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Durand Low WP

rated 4 of 5 stars Low hiker meant for the trail whether smooth or rocky, flat or steep. This is more of a warranty issue with the pair that I bought. I've used the Durands on a handful of hikes and trout fishing. They performed admirably. There's generous room in the toe box, which, due to Keen's design, is very helpful in preventing toe bang when descending steep trails. My issue occurred after a couple of months of owning the shoes when stitching started to unravel on the right shoe near the toe. I sent the photo… Full review

Durand Mid WP

rated 5 of 5 stars I bought the winter version of these boots and love them so much that I bought the summer version! These boots never caused any blistering, they were super warm but I did not sweat in them, great stability in rough terrain, waterproof in slush and high snowy areas. I can't say enough about how awesome they are! These boots are warm and cozy  After carefully researching winter hiking boots in stores and online for a month I finally purchased these boots and it was the best winter boot purchase I… Full review

Targhee II Mid

rated 2.5 of 5 stars The Keen Targhee II Mid is a comfortable, rugged, waterproof boot that I found to have great traction on all surfaces, wet or dry, except wet quartzite. However, it has what is to me a serious flaw in the lacing system that I'm going to keep working on, but because of which I can't recommend the boot at this time. I bought my Targhee II Mids on a whim about a month ago from a local shoe store chain that got me in the right size and sold me some very comfortable footbeds as well. I wore them inside… Full review

Targhee II Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars Most comfortable and durable boots I have ever owned. Excellent boots. Better than boots that cost twice as much. No break in, these have been the most comfortable boots right out of the box I have ever owned. Durable and the way they fit your foot is like no other, boy I have tried. Full review

Liberty Ridge WP

rated 5 of 5 stars Great over the ankle boot for wider feet and those with toe blister issues. Superb support and traction. Durability great after 400 total miles. Summary I have somewhat wide feet and short toes. Keen has the best fit for me. After decades of going through a hundred mile break-in period with new boots, I was surprised to find no such need with Keen. Roomy toebox, wide foot orientation and lacing system did it. This is what my feet have been looking for, for so many miles. Other Primary Functions… Full review

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