- Suede upper
- Double stretch gore for easy on and off
- Outer Material: Leather
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Synthetic
- Closure: Pull On
- Heel Height: 4 centimetres
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 35.56 x 20.32 x 12.7 cm; 368.54 Grams
- Date First Available : 15 Feb. 2009
- Manufacturer : Merrell
- ASIN : B0007SZ4QK
- Item model number : J60787
- Department : Men's
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 890 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- Customer reviews:
This moc creates your ultimate low-maintenance shoe, featuring a smooth suede upper and Merrell air cushion underfoot for extra support.
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I like the slip on feature which is so much more practical than a lace up casual shoe/trainer and there are pull-on tabs on the heels. The interior of the shoe has a special anti-odour treatment which seems to last a long time plus you can change the insoles.
The outers don't need much cleaning as there's a rubber rim around the shoe. The heel is slightly higher than some but absorbs impact and makes the shoes great for walking in all but the roughest terrain. i have also found the shoes to be highly water resistant.
In summary, a good value pair of practical shoes which are well made and should last quite a while.
As a fell walker I’m a big fan of Merrell and Solomon walking boots, and generally live in my Merrell Moab Ventilator boots. These Jungle Mocs have the same fitting and comfy feel as those Moabs, but bridge the gap from outdoor boot to smarter day shoe. They’re rugged underneath, but stylish on the top, and I can pair them with my usual Craghopper Kiwi Classics or my work chino type trousers so I don’t look like I’ve just rolled off of Snowdon. Which I usually just have.
Update: I've had the brown coloured ones now for coming up to a year, and have just brought a pair in black also, such is my regard for how comfy and practical they are.
I've only just received the shoes so will try them properly but I'm not so confident about them.
They are very slippy on a wet pavement/road/carpark they slip and slide easily. I wear these at work on hard floors which do get wet so I'm deeming them pretty useless for me. they are ok for comfort. Not sure if I will be able to return them now as I've worn them twice.
After three pairs, and now back to walking without pain, I felt I needed a change so bought these. Dull, unfashionable, but ever so comfortable shoes.
Well made and comfy. God I hate myself.
He is so so fussy where shoes are concerned and they have to be just right, even doing what the family call, a stretch test when trying them on. There is such drama when he gets a new pair of shoes!
So for him to say that they are great after wearing them for a few hours is not short of a miracle.
It usually takes him weeks to get used to shoes and I could write a novel about shoes he tries, because he is so fussy, he drives me crazy.
It also takes forever to drive in them, ( just in case) but today he got straight in the car and on arriving back he commented on how comfortable they are, so I punched the air! Finally I have scored 180 in my choice. Had I not got these he would still be in his scruffy Skechers which, when first bought were fine, but hes worn them to bits.
My previous experience with Merrells was that they could be a bit on the tight side, but I didn't want a slip-on shoe floating about on my feet. I am an 11 or 11½ in a normal shoe but generally buy 12 in trainers and running shoes. I opted for 11½ with this Merrell and it is... snug. Should I have bought the next size up? Not sure, but I think it's possible. Anyway, I think they are wearing in OK without causing irreversible damage to my feet, but just be careful on the sizing. Otherwise these shoes are great. They are well made; I think they look good; and they are actually comfortable despite the... snugness. Recommended.
I first wore my pair on 1st May this year, and the soles are basically worn through. Bearing in mind that I wore sandals constantly for three months during that period, and that I wear other shoes for work, running, hiking, etc., it's just not acceptable for them to have worn out in such a short time. I have had roughly three months of wear: by contrast, my Timberland loafers have lasted roughly four times as long and are still going strong!
For the price I paid, I find this very disappointing indeed.