KEEN Men's Newport H2 Sandal

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These Keen newport sandals are my second pair, they were amazingly comfortable right out of the box.
My brother swears by them and is on his second pair.
The insole is supportive in just the right places, soft, springy, very nice to walk on.
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  • Textile/Synthetic
  • Made in the USA or Imported
  • Synthetic sole
  • Platform measures approximately 1.5
  • Outdoor Shoe

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Outdoor shoes

Order up some adventure with a side of water in the Newport H2 from KEEN. Ready for adverse conditions, the razor sipped outsole and 3mm lugs provide excellent traction. The washable polyester webbing upper features the odor-reducing Aegis Microbe Shield®. KEEN patented toe protection lets you follow any path, whether to rivers or trails.

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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0001MQ60A
  • Item model number: Newport H2-M
  • Date first available at December 21, 2002
  • Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    By Carolyn Shearlock on November 14, 2007
    Friends recommended these after I complained about not finding shoes that worked well and lasted. I about had a heart attack at paying $90 for sandals. They're worth every penny and I've ordered my second pair.

    I live on a cruising sailboat in the Sea of Cortez, Mexico. My husband and I love to hike and try to hike for two to three hours a day when we're in an anchorage-- starting in the water as we wade ashore, across the beach and up to the peak of the nearest hill. Desert hiking, over sand, dirt and rocks of various sizes. In towns, we go all over on dirt and paved roads and sidewalks. Temperatures are typically in the mid-90's. Prior to getting a pair of Keens, I've never had a sandal or shoe -- even sneakers or hiking boots -- last more than three months; I've even had them fail on the second day of wearing them -- and these have been name-brand, expensive shoes marketed for this sort of activity. The biggest problem has been that the layers of the sole have separated, although there have been other problems as well.

    In contrast, my Keen Newport H2's are still wearable after 8 months and about 1,000 miles on them. That's not a typo -- about one thousand miles (I log our hikes and estimated the town miles). They are starting to show wear in the tread, some stitching is pulling out and the webbing is just beginning to stretch in the heels. Note that while we've been over some rough terrain, I haven't taken them backpacking or true rock climbing. I'd guesstimate that half my use has been desert hiking, a quarter on beaches and dirt roads and the rest on pavement and concrete.

    Several things that I like:
    -- They can go from wading in the water to scrambling over rocks with no problem. They dry quickly and don't cause blisters when wet.
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    I resisted for a while (years) while my wife raved about her Keen sandals. I like Tevas (Terra Fi 2) and have owned many pairs over the past 10 years. Love them for warm weather hiking, around the water, and general warm/wet conditions. But, I finally gave these Keens a try after wearing out the soles of my Tevas.

    The reviewers are right on. They feel like sneakers and I wear them all day with pleasure. These are a great buy. I'm going to buy another pair of Teva Terra Fi 2s also but I do love these Keens.

    - Rugged build
    - Great traction (I think the Tevas are a little better but I hardly notice the difference - that's the key detail)
    - I bought the mostly nylon (not leather) version (brown/bison) and they do dry quickly. My wife has the leather version and they're significantly slower to dry - overnight at least.
    - Extremely comfortable to wear all day
    - I never have to adjust these - they stay on my feet in all conditions with no worries
    - Look good with everything
    - There is a nice sense of comfort with that toe protector on the front
    - Wide toe bed - very nice

    Cons if I have to name some (certainly won't deter me from buying these again):
    - In the sun, the toe bed/cap does get hot on your toes if you hang out in direct sun for a while
    - I agree with the other reviews (not necessarily on Amazon) that you'll read regarding the "funk". Yes, these do get funky/smelly very quickly - much more quickly than my Tevas ever did. But, hey, they're outdoor sandals. Throw them into the washing machine or go swimming with them every 3-4 days and you're set.

    The "funk" reputation worried me a little so I held off buying these but I can live with it. It's not as bad as I expected.
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    Ok, I confess, it kills me to spend $50 on shoes. But at 38, and on my feet all day, plus filling in the mid-drift...The shoes I wore in the young hottie days are getting their revenge. Worse a size 10.5-11 W, I canNOT find shoes to fit.
    In need of some water wading shoes, I found a purple pair of this model (incorrectly shown as red on this site) that I thought was too "off color" for professional wear, but worthy of play shoes...for a clearance price of $30 comfort to please my desperation, who could deny the deal?

    SHOOT. I don't care if they had bright flashing fuschia blinkers and a whoopie cushion to boot. These shoes rock.

    I live 3 hrs from the Birkenstock place I found them in WA, and when I head back that direction, I am clearing the Keen sale shelf, and buying a reg priced pair that is appropriate in style for professional wear. The shoe is kind of weird looking..but I see Birkenstock's as weird looking (which didnt work out for me--very painful).

    If you have plantar fasciitis (sp?) problems, here is a house shoe answer. See, I also drop these shoes next to my bed so I can make it to the bathroom in the middle of the night without tearing up my arches.They are SO comfortable.

    And the shoe is breathable, but not cold, not hot, not prone to stretching with sock on, no sock wear.

    It's years of shoe nightmares that have come to an end. I have had 'em for 6 weeks now, weigh 205 lbs (fluffy,buff amazon chick) and the shoe looks like it will hold its own--wet or dry. A challenge, considering size 6, 110 lb girl shoes are made with the same materials as the larger harnessing up a chihuahua the same as a St.Bernard!
    Hope this helps.These shoes are my hunt completed. Oh, it appears all shoes are made with the same funky, loveable sole.
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