Shoe-horse from California
Great style and color. Sorry to see that the best color,
olive, is hard to find and perhaps discontinued. This is my
3rd pair and find that the 1st pair I bought were the most
comfortable for some unknown reason. The 2nd and 3rd pair
seem a half size smaller. I must say that the first pair
lasted 2 years and although they still are in shape the
material used to cover the front toe area began to crack and
break apart through wear. Maybe I should buy them in a size
larger but fear they would not fit in the heel and arch.
Uncle Dave from Terre Haute, Indiana
This is my 4th pair, I use for casual wear, walking and
limited hiking. Holds up well, good value. I have a wide
assortment of shoes, boots , etc. The Moab Ventilator is my
most comfortable shoe and 2nd most comfortable of all
footwear. I still have an older pair of them that I wear for
yard duty, (mowing, landscaping, etc) These shoes hold up
under tough use
Zarre from Garden City, New York
I have previously purchased and worn similar style and
decided to switch to the cross trainer style. No particular
reason, just wanted to try a different version. With the
exception of no ankle support, the Moab cross trainer
performed the same as the boot and has lived up to its name.
I appreciate the light weight design and ventilation it
provides during warm to hot weather days. Outside of normal
athletics or formal functions, I wear these Moab's everyday.
Extremely well fit for my wide feet.
Jay from near LA
I bought this shoe because my old (favorite) Mesa
Ventilators 1 were worn out. I tried wearing the new II but
the space in the heal is huge and they didn't fit at all.
These fits nearly exactly what my old Mesa's did. The space
in the heal is narrow, and the width of the sole is fairly
narrow. As a woman with long narrow feet (I'm a 10 men's),
this is a perfect fit. I have moderately high arches, so I
just replaced the little foam insole with Shock-Doctors.
These shoes are my new favorites.