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Designed and built in Keen's hometown of Portland, Oregon, The Keen NoPo Boot is a native of Old Town's sidewalks, the Gorge's steep trails and the Pacific Northwest's weather. As a result, it's refined, rugged and weatherproof, thanks to full grain leathers, lugged outsole and KEEN.DRY waterproof/breathable membrane. Hit the sidewalks with some classy boots or the woods for some serious trails with the Keen NoPo Boot.
Designed and built in Keen's hometown of Portland, Oregon, the Men's Nopo Waterproof Boot has rugged good looks that transition smoothly from outdoors to in. Available in both a shoe and boot version, the Nopo combines weatherproof leather construction with a sporty, up-for-anything style. The breathable Keen.Dry waterproof layer provides breathable protection against moisture, while the lugged outsole boasts direct-attach construction for a tight bond without adhesives.
Waterproof boot is outdoor-ready with an urban edge. View larger.
Keen.Dry provides a breathable barrier against moisture. View larger.
The Nopo is an outdoor-ready shoe with an urban edge. Its casual, durable design combines tonal stitching, metal eyelets, and sturdy laces for a classic, sporty style. The Nopo pulls on easily and complements everything from hiking gear to chinos.
Whether you're hurrying down rainy city streets or enjoying a trek through the woods on an overcast morning, you'll appreciate Nopo's waterproof leather upper. Keen.Dry, an exclusive waterproof membrane, offers an additional barrier against moisture yet is breathable enough for all-day comfort.
For comfort and support, the Nopo features a removable Keen Metatomical dual density EVA footbed that provides arch support and cradles the natural contours of your foot.
The Nopo is made using direct-attach construction. This eliminates the need for adhesives and prolongs the life of the shoe, so you're ready to tackle whatever comes your way, season after season.
Keen began in 2003 with an inspired sandal design that combined comfort and toe protection. This radical design departure for sandals spawned the overriding Keen philosophy of hybrid innovation--striving to create new possibilities and to discover and implement original ideas.
Keen products put an emphasis on the joys of play. At the same time, Keen believes in the value of working hard to give back to the community. To that end, the company has partnered with non-profit organizations around the world to help get youth into the outdoors, protect land for its environmental and recreational value, and to give bikes to kids in need.
Keen Men's Nopo Waterproof Boot.
So I've had many Keen shoes before and I have always been happy with them. These are no exception. The are very comfortable out of the box. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Teiler Press
These are lightweight boots with good support and yet are comfortable. The sole is like the other Keen shoes having an aggressive tread and broad room for your toes. Read morePublished 9 days ago by The Iron Marshall
Excellent boot! Great support, but do fit more snuggly than most boots. I'm on my second pare and love the fit. Order 1/2 size larger than your normal boot.Published 15 days ago by Michael
Almost too much padding in the upper and the boot looks different than the advertising picture of it. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Robert Jaynes
These are the most comfortable casual boots I have ever worn. Great for all day walking around, whatever - always comfortable. What took me so long to discover these Keen boots? Read morePublished 27 days ago by Zatoichi
The nopo is a great boot or shoe! Order a half size bigger than normal.Published 1 month ago by Linda L. Shipley
I love Keen's... These ones are especially high quality and they are truly water proof. Most times a size 11 will fit me fine. Keen sneaker 10 1/2 wide are perfect. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Wyels