Keen Alamosa

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . Keep little feet comfortable and moving confidently with the all-terrain rubber outsole of Keen Alamosa trail shoes. Available Colors: SLATE BLACK/RUST. Sizes: 4, 5, 6, 7.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Alamosa Shoes from Keen will go with your child through mud and puddles. Their rubber sole keeps your little one from slip sliding when they don't want to. PRODUCT FEATURES: Non-marking rubber outsole Nubuck and textile upper Secure fit lace capture system Type: Hiking Shoes, Bungee Styles Lining: Moisture wicking textile Upper: Leather and textile Rubber: Non-marking rubber outsole

- Appalachian Outdoors

Designed with active kids in mind, the Keen Youth Alamosa Hiking Shoes will keep those little feet moving down the trail. A breathable leather and mesh upper keeps their feet dry and comfortable as they play hard in the sun. The Secure-fit Lace Capture System allows them to dress for the outdoors quickly and adjusts for the perfect fit. The patented Keen Footwear Toe Protection wraps the outsole up and over their toes to make these Keen kids shoes adventure appropriate and able to protect against any stubbing they cant avoid. A non-marking, rubber sole makes them perfect for gymnasium floors or hardtop schoolyards and always up for a hike on a rugged forest path. No matter where they roam, their feet will be happy in the Keen Alamosa Hiking Shoes for kids.

- Altrec Outdoors

Keen kept things simple and comfortable with the Kids' Alamosa Hiking Shoe. Water-resistant leather protects your young one's feet on the trail, and the Secure Fit drawcord lacing means less fitting hassle and more fun. Just think: no more untied shoes or sloppy-fit kicks that result in big, painful blisters for your child. Mesh fabric built into the upper helps to keep things cool on hot days, and when the trail gets steep, the treaded rubber outsole means plenty of traction.

- Backcountry.com