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Keen Clearwater CNX

rated 4.50 of 5 stars
photo: Keen Clearwater CNX sport sandal

Versatile, well made, lightweight sandal, perfect in the water or on land.

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Compact
  • Quality construction

Bought these a couple of weeks ago. I have enjoyed wearing them practically any time I can since then! I bought them because they are a perfect balance of protection for my feet, breathability, and light weight.  They only weigh a pound. 

I just finished up a 4-day hike and I looked forward to putting them on every night in camp. I also found the minimal bulk to be a real plus when stuffing them in the outside pocket of my pack.

I have worn Keen shoes for a long time, but these are the first Keen sandals I have worn and I am definitely pleased with how they feel and wear with such minimal weight. I have found that I like the thin soles and minimalist construction that these shoes incorporate. With that said, some may find the soles a bit too thin for comfort while walking around in the woods with them. 

Basically perfect if you are looking for a versatile camp shoe, or even everyday summer footwear.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $100

Very comfortable both in and out of the water, solid design.

Pros

  • Very comfortable
  • Durable
  • Stable design

Cons

  • None I've found...

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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!

Source: received it as a personal gift

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Men's
Price MSRP: $100.00
Current Retail: $74.97-$125.00
Historic Range: $49.95-$129.95
Reviewers Paid: $100.00
Women's
Price MSRP: $100.00
Current Retail: $84.34-$93.99
Historic Range: $24.00-$129.95
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