Minimalism mastered.

You love the minimalist profile so you can feel the road. On the other hand, you don't want to feel too much, so you lace up the light yet supportive and comfy Merrell Men's Mix Master Move Running Shoe. A thin, light Float midsole, air cushion, and nylon arch shank give loads of essential support, and a 4mm heel-to-forefoot drop enables a minimalist-style stride. Get a grip even when you turn up the speed with the Mix Move sticky rubber sole.

  • Breathable textile and synthetic leather upper helps keep foot fresh and secure
  • Lace closure gives you control over a consistent and precise fit
  • Strobel construction slip-lasting is the standard for durable sport footwear
  • Breathable mesh lining treated with Aegis keeps foot dry and fresh as a daisy
  • Removable Aegis-treated EVA footbed provides odor-fighting all-day support and comfort
  • Merrell Float midsole features light, thin support so you maintain sensitivity and comfort
  • Merrell air cushion in heel absorbs shock and adds stability, great for downhills or fast runs
  • Molded nylon arch shank gives tons of durable support for long runs
  • Merrell Mix Move sticky rubber sole offers sure footing on slick or uneven surfaces
  • Reflective details add visibility in low light or after dark
  • Shoe is vegan-friendly

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5 5

Feather light and great traction

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These are the second pair of this shoe I have owned and they are incredibly comfortable, fit and support are great and they are so light on my feet that it's like walking on air. We hike almost every day on trails that have hard pack with loose gravel the size of BB's and these shoes perform beyond expectation--especially for the seemingly small nubs for traction. Ventilation is ideal and i am considering hauling the extra weight to have these in my pack for stream crossings instead of my flip flops.

5 5

My first Merrells!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Very nice construction: looks, feels, and seems durable. I'm not crazy about how the sole feels on my foot, but the right running sock will improve the feel. This shoe has a lot of ventilation. Single stitched except for the double stitched toe. I will report back after I go running and work in it, miles and miles of walking in the warehouse. I see a lot of shoes at work, and these seem above average on first impressions. I've always been impressed with Merrell, as a brand that is why I decided to try them out.

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After wearing these shoes and doing what I call running in them, I think I should have rated them a five star. They are great! I really like them, if I didn't I'd tell ya!

5 5

Comfortable for me
Comfortable for me

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large

Light, but with good support. I like it for walking and light jogging, enough that I bought a second pair in a different color when the clearance price brought it down a few bucks. Yes, it runs a little large by about slightly under half a size. For me, there is sufficient adjustment that the difference just allows me to wear either a thicker sock or a medium sock.

5 5

great transition to minimalist design

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

I run between 20-40 miles / week. I have been running that distance for the past 3 years in traditional neutral full-form running shoes - mostly brooks. I decided to test a more minimalist design and I wasn't crazy about how the Brooks minimalist lines felt on my feet so i tried these on and took a chance on them. I wear a 9 in Brooks, but took a 8.5 in these. It took a few weeks to get used to less support - I had to cut down my mileage a little and there was a little pain. But I am happy i made the transition. I bought them in the early summer and I ran the NYC marathon in them in November -- felt totally natural on my feet. I just picked up my second Merrell minimalist shoe - the Bare Access.