Review: Merrel Moab Mid Waterpoof Women’s (Part 2)

Before my trip to Iceland, I gave a brief review of my new hiking boots, the Merrel Moab Mid Waterproof, that I had acquired for the trip. I promised to return with more information after I had tried to shoes out in action – and here I am!

Boy, did I ever put those shoes through their paces. And luckily, despite my oversight in actually breaking them in, the shoes were perfect. My foot and ankle were totally supported, and even though I was literally on a glacier, they kept my foot warm and dry.

The first challenge I put them through was my epic glacier walk in south eastern Iceland.

Not only did the shoes put up with the snow and ice, they also worked well with the crampons that I needed to hike through the glacier.

As you can see I am an excellent ice climber.

Next up, was my adventures in Dog Sledding. It was totally freezing out on the dog sledding glacier and I was glad to have warm shoes.

They also worked well when I got a chance to drive the sled. To brake you have to stop down on this very icy and snow covered brake. My shoes had enough traction that I didn’t have any problems or slippage.

Overall, these were a great pair of shoes that served me well on my Iceland Adventure. I will be bringing them with me on any upcoming trips that requrie a good hiking boot.


Disclaimer: I received a complimentary pair of Merrell Moab Mid Waterproof boots from Planet Shoes in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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2 Responses to Review: Merrel Moab Mid Waterpoof Women’s (Part 2)

  1. Memographer says:

    this is a good travel story of the shoes, Liz :)

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