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Like wings for your feet.

Low to the ground, light, and stable, the minimalist Merrell Men's Proterra Sport Hiking Shoe gives your fast feet sure-footed flight. Breathable mesh upper, bomber construction, and a sticky-rubber sole provide the essentials for no-nonsense backcountry ascents. You'll be surprised how far you go.

  • Stratafuse technology injects the supportive foot cage directly into the mesh upper to shave weight, enhance durability, and offer a glove-like fit
  • Reversed, diamond-cut 2.5mm lugs and Proterra sticky rubber sole give your foot death-grip on slick surfaces
  • Bellows tongue seals out dirt and debris
  • Removable and durable EVA footbed provides all-day support and comfort
  • Aegis-treatment in mesh upper and footbed fights odor-causing bacteria for fresh feet
  • Minimal-design PU midsole increases sensitivity to the terrain for natural movement and stability
  • Molded TPU arch shank gives tons of durable support for marathon hikes and shoe longevity
  • Profile: 4mm drop, 10mm cushioning, and 21mm stack height

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LOVE THESE SHOES

LOVE THESE SHOES

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wider toe bed which is awesome. The look awesome on and are super comfy.

5 5

Great shoe but runs large

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

Purchased the size 14 and the shoe was really to long and too boxy in the toe area, I typically wear 14 in athletic shoes. Backcountry is so great with returns I simply returned it and got the size 13's. Perfect fit and super comfortable lining and grippy sole.

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Can anyone comment on how the soles hold...

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Can anyone comment on how the soles hold up with everyday use (in other words, walking on pavement)? I am considering buying a pair for a light hiker/approach shoe but would also likely wear them everyday too. I've had both the trail gloves and the road gloves and the rubber on the trail gloves was much softer and thus wore very quickly on pavement, how does the rubber on these compare to that of the other models?

4 5

For the most part I like them

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love how light the shoe is. Great for fast hikes. They breath well and are comfortable. Sometimes my heels slips which kinda bothers me. Very grippy when the sole is dry. I gotta be honest though, I went scrambling next to a waterfall on granite rock and the bottoms of the shoe were very slippery when wet. They have very great grip on trails and dry rock but can be slippery when wet.

Merrell Proterra Sport Hiking Shoe

Merrell Proterra Sport Hiking Shoe

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they getting messhy after a while

Looking for a stiffer-soled shoe to...

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Looking for a stiffer-soled shoe to cycle-commute with. Are these shoes very flexible?

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I find them pretty flexible. I purchased them as a gift for my brother in law and he wears them hiking and on an everyday occasion.

5 5

These Are Awesome!

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

I can't say enough about these shoes. Normally, I wear a heavier hiking shoe (Merrill Moab), but a friend recommended that I try these out for my hikes in warmer climates. They are extremely light, and they breathe extremely well. They dried out quickly when I hiked through mud/water. I was a little nervous about the sole once it got wet, but it held up great. For a barefoot-focused shoe, these are the best I've found. The only downside, if you can call it that, is that they seemed to run a bit large. I normally wear a size 8 and had to go to a 7.5. That might be because of the wide toe-bed that minimalist shoes have. I wore these almost right out of the box with very little break-in time and they fit perfectly. I would definitely recommend these to everyone!

5 5

Love em

I got these the other day and haven't stopped wearing them. You can wear them all day long, work out in them, then wear them after and still feel great.

4 5

great shoes

suffering recently from morton's neuroma...after trying on a number of shoes from salmon, and even traditional merrells, i tried these after they were released and am very happy...they're a roomy size so accomodate my orthotics perfectly..and with a roomy toebox my morton's neuroma no longer acts up (thanks too to the orthotics of course)....just wish the sole didn't wear down as quickly as it does (hence 4 not 5 stars) which i've also sent to the merrell product development team (however i am 200 lb so am sure that makes a difference in sole wear)

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thank you for this review! i just purchased these shoes for my husband who is suffering from what doctor's have diagnosed as plantar facitis however after reading your review and googling morton's neuroma his symptoms are completely aligned with that condition. THANK YOU for providing the missing piece! hope these shoes work for him!

5 5

Love the Proterra!

Just took my first venture in the Proterra. Thoroughly impressed by this offering from Merrell. I've only spent a few days rallying around with these bad boys, so this is pretty much a first impression. Well thought out design, easy to lace up, toe box is large, making it a comfy shoe to hike around trails and hang around camp in. The shoe performed awesome, super breathable, great grip on a variety of surfaces, and my feet were happy the entire time. Give these a try, I'm looking forward to the years ahead in the Proterra!

Love the Proterra!
4 5

My feet are pleased.

Bought these to replace some worn out Nike ACG trail runners. Expected them to just be adequate but was surprised to find they're quite excellent. They're fairly simple shoes, which I appreciate (I'm tired of all the flashy super high-tech-looking hiking shoes out there nowadays) and wearing them is a joy because you barely feel them. I tried them out on a rough, rocky trail and not once did my feet feel any discomfort. In fact, I like these so much I'm considering purchasing the Mid-Sport version as well (If only Merrell would release these in more varied colorways). Also, they're very breathable (which means they let water in easily if you trudge through a lot of watery trail, but the mesh also allows them to dry out quickly). If you're looking for a good simple shoe to hit the trail in, these will satisfy you.