0C12IHWZ1UD823 Women’s moab 2 vent trekking shoe

(8 customer reviews)


  • a hundred% suede leather/mesh
  • imported
  • vibram sole
  • 5mm lug depth

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for over a decade, the merrell moab has been the selection of hikers around the world. Well-known for its comfort and revered for its sturdiness, no trekking boot is relied on on extra trails.

moab 2

enjoy out-of the-box consolation with durable leathers, a supportive footbed, and vibram traction, all in a versatile bundle, you won’t doubt why moab stands for mother of all boots.

moab 2 vent product functions

this leather and mesh higher gives breathability and durability at the path.

excessive-overall performance rubber sole with unmatched sturdiness, stability and slip resistance providing confinece to your toes.

centered heel cushioning improves standard consolation by using lowering pressure for your foot with every step.

recycled substances

repurposing the old to make a better new.

water conservation

each drop counts so we agree with within the obligation to apply water thoughtfully


creating merchandise that keep as much as giant wear

waste not

decreasing landfill contribution thru recycling, effiencies, and innovation.

product description

hiking shoe


5, 5 Wide, 5.5, 5.5 Wide, 6, 6 Wide, 6.5, 6.5 Wide, 7, 7 Wide, 7.5, 7.5 Wide, 8, 8 Wide, 8.5, 8.5 Wide, 9, 9 Wide, 9.5, 9.5 Wide, 10, 10 Wide, 10.5, 10.5 Wide, 11, 11 Wide, 11.5, 12, 4 M UK, 6 M UK, 8 M UK


Aluminum/Marlin, Smoke, Taupe, Brindle, Navy Morning, Falcon, Green Laurel, Olive, Granite, Black Baja, Charcoal, Laurel, Castle Rock, Drizzle/Mint

8 reviews for 0C12IHWZ1UD823 Women’s moab 2 vent trekking shoe

  1. MegW

    I have a 52 year old, flat foot with bunions that are painful. So a large toebox is important for me and support under the arch of my foot is important. I have worn many different and good types of shoes that are much higher priced than this Merrell shoe, Ahnu, Ohbo, and Keen but this is the best shoe for someone who needs a wide toebox and arch support. I hike four or five times a week and Merrill boots are the only ones that are supportive enough for me not to have painful feet after my hikes. I will never buy a different brand of boots for this very reason. Please consider the type a foot that you have if you are serious about being comfortable when you are hiking for several miles. If you have a high arch the suppoIf If you have a high arch that does not need support you might reconsider purchasing these shoes because they may interfere with you arch because they are so supportive. They are awesome for a flat foot.Read more

  2. countrygal

    I wore New Balance 993’s for years until they started making them in China and the soles felt like carboard. I then switched to Brooks running shoe until they upgraded to a new model and ruined the fit. I then switched to Merrell Moab Vent hiking shoe and have worn the Merrell Moab Ventilator wide hiking shoes for several years. Again someone decided for some reason to upgrade a perfectly good shoe, changing the fit to what I feel is inferior to the Moab Vent that I loved. I received the newVemt 2 upgrade today and found the Vibram sole to be less cushioned that the old one, so when I walk the toe area tends to make a flop noise because it doesn’t bend as well. The heel is a wider fit and doesn’t cling to my heel as well so it slips. I wear orthotics but the arch in the new Vent 2 is higher so that creates too much arch but not enough without the orthotic. All in all, I think the original Moab Vent was a much superior shoe and will probably be returning the new ones. I wish companies would realize when the have a good thing and stop making changes just for the sake of changes. It doesn’t always turn out well. It happened with Keen shoes too. The sole used to be rubber then they ruined it by changing to lest soft recycled soles. All these changes are probably liveable if you have young feet, but there is less and less out there for those of us with old feet who need more quality. I’d be willing to pay for for a good shoe, but for the shoe makers it seems to be all about saving money, which ends up meaning poorer quality.Read more

  3. A Good Consumer

    I LOVE THESE SHOES! I’m a competitive hiker and I put in up to 15 miles a day and these shoes are so comfortable! There was no break-in time at all. I put them on and hit the trail. I normally wear a 7 1/2 but I ordered an 8 and they fit perfect! I have wide feet at the toes and the Moabs are really roomy, had plenty of room to wiggle the piggies. They’re lightweight enough not to fatigue my legs, but they are sturdy and easily handle rough terrain and rocks. It’s been super humid up there in the UP of Michigan, and my feet haven’t been sweaty at all. Got a race on the 4th – will let you know!Read more

  4. macosar

    I so wanted to love this shoe. Great support, nice toe box, super fit, everything you expect from Merrell but it also came with unexpected yet consistent lower back pain. I tried breaking them in, swapping shoes, wearing them for limited times, changing the inserts, etc. I’m a month in and each time I wear them results in lower back pain. Never had this experience with another shoe or Merrell product. If you buy them and start with lower back pain return them immediately, it’s not going to go away. It’s the shoes not you.UPDATE – It is the shoes: Spoke with Merrell. These shoes have a high lug depth (rise from heel to toe was the explanation) most shoes only have a lower lug depth, including many Merrells. The shoe’s design is known to result in lower back pain for some people (lug depth or arch placement. Merrell was very helpful and replaced the shoes for me. Very impressed with Merrell they really do stand behind their product.Read more

  5. Kathleen M. O’Toole

    As always, Merrell does not disappoint me. I ordered these very close to traveling on a trip to Alaska. Tried them on when they arrived and felt great…..but I have bad feet; bunions, no arch….wide toes for bunion and skinny heel so always tough finding something comfortable that stays on and doesn’t irate……and usually need to wear shoes for a while before I decide they are good for me. I wore these most of the time I was in AK. Hiking on rocks, walking on trails and just hanging out. It was cold and wet and my feet stayed toasty warm and comfortable the entire time.Read more

  6. J. B.

    These shoes are giving good grip on the trails and the Smoke gray is lighter in real life than in the picture, which I like. I got the size 90% of my shoes are in and they fit as they should. Comfortable on dirt/grass/sand/rocks but walking through the parking lot is awful between the stiffness of the shoe and the high arches. Another review mentioned the arches which are noticeable but have proven to be beneficial on inclines so I figure it’s worth getting used to.Read more

  7. gotta have it

    Ok, so when I first tried on these shoes, it felt large in the width area near my toes. I quickly put in my own shoe inserts and it dramatically changed the size for me and it was a perfect fit. I order a size 8 and I usually wear a size 8 shoe. I wore these puppies on a 3.5 hour hike without breaking them in, and I had no issues with cramping feet or blisters. It’s a very sturdy shoe, keeping your feet in place when climbing on rocks. It also has a thick enough sole to help reduce foot fatigue, and a guard to protects toes if you accidentally stub it on some rocks. Although these shoes are not waterproof, I did trek in a creek, and the overall protection and grip I had in the water was excellent. This is a hiking shoe I recommend if you are on a budget, well worth my purchase and I am excited to use it again on my next adventure.Read more

  8. Ana Tenreiro

    I used these the first time to hike in Sedona and my feet felt great. After hiking over 4 miles and climbing the rocks i had no discomfort or pain in my feet.I would highly recommend these shoes !Read more

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