[pct-l] Merrell Moab ventilator

Ryan Hull rynos1234 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 12:48:19 CST 2015

I used them for my section in 2011.  I wore one pair for 1000 miles.  The
upper was still in fine shape, but the tread had mostly worn off and the
foam (midsole?) had degraded significantly such that it fit my feet a
little too much like a glove and causing some weird pressure points.  My
average total weight with pack was ~150 lbs and I walk softly.

Overall I was pleased, but if I used them again I'd replace every 750-800
miles or so.  Most likely next time I'll just use some type of trail
runner/athletic shoe for faster drying and lighter weight.


On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 12:06 PM, Brian Gill <pctpanama at aol.com> wrote:

> Anybody use the Merrell Moab ventilator shoe on a thru ? How did it  hold
> up ?    Panama
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>        Brian
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