Merrell Mens MIX MASTER MOVE Running Shoes multi-coloured - Mehrfarbig (CRIMSON J41009) 40 EU
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- Outer Material: polyester ,leatherette ,rubber
- Inner Material: Nylon
- Sole: rubber, ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA)
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With this shoe you can walk like barefoot. The Mix Master Move in a red colorway by Merrell is a lightweight trailrunning shoe with a thin sole for hold and protection. It features a tongue, which avoids that the dirt breaks in and it provides also stability outside of the paths. Because of the Aegis® antimicrobial technology you don't have to worry about nasty odors. You can also wear it as a casual shoe.
The brand Merrell® offers you true classics for your shoe closet. The shoes withstand each adventure. Merrell® has specialized in outdoor shoes and provides shoes for hiking, running and everyday life. Particularly revolutinary are the barefoot shoes of the brand. The different Merrell® shoes are equipped with a variety of technologies and features. If you want to wear some good shoes, you have to choose Merrell® shoes.
Sole Material: rubber, ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA)
Inner Material: nylon
Fit: one size smaller
Outer Material: polyester, leatherette, rubber
Care Instructions: Spray before first use, Please note label
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I am first and foremost a trail runner and often need a shoe that is responsive and firm and this shoe is just that! light as a feather and strong like my brooks cascadias. I do prefer these though! Super light well defined, the color is great and they are comfortable. As I said I am flat footed so a shoe like this is "supposed" to be a huge NO for me but I have no pain in my back ankles knees or hips. I do recommend this product. Willy buy again. I have logged 60miles so far and they still feel great. No tears or weak stitching...so heck yea. BUY THIS SHOE and toss the nikes!
The sole of the Mix Master Move also seems less spongy, which I've yet to decide if I like or dislike. I believe the lift is supposed to be the same, but while the lift on the original Mix Master was barely perceptible, the Move feels more like an old school running shoe with a higher lift (I think I prefer this and it's still not real high.) Merrell claims that the Move is lighter, and while that may be true, all the extra cushioning makes it feel a bit heavier.
As I noted in my more extensive review with the original Mix Master, these tend to run a bit large. I normally wear size 11M in Nike''s and most athletic shoes, and a size 11.5M with New Balance. But I found that size 10.5M was perfect with these, as it is for many Merrell shoes for me, so I'd recommend that you size down one-half from your normal size. Also keep in mind that they're made to be worn barefoot, although I have plenty of room for socks.
I love the Mix Master line, because they're great shoes!
Update: I've worn these regularly since this review and they've been through a lot. I've regularly rinsed them thoroughly with a water hose, because they've gotten so dirty. They've held up very well and still look nice today, but they've been uncomfortable for a long time. I'm surprised it's only been a year, because it seems like they've been uncomfortable to wear for at least that long. The cushioning seems to have dissipated, although I'm not sure if it's just the insole or the sole itself. Sometimes I replace the insoles with some better ones and that does help, but I still don't find them very comfortable anymore.
I purchased these to get them wet and dirty with vigorous use, because I thought they could handle it and they have. However, I found some cheap shoes at Walmart that also looked like they'd work and they're far more comfortable. They're actually Avia branded shoes, and while they don't look as nice, they were cheap enough that replacing them won't be an issue. I don't know if the Avia's are as good for trail running, because that's not what I'm actually using them to do, but I've gone full circle from originally thinking that the Mix Master Move was a comfortable shoe, to now thinking that the entire Mix Master's line is very uncomfortable (I own others and feel similarly about them).
When it comes to flat soles without much cushioning, I love vintage Onitsuka Tiger shoes, but they have more support then these Merrell's do (in fairness, I don't use them the same way, but I don't think that matters). The Mix Master Move feels too much like you've attached a thin sponge to your feet, which may sound like it'd be comfortable, but it's really not. They look nice, the uppers hold up very well and they protect your feet from abrasive contact with the ground, but that's about all I can say about them that's positive.