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    I bought my Merrells in 2002 prior to a three week trip to the UK. We did a LOT of walking and they were great shoes. I finally retired them last year. I would buy them again.

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    wonderful shoe, very true to size. Tj maxx usually has a pair or two at a really good price.
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    Love Merrill shoes, always have. Since I have narrow feet, I always go to Walgreen"s and buy a pair of "Magic" insoles to add to all of my sporty shoes for extra comfort. It is a very cushy insole and makes a huge difference for me.

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    Yes, I have several shoes of this brand. I also have a narrow foot so these seem to fit me better. I just love them. I would not hesitate to buy them.
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    I love my Merrells. I too have plantar fascitis and a bone spur - since I bought these shoes a year ago I haven't had a problem with either of these problems. They are worth every penny I paid for them. I will be going back to get another pair shortly. They have great support, mine are light weight which is important to me - I've had knee replacement and heavy shoes tire my leg so my foot has a tendency to drag at the end of the day.

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    I have the hiking boots by Merrill, they work for me I have problems with my shins.
    $120, lots of buck but worth it.

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    Merrill is a great brand. My husband wears them and loves them, and my granddaughter, who has a genetic bone disorder wears them, (she's 4). These are the most supportive and fitting for her and her problems.

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    I have worn them for years. I wear the mules in the winter. I love them. They are true to size and very comfortable. I too have feet problems.

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    I bought Merrell sandals on sale last summer, and I love them. Yes, the support is good for my high arch. maybe it would work for you, too, but you won't know until you try them on. I found them again at DSW (Designer Show Wearhouse) for $60 and bought 2 more pair in tan and black. The salesperson told me they sell the same style every year! Lucky me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    Merrill, Clarks and Dansko are among the best brands for shoes. All are well-made with good arch and foot support. I got used to spending about $100 per pair of shoes a decade ago. For me, it's the difference between feeling fine and having feet that hurt. One good thing about these shoes is that they can last a LONG time! My inside Dansko shoes lasted a good five years before I had to replace them. Same thing with my Birkenstock outdoor sandals.
    Hi there! I am on my poor ole arthritic feet for a long day at work and I wear Danskos-very comfortable. I also had a pair of Merrill's winter shoes and they were very durable and comfortable.

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    Hubby and I both wear Merrels. We buy ours in a boot shop in Charm, Ohio. I have learned that it doesn't pay to wear the cheap shoes. My feet complain and they don't last as long either. I don't buy expensive but I do buy good shoes.

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