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Available in shoe and boot styles, Keen Women's Targhee II is the ideal hiking partner. The rugged Targhee II gives you the comfort and support of an athletic shoe and the resilience and protective features of a rough-and-tough hiking boot. This style keeps your feet dry and your step steady thanks to a waterproof nubuck upper, 4-millimeter multi-directional lugs, and a Keen.Dry waterproof membrane. And for exceptional support mile after mile, the Targhee II combines an S3 heel structure with a dual-density, compression-molded EVA midsole and a Keen Metatomical EVA footbed.
Waterproof membrane offers an additional barrier against moisture.
S3 heel supports the foot on impact.
The Targhee II offers a sleek-and-sporty style and a lace-up front for a custom fit. This low-profile shoe stands up to any trail conditions and looks good doing it, thanks to a durable, waterproof nubuck upper with stitching accents and pops of bright color on the laces and around the heel.
To keep you treading comfortably on all kinds of terrain, the Targhee II features a Keen.Dry insert. This waterproof membrane offers an additional barrier against moisture yet is breathable enough for all-day comfort.
S3 stands for Shock, Suspension, and Stability and refers to Keen's unique heel-support structure. S3 is engineered to support the foot on impact, which dissipates shock, helping to prevent injury to the ankle.
For comfort and support that won't quit, the Targhee II features a removable, dual-density EVA footbed that provides arch support by hugging the natural contours of your foot. The compression-molded EVA midsole extends the benefits of the footbed and adds an extra spring to your step.
To keep you going longer, the Targhee II has a torsional-stability ESS shank in the midsole. This shank helps to stabilize your foot as you move, minimizing fatigue, so you can enjoy every moment as you push on to the next crest.
To give you a steady grip on all kinds of terrain, the Targhee has 4-millimeter, multi-directional lugs on its non-marking rubber outsole. These lugs are spaced wide apart to "bite" into the terrain, giving you more dependable traction on slippery and uneven surfaces.
Because rocky objects and debris can trip you up on the trail, the Targhee II includes Keen.Protect, patented toe protection that wraps up and over the outsole for thorough coverage of the entire toe bed.
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 Women's Targhee II Waterproof Trail Shoe.
Whether you wear Keen's Women's Targhee II shoe for trail running or just roaming around the campsite, you're going to feel a comfortable difference over conventional waterproof active wear shoes. That's because unlike other trail running shoe manufacturers who opt for using the same waterproof membranes found on practically every running shoe on the market, Keen took a route less traveled and used a new eVENT membrane fabric with Dry System Technology for better breathable comfort in wet weather. The difference is one that you can feel--most waterproof/breathable technologies require that perspiration condenses to moisture before it can pass through the membrane. eVENT membrane fabric allows sweat to pass through in vapor form, so your feet don't feel soaked in sweat like you would in other weatherproof trail running shoes. The heel of the Women's Targhee II features Keen's S3 heel support structure, a special shock-absorbing design that's engineered to support your foot on impact, minimizing your chances of twisting an ankle on rolling terrain. Like other Keen performance shoes, the Women's Targhee II is all about stability, but if you're looking for drier socks at the end of the day, the new Dry System Technology is worth checking out--especially if you forgot to pack extra socks for the return trip home..See all Product Description
I wear the shoes every day. They are a little large but not by much and are very comfortable with thick socks. Will buy another pair when needed.Published 8 hours ago by L. D. Harbertson
I think this is the 4th pair. Same size, fits perfectly. They do need a bit of breaking in to give me the 12 hour a day comfort - but about a week will do. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Leah Shirokoff
Love these shoes! Very comfortable footbed and overall fit right away. Not all Keens fit the same and I've been frustrated that they've made changes to the footbed, but this... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mitchel Blum-Alexander
The Targhees run small, but once I found my size, I keep buying them. Great support including arches. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mary Ostrander
I love this shoe!! Very comfortable and waterproof! Wore out my first pair after six years of heavy wear. Read morePublished 6 days ago by art lover
I've been wearing KEEN women's Targhee II waterproof hiking shoes for years. They provide excellent support and room enough for my inserts, and they grip well on rugged terrain. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Sandi
I love Keen brand shoes, they tend to run wider than average, and are of good quality. I did end up returning due to lack of length in the size I bought, my big toe kept touching... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Who Dat?
I love Keen shoes, but these did not hug my foot like all the others. It just isn't made the same. I returned them, and purchased Solomon. They run small.Published 10 days ago by Lucretia
I bought my first pair of these when I moved to the Pacific Northwest 7 years ago. Wore them out, as well as their replacement. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Lorrie DeKay