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Merrell Bare Access Flex Knit

Drop 0/Weight 212g/Stack Height 14,2 mm. In this 3D knit runner, you'll experience ultimate adaptability, comfort, and ground connection on the trail, road, and beyond. They are drop zero, very flexible, with an anatomical last and with more protection than the Bare Access 4. Indicated on wet or dry trails and road.

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Merrell Bare Access Flex Knit

The Merrell Bare Access Flex Knit with a superior fit, is the new version of Merrell's minimalist shoes running for the transition. They have a new knit fabric with sock-like fit, anatomical last, with ample space for the movement of the fingers and without lateral reinforcements or system that tries to correct the footprint. They are drop zero, very flexible and lightweight. They are suitable for all those who want to strengthen their feet and improve their running technique without drastically reducing weekly mileage. Thanks to the new design of the sole can be used to run on asphalt, roads and trail. 100% vegan.

Upper and Interior

In the Merrell Bare Access Flex Knit the upper part has been renewed with the use of a new Knit material that provides maximum adaptability and comfort. The interior is free of seams, so it can be used without socks. A synthetic material band has been added to the front of the shoes to protect the toes and increase the durability. The heel has the Hyperlock printed TPU heel counter for security during quick descents and sharp turns.

Fit

Regarding the adjustment, the Merrell Bare Access Flex Knit has a lace with lace lock closure system for quick and secure lacing, in addition to the benefits provided by the Knit material with respect to adaptability and comfort, taking the glove-like fit concept to a new dimension: 3D knit upper for 360-degree sock-like fit. It does not have a tongue, since the whole upper part acts like a sock and does not have an internal removable insole.

Regarding the fit, the Merrell Bare Access Flex Knit size is the same as the last version. For more information we recommend reading How to choose the right shoe size and watch the video.

Sole

The sole has been replaced by the M Select GRIP+ outsole with anatomical grooves is sticky and durable for superior grip and traction on wet or dry trails. The Merrell Bare Access Flex also have the FLEXconnect, for dual directional flex-groove EVA midsole for agility and stability on uneven terrain. The sole is completely flat, has flex lines and draws a slight contour in the area of ​​the plantar arch to improve the fit of the shoe to the foot.

The sole has been designed under the FLEXconnect technology to dual directional flex-groove EVA midsole for agility and stability on uneven terrain, and its stack height has been increased to 14.2 mm. contributing more protection so that it can be used in a greater variety of terrains.

Weight (size 42): 212 grams.

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Stack Height11-15 mm
Drop0 mm
Weight212 grams
Minimalist FeaturesIntermedia
UseTodoterreno
VeganYes
 
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PRIMERAS IMPRESIONES TRAS 45\' DE RODAJE SUAVE
Vengo de unas Bare Acces Flex 2017 y en comparación, de primeras me han parecido más pesadas (por la nueva suela, que es la misma que el modelo 2018 de las Bare Acces), son solo 20g, llamadme loco, pero al principio del rodaje y sopesando cada una en una mano, se nota.
El tejido knit, es precioso, muy bonito, me encanta el diseño, pero me da la sensación de que es más grueso que la tela de las Bares Acces del 2017. Con la mano dentro y soplando en ninguno de los dos modelos pasa el aire, pero el tejido knit es más grueso de lo que esperaba, y me da la sensación de que me suda más el pie.
En cuanto a la sujeción de los cordones de las Flex Knit, me daba la sensación que llevaba la zapatilla más suelta, tampoco quería apretar demasiado los cordones, pero supongo que es un mal menor, tampoco me molestaba ese pequeño "baile" de la zapatilla para correr.

Son mis segundas zapatillas drop 0, y en comparación de comodidad, creo que me gustan más las Bare Acces del 2017.

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