Merrell Moab FST Hiking Shoe - Men's

Merrell Moab FST Hiking Shoe - Men's
Merrell Moab FST Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Moab FST Hiking Shoe - Men's by Merrell
Don't let the vowel-less acronym in Merrell's Moab FST Hiking Shoe for Men deceive you into thinking it stands for some sort of hiking-related expletive. In fact, the FST stands for Fit and Superior Traction, which should offer some element of suggestion as to how well this shoe performs on the trail. Designed specifically to cater to your light-and-quick pursuits, the Moab features the same dependable performance as its elder sibling, but with a lighter midsole and more modern upper. A breathable mesh boasts TPU overlays for torsional support, while the bellow tongue prevents debris from sneaking into your sock. The M Select FIT. ECO EVA footbed offers personalized support, and the odor-resistant treatment keeps foot funk at bay. Additionally, the Moab FST features a molded nylon arch shank for day-long support, and the EVA midsole (combined with an air-filled heel unit) offers shock attenuation. Not to mention, the Vibram MegaGrip outsole uses 5mm lugs to ensure ample traction in otherwise slick situations.

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SKU: MER00B9
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