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- Leather and synthetic
- Made in the USA and Imported
- Rubber sole
- Heel measures approximately 2"
- Designed and built in the USA^Waterproof and breathable KEEN.DRY membrane^Direct-attach outsole^Moisture-wicking lining^Removable footbed^This handsome leather boot features a distinctively KEEN outdoors-ready mentality.
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This handsome leather boot features a distinctively KEEN outdoors-ready mentality.
Designed and built in Keen's hometown of Portland, Oregon, the Men's Nopo Lace Waterproof Shoe 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.
- Outdoor ready, with urban style
- Full-grain, waterproof leather upper
- Keen.Dry provides a breathable barrier against moisture
- Removable polyurethane footbed cradles the foot
- Outsole with direct-attach construction for a tight bond
- Weight: 16.8oz / 476.2g
- Upper: Waterproof Leather
- Lining: Textile
Waterproof shoe is outdoor-ready with an urban edge. View larger.
Keen.Dry provides a breathable barrier against moisture. View larger.
Casual Style with an Urban Edge
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.
Waterproof Upper and Breathable Keen.Dry Layer
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.
Polyurethane Footbed for Contoured Support
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.
Direct-Attach Construction for Durability
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: A Story of Hybrid Innovation
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.
What's in the Box
Keen Men's Nopo Lace Waterproof Shoe.
Built in the USA Collection
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004KNWCZY
- Item model number: Nopo Lace
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2002
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
Because the footbed is so stable, he doesn't miss the ankle support a more conventional work boot would have. Work boots actually bother his ankles a bit because his bones stick out so much, and these don't rub them. I would highly recommend Keen's if you're on your feet a lot and have high arches, and these in particular if you work in some kind of fabrication setting, like an artist's studio, welding shop, hot glass studio, or kitchen.
Her recommendation was excellent, and I have since worn out four pairs. I am 6'3" and weigh 250 lb., so I put shoes to the test.
My Targhee II's last me about two years before they become too "spongy" (alternating between two pairs, in practically daily use).
Before going on a trip to Paris for a couple of weeks with my wife, after which I went to Spain for a couple more weeks, on my own, I was looking for some more dressy shoes that would still be very comfortable for extensive standing in museums and galleries, and the kind of extensive walking I like to do when traveling.
I was delighted to see Keen had finally come out with some mostly leather, "dressier" shoes that are not totally "butt ugly". Thanks to excellent prices in my size on Amazon, I sprang for a black and brown pair.
I have now worn them extensively, putting many (well over 160/100) kilometers/miles on each pair while in France and Spain, which included a LOT of time on cobblestones, and could not be more pleased with them.
My wife and daughters actually complimented me on how "nice looking" they are, but I think that is only because they are less ugly, in their eyes, than the Ecco's I wore for years, before I discovered Keens.Read more ›
I had tried to buy this pair locally but my store kind of lost their minds and I got tired of the hassle (partly described below), but I had seen it in the store and wanted to give it another try. I bought these here and they were shipped fairly quickly. I tried them in the house for a couple of days, but they pinched my feet at the widest part. The toe box in this shoe is not as wide as the Austins. Also, the part around the ankle is short and doesn't feel like it's giving me support. Too bad, I really liked the look of this shoe, and the fact that it's made here.
By the way, one of the hassles with my store wasn't really their fault. I had ordered the shoes and they were backordered a month. When they finally came in there was a size 9.5 in the 12 box. Luckily they had gotten 2 size 12's in, but when I opened the second box, I saw that the one of the shoes was damaged: the leather had been crimped and would not pop out. Come on Keen, if you want people to pay $50 extra for American made shoes, put some care into your final packaging.
I ended up returning this to Amazon. Hopefully they will refund the entire amount. This shoe has been a minor nightmare for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice looking enough for work, waterproof and rugged enough for the motorcycle ride home.
I've purchased a few different pairs of Keen shoes, and I'm impressed with the... Read more
They look pretty cool but I would not wear that shoe for walking around. I end up with knee pain after a while. Read morePublished 3 months ago by dan sim
I love these shoes. I bought them more for travelling and walking around, and they are perfect for my needs. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Walter C.
These are Keens, if you know nothing about Keen they run wide, this makes Keens awesome for hiking. You get the nice open feeling without a lot of movement to create blisters.Published 4 months ago by Sean ivan
Nice looking shoe. Unfortunately my husband never got to wear it. Sizing runs very small and ended up being too tight. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Julie
They feel a little tight on the top of foot, hopefully they will break in over time.Published 6 months ago by Mike
I need to send them back. The shoe size recommendation did not address my high instep. I could not get my foot down into the shoe, so I have no comment on the width, length or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by james lestyk