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    Thumbs up Merrell shoes review

    well let me start by saying that in the last 22 years that i am self reliant-work and buy myself whatever i need or like i had many many brands of shoes , < that being said this is a review for the brand Merrell , and i have to say that i got a pair for the last 7 years and i used them hard, on rocks fishing, mud, sand, grass,snow, frozen ground, bicycle... they were wet for 2-3 days in a row -on my feet and they staid waterproof and my feet were a little damp not wet , because i have the black leather ones and when they got wet the leather die soaked in my socks and in my skin -it did that when they were newer , after many many washes in the laundry machine they lost the die power , i changed many insoles , so i got wise and only buy now brown leather, all in all i just cant seem to wear them out , the soles are worn but they still strong on the grip ,
    here some pics of the old and the newer -of course i will only buy Merrell brand shoes from now on for me and as gifts

    -also please, this is a review thread in the reviews forum , i'm not claiming this brand is the best nor i am affiliated with them -its just an honest review of a product that works good






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    I'm on my second pair of merrel's now. I had a pair of reflex low that just wore out from 09. And I got a pair of mid reflex that I am wearing now since last year July. Wear them every day right through winter.
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    I love them to. On my second pair in 6 years. The only problem I've had is with the rubber toe starting to seperate but thats an easy fix with superglue.

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    if you wash them don't dry them in the dryer on hot setting , put them next to the AC vent

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    I never wash them. I hose em off, let em air dry, then hit em with some "rain n stain" guard.

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    good to know.

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    I have 3 pair. I like them. I just hand washed a pair of boots with a brush, rinsed them out and set them over the heater vent to air dry slowly. Good as new. They are lightweight and treat my flat feet great.

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    I've abused a pair of Merrill Moab Ventilators for about 3 years now, and I'm very happy with them.
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    I wear Merrells currently. Pretty happy with them. I wouldn't call the ones I have waterproof, even though they are supposed to be, but definitely highly water resistant. I find them comfortable and have put them through some extensive mileage. The ones I have are not leather and probably aren't appropriate for winter hiking though I have used mine in the winter.
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