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  • Merrell MLJ11617 Moab Vertex, Men's, Clay, Comp Toe, EH, WP Hiker
  • Merrell MLJ11617 Moab Vertex, Men's, Clay, Comp Toe, EH, WP Hiker
  • Merrell MLJ11617 Moab Vertex, Men's, Clay, Comp Toe, EH, WP Hiker
  • Merrell MLJ11617 Moab Vertex, Men's, Clay, Comp Toe, EH, WP Hiker
  • Merrell MLJ11617 Moab Vertex, Men's, Clay, Comp Toe, EH, WP Hiker

Merrell MLJ11617 Moab Vertex, Men's, Clay, Comp Toe, EH, WP Hiker

Style: MLJ11617

$154.99

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  • Product Details

    Waterproof full grain leather and breathable mesh upper. Abrasion resistant rubber toe bumper. Breathable mesh lining with Merrell M Select DRY waterproof membrane. COMFORTBASE contoured design footbed. COMFORTBASE rubberized EVA midsole.Merrell air cushion in heel absorbs shock. Oil and slip resistant Merrell M Select GRIP rubber outsole. Comp toe. EH. WP. ASTM F2413-18 M/ I/ C EH compliant.

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    Safety Features

    COMPOSITE TOE / NANO TOE
    Compared to their steel toe counterparts the composite toes are manufactured using lightweight materials to make the shoe weigh less while meeting ASTM standards. These shoes meet ASTM F2413-18 I/C standards.

    ELECTRICAL HAZARD
    The soles of EH shoes provide a barrier to protect employees from open electrical currents up to 600 volts. EH shoes are often needed in maintenance, welding and engineering positions. All styles marked with the “EH” icon in this catalog meet the ASTM F2413-18 EH standards.

    WATERPROOF
    Waterproof boots and shoes are constructed to keep the feet dry and comfortable in wet conditions. Waterproof construction requires continuous maintenance and is not guaranteed to remain for the life of the shoe.

    SLIP RESISTANT
    Slip resistant safety footwear is the fastest growing segment of the safety footwear industry. For many employers with wet, oily, and/or greasy floors, it is common sense to require slip resistant safety footwear. Slip related injuries can be extremely costly. No shoe is slip proof, however employers who require slip resistant shoes can reduce worker’s compensation claims.

    Additional Features

    • Oil Resistant
  • Customer Reviews

    Overall Rating
    Comfort
    Slip Resistance
    67% said "Felt true to width"
    67% said "Felt true to size"
    33% said "Excellent arch support"

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    Sturdy and Reliable

    By Torben A Andersen - Posted 09/08/21

    Durable, great work shoes. Not fully waterproof, but resistant enough unless your walking in a creek. Heavier than other boots, but I am a fan of the feel of them, and they have lasted me almost 2 years wearing them 5-6 days a week all day.

    Overall
    Comfort
    Slip Resistances
    Arch Support: Moderate arch support
    Size: Felt true to size
    Width: Felt true to width

    I like them

    By peter Lowe - Posted 04/15/21

    Have worn them for a year and find them high quality. Am surprised by other reviewers comment although they are a bit heavy. The quality is so much higher then a similar styled keen, which were peeling and falling apart after this amount of time. I was actually in the process of ordering a new pair when I saw the review so I'd thought I'd comment because I really like them. The stiffness is an asset walking over broken terrain and the waterproof membrane still works. They don't feel like sneakers but I find them a quality boot with good comfort and support. The weight is a little heavier then some sneaker styles but for a safety shoe I have been very satisfied and would look at other styles from this brand as well based on the build quality. Your mileage may vary as the saying goes but this is a long term review.

    Overall
    Comfort
    Slip Resistances
    Arch Support: Excellent arch support
    Size: Felt true to size
    Width: Felt true to width

    Horrible.

    By Ivan Steiger - Posted 02/12/20

    I could've zip-tied 2x4's to my feet and been more comfortable. My biggest gripe is that they are so stiff, there is no flex at all. Too narrow in the front, too wide in the back. They are also incredibly heavy.

    I will be returning them forthwith.

    Overall
    Comfort
    Slip Resistances
    Arch Support: Minimal arch support
    Size: Felt a half size smaller than marked
    Width: Felt narrower than marked