If you’re looking to up your footwear game this spring, Merrell has got you covered. Popularly known for its high-performance outdoor shoe selection, Merrell has recently moved away from its low-maintenance dad shoe facade into styles that conversely give Big Dad Energy.

With the drop of its Hydro Moc and Jungle Moc shoe, the brand flexes futuristic design and multipurpose function. So whether you’re looking to show out on the beach or the city streets, Merrell’s got you covered – and comfortable – this season.

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The Hydro Moc changes the water shoe game with its advanced construction and simple slip-on wearability. Proving to be just as useful in the water as on land, offering breathability with its organic form and rubber silhouette, the Hydro Moc is sure to be the most high-tech water shoe at any event.

Taking comfort to stylish new heights is the Jungle Moc shoe — a twist on the OG après-sport sneaker. Featuring suede leather, toggle lace closure, and four fresh color ways, the Jungle Moc will have you wanting to rock hiking sneakers on the regular.

To celebrate these slick new styles, and experience how they adapt to the city, we tapped one of NYC’s most fashionable couples to put Merrell’s Hydro Moc and Jungle Moc to the test.

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Telsha Anderson-Boone, founder of t.a. New York, slips on the Hydro Moc shoes. No water? No worries. These shoes prove to be as functional for a day by the pool as they do a warm day in the city.

Justin Boone, an NYC-based stylist, tries on something a bit sturdier for size with the Jungle Moc shoe. Paired with work coveralls, Boone gives the Jungle Moc an elevated meaning to utility.

Check out Merrell’s latest designs at merrell.com.

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