston, MA
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    flyfish29 September 8, 2015
    Actually there are waterproof shoes. There are two basic ways to obtain waterproofness.1. leather that has been treated with a waterproofing spray or oil. These treatments wear out over time but can be reapplied. 2. Waterproof membranes. Goretex and other proprietary membranes can be waterproof. These membranes work better when a DWR (Durable water repellant) finish has been applied to the footwear (or clothes). Again, this finish wears out over time but can be reapplied. The DWR helps the membrane not become soaked and work better. These membranes have breathability where option #1 does not typically allow for breathability. It seems Merrel uses this technology. I would say if yours leaked through the footwear uppers contact LLBEAN or Merrel to inquire about a replacement. http://www.merrell.com/US/en/waterproof-gear/ Good Luck.
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    Tequilaman May 11, 2015
    I too want a waterproof hiking shoe for the inevitable shallow puddle or stream crossing, but almost no shoes are truly waterproof unless the big hole that that your foot enters through gets sealed. Looking at this shoe, it is obvious that hole is not sealed. Therefore, a soaking rain can and will get into this shoe. Why can't people use common sense?
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