Information about Merrell Intercept Multi-Sport Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Strobel construction -- a method that improves flexibility and stability -- is one of the many reasons Merrell's Intercept multi-sport shoes adapt to any terrain. Others include the gusseted tongue to keep out debris, a moisture-wicking, arch-supporting OrthoLite® footbed and a lugged Vibram® traction outsole.
Reviewed by Mtn Dog from Breckenridge, CO on Saturday, February 12, 2011
Bought for an every day mountain town shoe. They feel a little narrow, but not to the point where they shouldn't break in well. Have had several Merrell products in the past and only had one pair be less than durable. Hoping this pair holds up like most of the others.
Reviewed by shredbetty from sacramento on Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Seems the comment options for this boot are more in line with something for casual wear, but this is clearly a hiking/approach designed shoe with rugged, well-lugged soles, and stabilizing footbed. I haven't used this for my intended purpose yet (hiking, approach, coastal rock climbing, etc) so cannot yet speak to how my feet will feel after multiple miles on the trail and over rocks. But so far these look like they will do the job well. These also benefit from Merrell's old high quality manufacture and materials (some of their recent products have been lacking, but not these). These are keepers.
Describe Yourself: Comfort Driven
Pros: Comfortable, Cushions Impact, Good Arch Support, Hiking