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KEEN Anchorage II Boot - Men's

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    13 Reviews


    Don't let winter keep you from walking.

    A little cold and snow won't deter you from taking a walk downtown this winter when you have a pair of Keen Men's Anchorage II Boots waiting by the door. Keen.Warm insulation and Thermal heat shield footbeds (which reflect heat back to your body) work in unison to keep your feet toasty warm. Keen.Dry waterproof breathable membranes lock out wetness, so there will be no need to dodge any puddles or snow you encounter along the way. Capped off with water-resistant nubuck uppers, these easy-on, easy-off winter walkers offer a great blend of warmth, water protection, and style.

    • Keen.Warm insulation (200g)
    • Keen.Dry waterproof insert
    • Water-resistant nubuck leather upper
    • Thermal heat-shield footbed
    • Injection-molded EVA midsole
    • TPU stability shank
    • Multi-directional lugs (4mm)
    • Dual compound snow and ice grip rubber sole
    • Item #KEN007R

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    waterproof nubuck leather
    Keen.Dry membrane
    200g KEEN.Warm
    thermal heat shield
    injection-molded EVA, TPU shank
    Snow and IceGrip (rubber)
    Claimed Weight
    [sincle] 1 lb 5 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    I like 'Em

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Taking the advice I saw from other users I ordered 1/2 size bigger than I normally wear, but I think my normal size would have been fine.
    So far so good, I have had them for nearly a month and I wear them in the cold and snowy world of the Sierra Nevada mountains in California.

    My toes are warm and dry!

    Gift worthy.

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    I bought these as a gift for a family member who lives over the hill in New England and he's got no complaints about these boots thus far! He was searching for a boot that would look nice, provide ample traction, and be easy enough to slip on and off with little effort as he's in and out of the house quite a bit (e.g. tending to the horses, visiting house properties, taking the dogs on a walk, etc). Thus far, these boots provide ample traction and warmth while the slip on feature is really quite amenable. He's really quite please with this gift!

    Comfortable, but not very well made

      I have bought two pairs of these boots from Ebay merchants who represented themselves as authorized resellers. Both pairs of boots failed when the lining ripped out of the heel while putting the boots on, and oddly enough, it was the left boot in both cases.

      Keen denied me warranty status as they said the retailers were not authorized to sell Keen.

      I had one other pair of Keens that had glue failure on the soles, and REI did replace those, but the second pair also delaminated, so I'm done with Keens.

      Pity, I would love to support a US business.

      Cold Toes....No More

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      I am diabetic and have poor circulation in my feet, especially in my toes. I wear Smart Wool or Icebreaker socks, but found that without great boots my toes still felt like ice. Wearing these boots have solved that issue in the last Polar Freeze. Outside it was -10F, but my feet and toes were completely warm and comfortable.

      Warm and comfortable

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: Runs large

      I have worn these boots a handful of times and they are very comfortable and warm. The only downside is that I need to wear heavy socks to make them fit well. It seems that most other reviewers purchased a half size larger and it worked out well. This was not the case for me. I ordered a 10.5 but should have ordered a 10.

      Keen Anchorage Boot - Men's

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Ordered the Keen Anchorage Men's boot one size larger. I wear a 12 and knew a 13 would fit better as I have had Keen boots before. I got the boots on the free 2 day shipping offer. The fit was good. The boots go on and off easy. Very comfortable to wear where ever you want them to go.

      Bit tight

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      As much as I wanted to fall in love with these pull on boots, I cannot. I can not blame the boot, for the fault lies in my feet. I am a 10.5 EE. I ordered an 11, and they are too tight to be comfortable. The boot is well made. If your a normal width, order the boot, I'm sure you'll love it.

      2nd year in the Anchorage Boots

        Real happy with these boots, they are very waterproof but they don't breathe very well so by the end of a day, my feet can be sweaty but warm. They have held up over 2 winters very well and my only complaint is that the right boot does push on my arch a little. Great traction and really I'm overall very happy with them.

        Great boot -but too tight if you have a high arch

          I loved the boots but I have a high arch so I had to return them :(
          Running shoes are classified with details like narrow / wide feet - High /Low arch etc....
          All shoes / boots should have that info

          Warm & Walkable

            I ordered these rush and received them in 22 hours. The size 10D were a little more snug than my 10 Sorel Snow Country (on which I got some gasoline and would never make it through the airport TSA) and size 10 Timm Pro Series (which my 16 year old borrowed and moved into this winter). I didn't need a half size more but if you're snug in your size already you might think about it. The fit for a slip-on is good, with a little recurve in the achilles, so they don't slip at all. They are not clunky like a lot of moon-boot insulated boots, very walkable, and enough base and arch to be very stable. I wore them out of the box to Buffalo in recent minus zero weather. After fifteen minutes outside waiting for a shuttle my face was frozen and my legs were cold but my feet were toasty. In Boston after a recent 7 inches of snow and two 0.4-mile walks, my feet were warm and dry, with no slipping on snow- or ice-covered concrete, stone, or asphalt. The soles are not your normal waffle-stomper soles; they look like two kinds of material and they grip and are quiet. They breathe, so I can wear them all day inside okay. I wipe them off with a damp cloth if there's any dirt or salt on them and pop up the innersoles at night like with running shoes.