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Merrell Mix Master Move 2 Running Shoe - Men's

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    Master of mixing cush with performance.

    The minimalist Merrell Men's Mix Master Move 2 Running Shoe handles a wide variety of trails with a combo of cushioning and ground connection. Made mostly of mesh, the Mix Master's upper is highly ventilated for breathable comfort in warmer weather. Merrell also added TPU reinforcements and synthetic leather to keep the upper durable for many seasons. M-Select Fresh helps the mesh lining resist odor for long-lasting freshness.

    Underfoot, the Mix Master Move 2 features Merrell's MBound midsole for immediate feedback on all sorts of terrain. Merrell also added a removable footbed for easy cleaning, and Merrell's Air Cushion gives the heel extra cush without the weight. This shoe also features a protective toe cap for rocks and the M-Select Grip sole that lives up to its name.

    • Mesh upper with TPU and synthetic leather reinforcements
    • Mesh lining with M-Select Fresh odor control
    • Removable EVA footbed
    • MBound midsole with Merrell Air Cushion
    • Protective toe cap
    • M-Select Grip sole
    • Item #MER004O

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    mesh, TPU, synthetic leather
    Lining
    mesh, M-Select Fresh odor control
    Closure
    lace
    Footbed
    removable EVA
    Midsole
    MBound EVA, [heel] Merrell Air Cushion
    Sole
    M-Select Grip
    Support Type
    neutral
    Cushion
    moderate
    Drop
    4 mm
    Claimed Weight
    8.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    trail running, road running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    My 50 miler shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Size 11

    What a rockin shoe!



    I have gone through 3 pairs of these over the last few years and I still keep the old ones in my closet for kicking around. I did a full year of training in them leading up to my first 50 mile run in the Marin Headlands and then got a new pair for the race. These have a nice light feel to them and they have plenty of room in the toe box.



    I use to work for Fleet Feet sports and I had the opportunity to try and run in every shoe out there and these have become my got to shoe for hiking, running, and kicking around. (every foots different)

    My 50 miler shoe

    Great shoe. My goto shoe for general use

      This is a fantastically comfortable, light, breathable, versatile shoe. Running, walking, hiking all great. Look good with jeans out on the town. Dry quickly if they get wet. Low stack height -- close to barefoot but with more cushioning than other barefoot shoes including other Merrells. I have quite a few pairs of running shoes and these are the ones I always return to. The only downside is that the soles do seem to wear a tad more quickly than the average running shoe.

      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.

      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 Backcountry.com 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.

      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.

      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.