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Merrell 1TRL Hydro Moc AT

Now on sale in Australia and Japan and coming to Europe and North America in mid-December, the 1TRL Hydro Moc AT is the latest iteration of their Hydro Moc line from Merrell. To me it looks like a cross between Yeezy and Croc but they are very popular and I am intrigued by this new modularity.

Designed to be used in conjunction with All Terrain variant of the Hydro Moc are two new liners. There is the Neo GTX 1TRL which combines Neoprene with a GORE-TEX membrane. Additionally, there is the Puff Mid 1TRL which is insulated with 200g Primaloft.

As you can see, they’ll be available in four colors.

6 Responses to “Merrell 1TRL Hydro Moc AT”

  1. James says:

    Definitely a WTF moment at first glance, followed by sharing the pics around the rooms with several more wtf ,then ” you know those are probably awesome” . Very cool design on the functional side.

  2. Pilgrim says:

    LOL this seems bound to happen. I got a pair of the mocs this summer (because there is swag to looking goofy as hell while being functional) and was wearing them with 1mm neoprene socks while jet skiing. This is a few steps beyond that but the improvised version worked fine.

  3. Ex Coelis says:

    I’ll readily admit, I’m a big fan of Merrell shoes. Bought a set of their Light Hikers years ago and was so impressed by their overall comfort and durability that I bought a second set the following season. Many years later, I’ve never regretted buying that second pair. Got to agree – at first glance, I go straight to WTF.. But after reading the product description and taking a closer look, got to admit I’m intrigued enough to possibly buy a set. Think the hardest decision will be whether to go for Gore-tex bootie option and deciding which colour-way I’d prefer.

  4. I own a couple of pairs of the original version without the inserts and they are most definitely some of the most comfy and versatile piece of footwear that I own.

    They are great deployment/TDY shower and camp shoes, and this version look like they would be great for use during the colder months. I’ll be willing to give these a try.