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On Sale. Free Shipping. Keen Women's Boulder Shoe (Spring 2007) The Keen Women's Boulder Shoe is built light on weight, not on features. With running shoe comfort and sandal breathability, it is at home in the water as well as on the trail. The minimalist upper is lined to prevent hotspots and the removable footbed is EVA and will not absorb any water when trail gives way to river. Features Removable metatomical footbed Dual density compression molded EVA midsole Patented toe protection 4mm multi-directional non-marking outsole lug pattern Washable synthetic upper Quick draw elastic cord lace system GIS Microbe Shield treated SBR lining

- Moosejaw

Taking on land and water with equal fervor, the Keen Boulder water shoes blur the lines even further between sandals and trail shoes. Quick-drying polyester webbing and synthetic leather uppers completely surround feet for a secure fit and superb ventilation. Patented rubber toe guards protect feet from scuffs, bumps and uneven terrain. One-pull elastic drawcord lacing secures uppers around instep; heel and tongue loops aid entry and exit. Anti-microbial woven synthetic lining absorbs moisture, dries fast and resists odor-causing bacteria. Removable Metatomical™ EVA footbeds are custom shaped to provide ample cushioning and arch support--will accommodate orthotics. Dual-density molded EVA midsoles offer rich shock-absorption and padding while maintaining balanced support and toe off flexibility. Non-marking carbon rubber outsoles with deep lug pattern offers long-wearing durability and superb traction on loose dirt, scree or rock.


The Keen Boulder Sandal - A dependable and comfortable hybrid that blends the best of water and trails. Blurring the line between sports sandal and trail shoe, the Keen Boulder gives you the best of both with a resilient trail sole and generous openings along the upper. While sandals with wrap straps often lose some of their hold over time, the innovative Secure-fit lace capture system lets you customize the fit to match your sport without slips or sizing mishaps. The Keen Boulder is an excellent shoe for summer trips to the lake when you're never sure if you're going to be in the water or up the trail--for most of us it's inevitably a little bit of both. At least you won't have to worry about carrying an extra pair of shoes around in your pack or drybag. Keen Boulder Features: Fast-drying synthetic leather upper Aegis Microbe Shield™ lining reduces odor and bacterial buildup Secure-fit lace capture system optimizes fit with metatomical strap design Removable metatomical footbed enhances support Dual-density compression molded EVA midsole Reliable embedded nylon shank All-terrain, non-marking carbon rubber sole with 3-mm. multidirectional lugs Weight: 9.3 oz. (264 g.) per shoe

- OMCgear

With running shoe comfort and sandal breathability, this ultralight design is at home in the water as well as on the trail. The minimalist upper is lined to prevent hotspots. The removable footbed won't absorb water. Washable synthetic straps wrap about the foot for a secure fit. Quick-draw elastic cord lace. Woven synthetic lining treated with AEGIS Microbe Shield for odor resistance. Removable metatomical footbed; padded arch brace. Dual density compression-molded EVA midsole. Non-marking carbon rubber outsole. 4mm multidirectional lugs for aggressive traction. Patented toe protection.


Keen Women's Boulder


The Women's Boulder has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$49.97 - $90.00

The Keen Women's Boulder is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 19, 2007 at Moosejaw.

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