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- 100% Waterproof Nubuck Leather
- Made in the USA and Imported
- Rubber sole
- Boot opening measures approximately 12.5" around
- Low-profile upper with ghillie lacing for comfort and secure fit,This style is running a 1/2 size small. We suggest ordering a 1/2 size larger than your usual size
- Easy-on heel pull; Padded tongue and collar
- Breathable leather lining.This style is running a 1/2 size small. We suggest ordering a 1/2 size larger than your usual size
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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.
The Targhee Mid II from KEEN offers four-wheel-drive performance for your feet. The shoe is revamped with the KEEN.DRY waterproof breathable membrane to keep your feet dry and comfortable. The aggressive outsole has 4mm lugs to bite into the terrain, providing excellent traction control. The ESS shank provides torsional stability for a secure ride, while the mid cut height increases ankle support through canyons and over mountaintops.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000HZYWDY
- Item model number: targhee ii mid wp-m-m-Parent
- Date first listed on Amazon: 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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After quite a bit of research, I settled on this pair of Keens. As a replacement to my Columbia boots that ive owned for the last 4 years. While the columbias are great and waterproof, they have been just a touch light for winter hiking and snowshoing. I wear a size 17, and my options are significantly more limited than the average person for footwear. After hearing about Keen for a number of years, and reading many of the reviews, I settled on these boots as a gift suggestion for myself, for the holidays.
After I passed the suggestion along to a relative, I began delving into the more recent warnings and reviews of the Keen brand: notably about how their manufacturing and product standards have changes, and the newest products over the last year or so have been of a far lesser quality than the products they had previosly sold to gain the positive reputation that Keen holds.
I read these negative reviews, saw the hundreds of other 5 star reviews, and noted that my size 17 boots are likely not hot sellers. Considering this, I thought that even if the manufacturing had been outsourced to china resulting in a lower quality product, it would be unlikely that a new batch of size 17s were made there, with this new process.
I thought these boots would be a great piece of gear. I could not have been more wrong.
I have now owned them for 24 hours, and one of the lacing eyelits just ripped straight out of the boot. The eyelit is the second up from the toe, and after inspection, Im not even remotely suprised that this happened, given the way it was stitched together.
The stitching pattern gives the impression that these eyelit straps are laced through the leather, down to the sole from the upper. This is not the case. The strap was tucked under the leather upper by maybe 3mm. Likely less.
I will post photos of the break, to further detail this review later this weekend.
Tl/dr: awful, cost cutting manufacturing processes have ruined this brand. Do yourself a favor and avoid this boot.
If anyone from amazon sees this: please consider creating a new listing for these keen boots. It is obvious that the product has changed, and the positive reviews from years past are terribly misleading.
After hearing so many good reviews on Keens (friends, family, websites) I expected a much higher quality boot only to be very thoroughly disappointed. Kudos to Amazon though on handling the situation!
That's however isn't my complain, I'm not buying this again because of the bottom.
It deteriorates really quick. the 1st 2 shoes lost considerable amount of thickness after only 3 months then water started leaking into my socks.
The one I got from Amazon had the black part at the heels separate from the grey part after 1 month so I used superglue to put it back and noticed how worn out it got!
I really hope they use the same mold but with different material, but for this current material I'd rather have blisters than buy new shoes every 6 months.
As a comparison I have worn two pairs of Keen shoes for 5 years. The Keen shoes size 13 are really size 13. The Keen Mid-Boot size 13 is really size 12 to 12.5. The Keen shoes have a generous sized toe box. The Keen Mid-Boot has a small and cramped toe box. The Keen shoes have a weight that feels appropriate for serious hiking. The Keen Mid-Boot has a weight that feels too light for anything other than a casual stroll around the parking lot. In fact, the Keen Mid-Boot is much lighter than the Keen shoe.
What could all this mean? Could this mean that Keen doesn’t know what size 13 means? Or, somehow forgot what size 13 means after making size 13 shoes for years? On the other hand, could this mean that Keen wants to reduce its cost of making the Mid-Boot by simply using less material to make each pair of Mid-Boots? Well, less material would mean lighter weight, smaller toe box, and size 12 sold for a size 13. Seems like this is adding up. So, if you want to buy a short-sized Mid-Boot with a cramped toe box, then this one is for you. Me, not so much. Smart money would avoid this Mid-Boot. Now you know.