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A real hiking shoe that supports your mind-relaxing steps into freedom.

KEEN inserted several layers of impact-absorbing EVA foam into its Women’s Alamosa Hiking Shoe because the company knows that, it’s not the end of the trail that makes you hike, but every step along the way. The Alamosa comes with a removable, dual-density EVA footbed and heel insert which enable you to increase or decrease the cushioning depending on whether you’re planning a quick lap through the woods or overnight hike into the gorge with a heavy pack.
  • A tough leather upper increases waterproofing and withstands many seasons of abuse on rocky trails
  • EVA and PU foam in the footbed and midsole absorb shocks and help cushion your foot from rocky, uneven trails
  • A TPU shank provides lateral (side-to-side) and torsional (twisting) stability while you rock hop over mountain streams
  • Outsole incorporates several multi-directional lugs that dig into mud and slick surfaces so you can hike without slipping into a cold creek

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Are these waterproof or resistant?

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Are these waterproof or resistant?

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These are resistant at best.

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Great shoe for "problem" feet

I purchased these shoes while vacationing in New Hampshire as my regular athletic shoes could not stand up to the punishment of the hiking trails. I have a Morton's Neuroma AND a poorly-healed broken ankle. All the hiking boots I tried on caused pain around the ankle, so I took a chance and tried on the lower cut shoe and voila, perfect! No rubbing around the ankle and the shoe is cut high enough for support. I wore the shoe the first day for 10 hours and had no pain from the neuroma, which was amazing, considering I can only wear any athletic shoe for 3 hours max. without pain. I took a chance on the Keens, and so far, they're just great. Sturdy, "grippy" on the NH trails, and my younger friends think they're "cute."