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Gypsum Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars These are the best hikers I've ever worn! Very supportive and yet light and comfy. Great tread to keep you from slipping in mud. Full review

Targhee Mid

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Needed boots to use without break-in and these worked great. The week before I was to hike in Baxter State Park on a 4-day backcountry hike my broken-in boots failed. So on the way to Baxter I stopped at L.L. Bean and bought these boots because the saleswoman suggested they are great out of box. So I bought. Was very happy that I got no blisters and feet felt great. Did think tread could have been better for damp conditions. Full review

Targhee II Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars My wife will never wear any other hiking boot. After painful ordeals with other brands and a trip to the foot doctor, she was ready to give up. I stumbled across an article about hiking boots that mentioned Keen. I called them, spoke to a very knowledgeable lady, and she recommended the Targhee II Mid. Overall, the most comfortable shoe or boot she have ever worn. She was talking to a friend about them and compared them to a pair of Saucony running shoes she had once. "Never wore socks with them. Full review

Alaska Boot

rated 5 of 5 stars This boot is for those who don't mess around when it comes to cold. The mid calf rise ensures a snug fit and prevents snow from getting into the boot, yet fits under snow or ski pants. These boots are fantastic. They've got the comfort and durability one comes to expect with Keen products. The boot needs a bit of breaking in before the leather moves with you, but once it's broken in, it feels like walking on pillows.   I've used these boots on a hiking trip in the mountains of Norway, and my feet… Full review

Liberty Ridge WP

rated 4 of 5 stars Great hiking boot! I bought a pair of these, wore them out to dinner and hiked Mt. Elbert in them the next day. Stupid, probably. That said, I developed no blisters or hotspots and the boots were light and molded easily to my feet.  I have pretty wide feet and short, 61/2 E, think duck. They fit perfectly in the toebox and no problem on the downhill either where I often have trouble with a wide width. The grip of the soles worked well on rock as well as some wet spots from melting snow cover. Full review

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