Information about Merrell Mont Mavis Trail Running Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Light, breathable and ready to take a bite out of the trail, Merrell's Mont Mavis trail running shoes combine the get-up-and-go feel of a sneaker with a grippy, technical design that's ready for uneven terrain.
Breathable mesh upper with stabilizing synthetic overlay
Reviewed by clayster from NC on Tuesday, October 15, 2013
This is a decent shoe but doesn't really stand out in any way. Tons of mushy cushioning if that it your thing for running. Too high for trail use for me due to the narrow sole leading to instability but that is just personal preference but I really prefer the trail glove. Nice traction with the aggressive treads. Order a half to full size smaller than you typically would for Merrel's though. Has a nice high quality look.
Reviewed by VTHokie from Virginia on Thursday, September 12, 2013
This show is probably the most comfortable show that I have ever owned. I love the flexibility in the toe area and snugness around the foot. It is very light. My only negative is the sole started peeling off in the back after two weeks.
Reviewed by Mainly A Biker from Mid-Atlantic on Sunday, June 30, 2013
When I put these shoes on for the first time, it was like I had worn them for months. My first "hiking" experience with these shoes was a nine day urban vacation with long days on pavement, keeping up with a fast tour guide. Very comfortable. Lightweight, easy to pack. Looking forward to some trails.
Reviewed by Matthew from NM on Thursday, June 27, 2013
Good shoes. Yes they are. Good fit, comfy as hell, Change the lacing pattern though if you want them to fit like shoes you're familiar with, or that I'm familiar with, I should say. They way they come laced must be an Asian thing, which doesn't work for me, but when I changed the pattern to "normal" I liked them just fine. I've been wearing them every day, power walking on the beach on vacation, over rough rocky terrain at home, on the plane, just around town. Darn good shoe. Did I say comfy as hell?