KEEN Men's Mckenzie Water Shoe,Brindle/Mandarin Red,7.5 M US
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- 80% Synthetic/20% Polyester
- Rubber sole
- Waterproof and washable^Secure fit lace capture system^AEGIS anti-microbial shield^Hydrophobic mesh lining^Metatomical EVA footbed^Patented rubber toe rand^Multi-direction outsole lugs
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- Package Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.4 x 4.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
- ASIN: B008J4RC64
- Item model number: McKenzie-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 15, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
I spent so much time thinking about the right size because I cannot afford to order something wrong since I'm currently out of US and returning/exchanging it would be a big hassle. I was confused mainly by reviews that said it ran large - or that I should order a size down. After giving it a lot of though, I just ordered 12US Medium (no Wide was available).
Today I received this lovely baby, and it fits wonderfully. It's easy to put on and take off (not loose and not tight .. just perfect). It's very light, and the colors (Brindle/Mandarin Red) are so smooth and decent.
So my advice is: if your feet are on the wide side, just go ahead and order your normal size (no more or less).
And if your feet are on the narrow side, then you might want to order a bit down as other reviewers mentioned.
All in all, I fell in love with this sandal. Thanks Amazon and Keen.
They are possibly the most solid shoes I have owned.
I was careful though not to wear them when not going in the water, or on boat.
(I don't think wearing water sandals around is 'cool' either you just look dorky.)
anyways, a few weeks ago my H2's gave up the ghost so I decided to get something that fixes some of its issues.
I mainly use my water shoes doing some hard wadding while fishing in the summer either in streams/rivers/lakes or in the ocean.
I need them while beaching and launching my fishing kayak and sometimes when I go wadding from the kayak.
The problem with the H2's was that they would fill up with stones and gravel. These shoes do the trick mostly.
They definitely prevent the larger stones and gravel from getting in; what they do not do though is prevent small gravel like sand from coming in. not as painful as rocks in the shoes, but definitely uncomfortable.
These shoes are really great though for hiking and then fishing. The way the sand sneaks in is through the back low cut ankle which is annoying because you need the ankle area to be cut this low so that the material doesn't rub on your ankle bone and chaffe your skin.
Anyways all in all these are great water shoes, the cord gets them snug and they do not get pulled off when wadding in suction mud.
they feel solid, although not as much as the H2s. they are definitely lighter then the H2s. I would recommend them.
From there I hopped three pairs of Red Wings. I dug the inserts that were tailored to my feet (even at $60 a pop). They were great for the winter and fall. I have a pair that I can only wear when it is cold as heck.
Now to the KEENs. I got a pair because I saw they had mesh like a sneaker and had some rave reviews. After owning a pair for a few months I got the Atlanta Cools to wear during the summer. I work outside in all weather conditions and work on bluestone (1" to 4" rock).
I LOVE THE KEENS.
So much that I got this pair to wear when I went camping and water rafting.
I would buy another pair in a heartbeat.
They work and feel swell without a $60 insert.
They fit as I expected.
I will be getting some winter pairs as I love them soo much.
Pull the trigger. They are worth every penny. I am slowly converting all of my coworkers to them as well.