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KEEN Women's Silverton WP Winter Boot
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 14.5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.25"
- Boot opening measures approximately 16" around
- Waterproof Leather Upper With Non-Marking Rubber Sole
- Side Zipper Accent
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The fashion forward KEEN Silverton offers urban style complete with performance features previously seen only in trail shoes. The premium high-cut leathers of the Silverton boot are both waterproof and insulated. Lined with genuine wool felt, the Silverton feels as great as it looks, especially in rough weather.
The Silverton boot from Keen gives you a fantastic blend of practical comfort and leggy fun. The high-rising leather upper has a sleek finish that stands up tall with a classic boot look. The waterproof Keen.Dry layer keeps the slush out while still letting your foot breath. The rugged outsole delivers crucial confidence on slippery sidewalks making this a must-have.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004KNWHHM
- Item model number: Silverton-W
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
- 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
When I initially bought these, I wasn't very keen (no pun intended) on keeping them. The ankle space is wide and I felt that it made them look galosh-y. However, I wore them for a few days to give them a chance, and the leather around the ankle became more flexible and conformed well to my shape. The design of the boot is great, especially if you are looking for a classic, no-nonsense look. The boots look really good OVER jeans - my calf circumference is 11 inches around and I wear thick woolen socks inside, and there is just the right amount of space for my jeans to go in. I do not wear dresses in the cold at all, but for the sake of an all-rounded review, I tried them on under a dress with leggings - they looked just a tad wide around my calf since I wasn't stuffing pants into them, so if you have bigger calves than mine this boot will look better with dresses on you. I love the height of this boot - it sits about 1 inch under my knee, and I am 5 ft 5 inches tall, 126 lbs. The leather is really soft and shiny and therefore adds to the attractiveness of the shoe. Much of how good this boot looks depends on what you want in a shoe - I value practicality over look but I always look for a balance between the two. I do not mind a boot that is slightly bulky as long as I don't look like a Yeti-hunter and I am comfortable. My shoe size ranges from 7.5-8, but I ordered 8.5 since I wear thick socks under boots, and they fit perfectly. This boot is best for somebody with a 12-13 inch calf and a classic, practical taste.
Comfort and practicality:
The sole is AMAZINGLY comfortable - I cannot wear anything with a heel, and this boot lets me walk forever without giving me any back or foot pain - lots of cushioning and give.Read more ›
I will wait patiently to wear these, it's way past time for spring! I think they will keep my feet warm and dry next winter (let it not come too soon)....for a great price!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
BEST WINTER BOOTS EVER. SERIOUSLY. Nothing wrong with them. No drawbacks. If I ever need to replace them, I will buy them again.Published 1 month ago by Katie S.
My feet are very picky, and I find they definitely hurt after a time wearing thesePublished 5 months ago by Eve S McCulloch
they seem narrow at the top of the zipper part around the upper calfPublished 10 months ago by Val Petersen
Wish Keen still made this style, they are perfect for rain, snow and sleet. Had them for 2 years now and they still look great.Published 11 months ago by LISA CARTER-WALKER
I've owned these boots for two years now. When I first got these boots, I moved to the great lakes region - where it rains and snows A LOT thanks to the lake effect. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Erwin Schrodinger