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- Made in the USA or Imported
- Rubber sole
- Heel measures approximately 2"
- Easy-on heel pull
- Padded tongue and collar
- Lugged outsole
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Opportunity is endless in the Targhee by Keen. Waterproof nubuck leather works in tandem with a hydrophobic mesh lining for epic levels of durability and breathable comfort.
KEEN.DRY waterproof technology keeps water out, whether you’re voyaging across a river or dodging rain droplets. Below lies an aggressively lugged outsole that grips to a variety of terrains.
Packed full of KEENspiration, the Targhee II delivers all-day comfort for those who love the outdoors and live for adventure
Here's a waterproof hiking boot that offers four-wheel-drive performance for your feet. It's designed to keep your feet dry and let them breathe, and the aggressive outsole bites into the terrain. The mid-cut height adds ankle support.
From beaches to mountains to city streets, Keen believes the outdoors is anyplace without a ceiling. Keen believes in living a HybridLife, which means being part of a greater community that is full of people who create possibilities, play in the outdoors and care for the world around them.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000B84URK
- Item model number: Targhee II-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
I have been purchasing Keen's for years, this purchase is my 4th pair. And not because they are built poorly but because I wear them 40 to 50 hours a week walking on concrete. But something has happened to my beloved Keen, I think we can call it Globalization. When it came time to order my new pair I simply hit reorder on my previous order. Imagine my surprise when they arrived and I could not even get them on. I wear a size 13 and they were literally about a half inch shorter and super narrow. I held them up to my old shoes sole to sole and the toe did not even come close. So disappointed.
Did some research and found that most Keens are now made in China, only a few are made back in Oregon. This may also explain why on a previous order the shoe lace loop broke the fist time I put them on, at least those pair were the proper size, but that was over 2 years ago.
So I went ahead and returned them and ordered a size 14. They came today and they do fit, but they are extremely narrow. The whole point of the wide toe is to give a comfy fit, but these are so narrow that I am not sure I want to chance keeping them and having them not stretch out.
I have heard horror stories about the sole being cut rate now as well, though that does not appear to be the case with these. Although they have changed the inner design of the shoe, arch support is still good but again much to narrow for a shoe that used to pride itself on its comfort.
Amazon as usual was fantastic, but they do not appear to differentiate made in USA and made in China. REI will tell you which shoes from Keen are still made in the USA and which are not, plus they have a one year return no questions asked policy. So if you are afraid, like I am, that you may wear your shoes for a month or two to have them disintegrate you may want to check REI out. At least you can buy ones made in the USA.
It's sad but I may have to say goodbye to Keen.
wide front and protected toe because I have problem feet). I was really disappointed having ordered 2 pairs of Men's Targhee II
Hiking Shoe - one for me and one for my son - we ordered the size we always wear. Keen in manufacturing them (probably in China, etc) "Well to make a long story short the manufacturer shorted the size 8-1/2 is now 7-1/2 and same with my son's size 12.
By shorting they expect to make more money maybe?? But on my behalf it causes a lot of problems in returning them and also
Amazon is probably stuck with free shipping loss - it's not their fault. I like the looks of them very much - but now comes the other
problem. I would return for a bigger size - BUT….. the manufacturer is using cheap rubber and they stink like the shoes one finds in K-mart or Walmart. The stench will stink the whole bedroom up and my feet when I take them off. Stick your nose in them and you will find out. Smells like being in the Good Year Tire store. Sorry to say all this but it is true and it is causing me an inconvenience and disappointment because I really like the looks of these hiking shoes. Me and my son's toes were smacked up against the front of the shoe. Impossible to wear. I am on my way now to return them. Keen should respect their customers and have tighter Quality Control over what they sell because it makes their loyal long standing customers go elsewhere.