- 100% Leather and synthetic
- Made in the USA and Imported
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately Ankle from arch
- WATERPROOF: The KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable membrane keeps your feet dry and comfortable all day long by allowing vapor out without letting water in; All leather is treated with a PFC-free water repellant, so you still get the same protection without the harmful chemicals
- TRACTION: KEEN ALL-TERRAIN rubber outsole provides high-traction grip in muddy environments and on rocky surfaces with 4mm multi-directional lugs; Non-marking rubber outsoles leaves no trace or imprints when walking indoors
- SUPPORT: The Torsion stability External Support Shank (ESS) provides support on uneven surfaces; the injected TPU heel-capture system provides next-level stability
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Our iconic hiking boot for men brings an updated look to all-terrain adventures. We carried over the fit, durability and performance of our award-winning Targhee waterproof boot and took its rugged looks to a new dimension.
- Product Dimensions : 0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches; 1.05 Pounds
- Item model number : 1017787
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : January 11, 2018
- Manufacturer : Keen Adults - US SHOES
- ASIN : B01N120SDH
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Well, it's 3 months later, and the glued together soles are falling apart. Pretty poor.
After retiring insurance no longer covered the $500.00 + cost for a single pair of boots.
I switched to Danner Boots and suffered greatly for my decision.
I started shopping brands with excellent arch support and a wide footbed.
"KEEN", fits me perfectly.
No hot spots or blisters.
Awesome arch support.
Like walking on air.
I seriously love these hikers.
I hike rain or shine, two to five miles a day in the National Forest where I live. These boots put me back on my feet again, after suffering for five weeks of no sleep with pain from poorly designed footwear.
Everybody's feet are different.
These boots were made for me.
I bought three different styles of Keen Hiking Boots from Amazon, intending to return the two pair that I liked the least.
I'm keeping all of them. 🙏
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1. They have been the most comfy brand ever with little to no break in period required which, in hindsight, might be the problem.
2. Up until this pair, I kept buying higher up the product chain hoping for better quality and longevity.
I decided this time I'd buy the lower, slightly cheaper model, and use them for light dog walking duties on mostly dry, none muddy days. For bad weather I wear wellies or wide fit boots of another brand. My tactic hasn't worked. I don't baby my boots, but I do clean and nourish them with Nikwax products regularly and also let them dry naturally.
As can be seen from the pictures, in eight months (really only four or five of actual use in mostly dry conditons) they have started to fall apart. Oh well, I sort of knew they would, but perhaps not this quick!
In my opinion the construction is cheap and the materials are not good enough. My other non-Keen boots which cost only about £50 more than these, but not so of the Keen Durands, that also fell apart, are still in excellent condition after a couple of years heavy use; same care level but used in all weathers and through mud and other rough terrain.
It's not acceptable that, in this short time, the soles should start splitting away at the rand. A rand which is obviously very thin and of shoddy quality. Also, a common complaint with Keen's, the lugs on the soles seem to make a bid for freedom sometimes too.
I've decided not to send them back, but to try and wear them out over the summer in the hope that the soles wear out before the tops disintegrate. I understand why people might choose to buy Keen boots, but the longest any pair I've owned have lasted, before being not fit for purpose is about fourteen months. If you need the comfort and can get them cheap in a sale and are prepared for them to disintegrate in less than a year then that's your choice.
This will, however, mark a turning point whereby I vow never to by another Keen product.