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Targhee Mid

rated 3 of 5 stars Decent boot for decent price. Bought these because I needed a new boot when my 7 year old boots finally said "enough" after the first night of a weeklong trip in the Adirondack High Peaks. Boots were within my limited budget and bought solely based on a friend's recommendation of the Keen brand.  Boots went from retail to trail with no break-in period and held up very well. My feet were comfortable and provided the waterproof ability that my previous boots decided it could no longer provide me. Full review

Voyageur Mid

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A lightweight, comfortable hiker, Keen Voyageurs are great for multi-day backpacking and day hikes on all terrain. The tread is fine for steep grades and wet rock. I only wish they wore out a little less quickly — I'd love to have a boot last five years, but maybe that's just wishful thinking! My Keen Voyageurs have served me well for four years. I love that the toe box is exceptionally roomy and yet the lacing systems locks my mid-foot and heel in securely. The boots are also light and breath… Full review

Durand Mid WP

rated 2.5 of 5 stars If you can deal with the large toe box and keep your toes from smashing into the end while descending you might like these boots. If you have super wide feet maybe. Keen makes some great sandals, the ones with the rubber toe cap. They also make some decent shoes.  I think these boots are a fail though, at least for my feet. In their defense I did a few things these boots were truly not designed for. Maybe the title of this review should be: Things NOT to do with your Durands. If you want to just… Full review

Bryce Mid WP

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, Waterproof, very comfortable, rugged. Keen Bryce Mid WP Priced around $135 US Weight: 18.5 oz/525 gStyle: BootsCollections: OutdoorType: Hiking, WaterproofActivities: HikingWeather: Wet – waterproofLining: KEEN.DRY waterproof breathable membraneUpper: Nubuck and textile upper   I'm picky about my footwear. It's GOT to hold up to mud, water, sand, rocks etc. I'm a self defined "Hardcore Hiker/Camper." Most of my hikes are in eastern Kentucky's Red River Gorge. Rough country to say… Full review

Targhee II Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars So comfortable, they've replaced my Vasques. After three days patrolling the Paradise area of Mt. Rainier, my feet felt like I'd walked a mile on soft dirt rather than about 15 miles on paved, dirt, snow-covered, and rocky trails. I volunteer at Mt. Rainier National Park, patrolling the highly used Paradise area of the park. Miles of paved, dirt, rocky, and snow-covered trails are my beat. I've worn a pair of Vasques or a pair of Columbia lightweight hiking boots since I started volunteering, but… Full review

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