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rated 4 of 5 stars I find the Keen Men's Voyageur shoe to be very comfortable, especially if the fronts of your feet are wide. They have excellent traction for most situations, breathe very well, and dry quickly if they get wet. I bought my Keen men's Voyageur hiking shoes about a year ago, to wear casually and on easier trails where boots were overkill. The fit was excellent right out of the box, with no breaking in required. The toebox is nice and roomy for feet that are wide in the toes like mine. I've never had… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I absolutely love these shoes! The wide toe box and firm support saved my feet and toes over 1,300 miles on the Appalachian Trail and are still what I hike in today. I would definitely recommend! They fit true to size for me, and I don't feel any pressure points from them, not even around the top sides/rear of the shoe where other shoes can poke in sometimes. I did replace the insoles with SuperFeet (another amazing product!) and then just replace the insoles when they start to get flattened out. Full review

Targhee II

rated 5 of 5 stars Great overall day hike shoe, with a light pack. I have an EE wide foot and usually go 1/2 size up to accommodate my wide foot with a medium or heavy merino sock. Exactly what I did with this shoe, and it's still a bit big. Very durable. And I've abused them. Waterproof in light trail water. I love these shoes. It's like they're made for my Flintstone feet. My go-to shoes for 15 miles or less hikes. Full review

Clearwater CNX

rated 5 of 5 stars Very comfortable both in and out of the water, solid design. I've been really pleased with these—super comfortable, good traction, solid design. Not sure exactly how long I've had them, which is a testimony to their durability! I wear them whenever it is hot enough out, and they work great. Tried them at the lake for both kayaking and canoeing, and they are the best water/ crossover trail shoes I've owned. Highly recommended! Full review

Targhee II Mid

rated 2 of 5 stars Light and waterproof BUT... I had to go up a size in length to get them to fit, which isn't a problem but I have 'heel lift' in the left shoe and there doesn't seem to be any getting rid of it. Also, after a couple hours of wearing them my feet hurt. A day on the trail would be terrible. I'm not sure if more breaking in will help that or not. I have no chafing nor pressure points. I don't find them with any more traction on slippery rock then most any other boot I've owned, maybe on granite or… Full review

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