Merrell - Let's Get Outside
When Randy Merrell began producing his first shoe collections in 1980s Utah, his subsequent success in outdoor footwear was predictable. The company founder Merrell first developed shoes for friends and relatives, but today Merrell’s outdoor products impress with their versatility. Innovative materials and special, ergonomic fits characterises Merrell shoes, which combine comfort and design....Continue reading
Merrell Shoes for Any Sport
The best complement you can give a shoe is to say that you’ve completely forgotten you’re wearing it. That’s the feeling of comfort and performance that Merrell strives for with every shoe they make. From hiking and trail running to paddling and climbing, Merrell has a huge selection of shoes so your feet can power you through any outdoor adventure.
Choosing the Right Pair of Shoes
Having the right set of footwear for your activities is an important part of keeping your feet happy, healthy, and strong. Merrell offers shoes that are optimized for a number of different sports:
Merrell Hiking Boots
Merrell offers a wide variety of boots for hiking with different cuts and more or less flexible midsoles. Ankle-high boots with a flexible midsole are more comfortable for most feet and require less break-in time. For long multi-day trips over rougher terrain, consider a high-cut boot with a stiff midsole – you’ll get more rigid support to help prevent twisting an ankle, as well as more protection from rocks underfoot. All of Merrell’s hiking boots are designed with rugged durability in mind, so you can be certain they’ll last through years of use. Plus, most boots are designed to be water resistant and breathable so your feet stay comfortable and blister-free.
Merrell Running Shoes
Merrell has a wide selection of running shoes, particularly for running on trails. Merrell’s running shoes are highly breathable, but unlike hiking boots they won’t keep water out quite as effectively if you’re running in the rain or through a creek. While every pair of running shoes has a grippy sole to help with traction on slick trails, some trail runners offer lugged soles to give you even more grip and control. When choosing a pair of running shoes, consider how you want to balance weight versus support. Heavier running shoes with a thicker sole will give your feet more padding from rocks and obstacles, but they can also slow you down and make your legs tired faster. In addition, the cut of running shoes is just as important as it is for boots – running shoes that are cut slightly higher than normal can help prevent accidentally rolling your ankle on the trail.
Merrell Paddling Shoes and Sandals
Merrell paddling shoes and sandals are designed for getting wet. Paddling shoes have a mesh outer that makes them extremely breathable – even though they’ll fill with water when you submerge your foot, the shoes dry out in a matter of minutes. Sandals, on the other hand, open up your feet to the air so that staying wet is never a problem in the first place. The main difference between paddling shoes and sandals for adventures on the water is that paddling shoes completely cover your foot, giving you more protection from rocks and logs, as well as offer more traction underfoot.
Merrell Shoes at addnature.co.uk
Addnature.co.uk carries one of the largest online selections of Merrell shoes so that you never have to worry about finding the style and size that’s right for you. Even better, addnature.co.uk offers a variety of fast shipping options so you can get a new set of Merrell footwear in time for your next adventure.