Retailers' Descriptions

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Description of Keen Malibu - Women'sPerfect for a jog on the strand or a trip to the gym, the Malibu blends fashion and function. With great rear foot stability and a sporty jane closure this trail runner provides the same underfoot support as the rest of the Keen trail runners with an extra helping of style.Features:Metatomical EVA footbedCompression molded EVA moldedS3 heel support structureForefoot protection plateCarbon rubber lug outsoleSporty jane elastic closureAir flow micro filament mesh upperUpper:Synthetic, meshWeight: 9.7 oz/ 275 gramsLining: Woven syntheticRubber: Carbon non-marking

- US Outdoor Store

CLOSEOUTS . In brightly colored Keen Malibu trail running shoes, unique southern California style meets Keen performance. Synthetic mesh uppers are wide-open for ventilation Patented toe and S3 heel protection Two Sporty Jane elasticized pull straps ensure a secure fit Non-marking carbon rubber outsoles Forefoot flex grooves and 3 mm lugs Removable tri-density footbed Weight: 1 lb. 6 oz. pr. Medium width CLOSEOUTS . China. See our Running Shoe Fit Guide

- Sierra

Keep your feet cool on day hikes, big wall approaches, casual summer strolls and wild whitewater river rides in Keen's airy Women's Malibu shoes. This sporty and lightweight design features a highly breathable Air Flow micro filament mesh upper that helps improve vapor transfer--but the open top design secured by a Mary Jane elastic webbing closure adds plenty of extra ventilation. This is a lightweight, do-it-all shoe that's perfect for surf and trail conditions where keeping your feet comfortable on warm days is a high priority--but additional upper support isn't essential. Beneath the ergonomic footbed is Keen's S3 heel support structure to help support your foot on impact, reducing the chance of twisting an ankle on rolling terrain.

- Altrec Outdoors

On Sale. Free Shipping. Keen Women's Malibu Shoe (Keen 2007) Perfect for a jog on the strand or a trip to the gym, the Women's Malibu Shoe by Keen blends fashion and function. With great rear foot stability and a sporty Mary Jane elastic closure this trailrunner provides the same underfoot support as the rest of the Keen trailrunning line, with an extra helping of style. Features Patented toe protection Removable tri-density footbed Forefoot flex grooves S3 heel protection Non-marking carbon rubber outsole

- Moosejaw

Antimicrobial mesh lining absorbs moisture, dries fast and resists odor-causing bacteria. Closeout. Double elastic strap lacing secures uppers around instep; heel loops aid entry and exit. Integrated heel stabilization helps minimize foot movement fore and aft inside the shoe. Metatomical EVA footbeds are custom shaped to provide ample cushioning and arch support. Molded EVA midsoles offer shock absorption and padding while maintaining balanced support and toe-off flexibility. Nonmarking carbon rubber outsoles with 3mm-deep lugs offer durability and superb traction on loose dirt, scree or rock. Open uppers with mesh linings offer superb ventilation yet still snuggly support your feet. Stable and cushioned, Keen Malibu trail-runners let you work out or kick back in style. Synthetic leather and nylon mesh uppers feature Sporty Jane elastic closures for a secure fit. Toe guards protect feet from scuffs, bumps and uneven terrain.

- REI

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Discontinued

The Malibu has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$44.97 - $69.95

The Keen Malibu is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2008 at US Outdoor Store.

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