Merrell Men’s Coldpack Ice+ Moc Waterproof Snow Boot

(10 customer reviews)

$88.71

Last updated on January 27, 2022 7:45 pm

Description

  • Fabric or Textile
  • Imported
  • Vibram sole
  • Shaft measures approximately mid-calf from arch
  • Vibram Arctic Grip outsole provides unparalled traction on ice even in the most extreme winter conditions
  • 200 grams M Select WARM lightweight, low bulk insulation keeps you comfortable
  • Nubuck leather and mesh upper

Additional information

Product Dimensions

14 x 9 x 5 inches, 15.04 Ounces

Item model number

J49821

Department

Mens

Date First Available

September 11, 2017

Manufacturer

Merrell

10 reviews for Merrell Men’s Coldpack Ice+ Moc Waterproof Snow Boot

  1. Matthew S

    I specifically get these pair of shoes for 3 reasons: classy look, cold winter performance, and a great grip.

    I’m someone who doesn’t like having multiple things when I can make do with one, and these shoes do just that.

    I can walk around outside in the winter (-20 or -30) and be quite alright. But mind you, I have nordic heritage, so I have a good affinity with the cold.
    I won’t break my back on icy sidewalks or surfaces as the grippy soles are indeed very good on the ice, within reason.
    And I can walk into the office and it look presentable as it is a loafer style.
    And I’m also lazy, so a pair of shoes not requiring laces is very nice indeed.

    My only wish is that stores stocked a wider range of sizes, as no one in town had a size 14…

    Last pair lasted me two years of daily use through rain, ice, snow, and a time or two, mud. So in terms of what it put up with, I am very satisfied.

  2. Dai Jones

    Great fit and quality soles

  3. Techno-Redneck

    Ok. Let me start off by saying that there are aspects of these shoes that I do like. Namely the look, comfort, and fit. Those are all good. These are decent looking shoes that can be worn in almost any situation. To me, they fit just fine and are neither too wide or narrow, nor too long or short, but rather they seem to be exactly what I’d expect for the size that I ordered. Now, I purchased these shoes to use on a 3 week family vacation in Europe. My family and I travelled to Madrid, Bordeaux, Paris, Nice, Venice, Rome, Pisa, and Barcelona. Needless to say, we did MUCHO walking. Since we were traveling in the winter, we didn’t know exactly what type of weather we’d be encountering, so I wanted a shoe that I could walk around in that would help me be prepared for most anything. These shoes held up pretty well to all of the walking that we did throughout the vacation. They seemed to be comfortable enough after a day on the feet, and they’re not too heavy to make your legs terribly tired after being on your feet all day.

    Now, what do I not like? Well, the waterproofing… It’s just terrible and not effective. Look, we weren’t wading through rivers or trying to hike through monsoon rains, but make no mistake, it was raining almost every single day while we were in Paris. Typically only light rain, but certainly enough to keep puddles all around and a few times, it certainly did come down in a little more heavy fashion. My problem is that only a few days into the trip, I noticed that my toes and the areas of the outside of my foot near the toe were wet inside. Certainly not what I expect from a “waterproof” shoe. Now, this is only from walking around city streets in what I would consider normal rainy weather. It’s just not acceptable…

  4. finnronin

    I have used Merrell products for years and have been mostly satisfied. Unfortunately, within 4 months splits have formed in the uppers of both shoes. Used mostly in spring, no usage in heavy snow or other severe weather conditions. Not impressed, would not advise.

  5. Amazon Customer

    I have been a fan of Merrell boots for about a decade now. I will start by saying these shoes are great, but not at all worth the price. I bought these shoes about a year ago. They were very comfortable and functional for a few months once i broke them in. However after 6 months of use, they have started deteriorating to a point of usability. It is just a bad design. The rubber you can see peeling and cracking in the photos is not durable at all, very easily it gets damaged. Also the sole is separating from the toe area as you can see in one of the photos, so water get in. The worst part is the material near the heal (by the finger loop) has started collapsing so it digs into the back of my foot when im wearing the shoe. I ALWAYS use the finger loop to put the shoes on, so this is not due to me being abusive to the shoe. I only wear these around my campus and have gone on a handful of hikes in them. You can see the sole is still in good condition, indicating that the other design aspects are not up to par.

  6. rmoss

    I was looking for a pair of warm shoes that I could wear to work in winter that would be appropriate for casual dress. I read the reviews and ordered a half size up (11) from my usual because a number of reviews stated that the shoes felt tight and I wanted room for wool socks. The size gave me the fit I wanted and since I don’t have wide feet there is no problem with width. I did think that the length might be a little tight if I had not upsized. I have the same room in the toe that I have on my Chippewa work boots and those are 10.5. A lot of the reviews talk about grip, which is fine but not so much about warmth, which was my primary concern. I assure you that they are sufficiently warm. I have a heater under my desk to keep my feet warm, but have not needed it with these on. They are also quite comfortable and the soles don’t squeak when I walk which I find annoying in any shoe. I would definitely buy them again.

  7. djuan

    Before this I wore the Men’s Jungle Leather Slip-On Shoe for the last 2.5 years as my go to work shoe and paid just under a hundred. I put those through above average use and they never let me down. I only went with this varient because it was offered in a waterproof wide size where the others were not, and the regular fit was a bit too tight before they were properly broken in. The Coldpak Ice are pretty much a let down. Waterproofing does not repel even moderate moisture, and there is zero support…meaning the shoe moves around basically like you’re wearing a house slippers. I expect more at this price point and from Merrell in general.

  8. Chuck

    I’ve worn Merrells for years because they are quality shoes with perfect fit and comfort. these are no exception. They do fit snug bt not tight so I would suggest a 1/2 to full size larger if you are going to wear thicker winter socks but consider these will stretch some the more they’re worn. For me I prefer that snug fit for support and comfort so it is why I choose Merrell

  9. Jeanette

    I usually wait to write a review on a product until after I’ve used it for a bit… just to be sure I am totally satisfied. I purchased these work shoes for my husband about 5 months ago and he was very happy with them at first and the pictures are what they look like today. The price was a lot more than he usually pays for work shoes but the reviews and good ratings convinced me to give them a try. These shoes have been looking like these pictures for some time, I’m just getting around to writing the review. I can honestly say he has never had a pair of shoes fall apart like these. He complained of them leaking when it was raining and his white socks would be stained black from I assume the dye in shoe. He walks a lot on his job both indoors and outside about 7 miles a day but these shoes couldn’t take it.

  10. R. Carlson

    I was looking at my winter shoes and noticing how shabby they looked. I figured I must have bought them several years ago and it was “just that time again”. I checked my prior order to get the size and was surprised to find that these just turned one year old! Since I don’t wear them during the summer, this wear actually represents only about 6 months. I love all my Merrils, but I will not be buying these again — they just wore out way too quickly!

    Pros:
    – Comfortable
    – Waterproof (until the rubber around the front cracked)

    Cons:
    – Fall apart in about 6 months

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