The Merrell Moab 3s are the most comfortable walking shoes I've ever worn – now they're cheaper than ever

Save 18% and scoop a pair of the excellent Men's Moab 3 walking shoes for just $89.99 this Amazon Prime Day

Merrell Moab 3 on grassy terrain
Merrell Moab 3 on grassy terrain
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My feet are forever in my debt after I treated them to the brilliantly comfortable Merrell Moab 3 walking shoes earlier this year, and now they're cheaper than ever thanks to an 18% discount in the Amazon Prime Day sales (opens in new tab)

During a gruelling testing process which saw me take the brand's "out-the-box comfort" claims to their limit with a tricky 10km trek, they delivered at every turn to keep my feet blissfully blister free – no wonder they're ranked top in our roundup of the best shoes for walking (opens in new tab).

So, with a limited time offer pulling their price from $110 down to $89.99, we would definitely recommend making the most of this healthy $20 saving – find out more about the deal below. 

Amazon Prime Day Merrell Moab 3 Hiking Shoe

  now $89.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Merrell Moab 3 Hiking Shoe | Was $110,  now $89.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Merrell Moab 3 Hiking Shoes are the most comfortable walking shoes we've ever worn, and now they're cheaper than ever thanks to a 18% saving in the Prime Day sale (opens in new tab)

As someone who loves nothing more than exploring new places, my weekends can involve anything from summitting mountains to seeking out hidden wild swimming spots. It goes without saying, then, that I need to know my walking shoes won't let me down. 

Fortunately, my latest foray into the world of walking footwear took every terrain and gradient in their stride, earning them a full complement of five stars out of five in our Merrell Moab 3 review (opens in new tab)

Their comfort is their stand-out selling point, with the cushioned heel and tongue providing a plush fit that cradled my feet from first wear, ensuring there was no need for a break-in period to avoid dreaded rubbing. They have a sneaker-esque low ankle, making them much easier to slip in and out of than a classic walking boot. However, their pig suede leather and breathable mesh upper provides the midfoot support you would expect from more traditional hiking footwear, preventing feet from aching or feeling fatigued on lengthy hikes. 

I was wowed by the incredible grip of the hardy Vibram TC5+ outsole too. Whether I was walking on wet grass, loose gravel or dirt tracks, I could plant my feet with confidence. And anyone familiar with Vibram's sterling reputation knows their sturdy soles are built to last – making the new sub-$100 price tag all the more appealing. 

If that isn't enough, they fit true to size and have a welcome layer of cushioning under the heel that put an extra spring in my step. 

The grooved outsole has a tendency to pick up mud, but as gripes go this is a minor inconvenience. Aside from this, we couldn't find fault in the Merrell Moab 3 Walking Shoes. 

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Harry Bullmore is a fitness writer covering everything from reviews to features for LiveScience, T3, TechRadar, Fit&Well and more. So, whether you’re looking for a new fitness tracker or wondering how to shave seconds off your 5K PB, chances are he’s written something to help you improve your training.


When not writing, he’s most likely to be found experimenting with a wide variety of training methods in his home gym or trying to exhaust his ever-energetic puppy.


Prior to joining Future, Harry wrote health and fitness product reviews for publications including Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Runner’s World. Before this, he spent three years as a news reporter with work in more than 70 national and regional newspapers.