Waterproof breathable boot for deep winter.
- Ripstop nylon shafts and nubuck mudguards protect her feet, ankles, and calves from the elements
- Keen.DRY waterproof breathable membranes help keep water from seeping in and allow water vapor to escape
- 200 grams of Keen WARM insulation locks in her body heat and keeps her feet toasty warm
- Waterproof front zippers and integrated elastic cinch cords make these boots easy to put on and take off
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KEEN Bridger WP Boot
Keen might want to rethink the design
My 12 yr old daughter would wear her keen sandals all year round, but since we live in Chicago, it's not a realistic plan. She was thrilled to find these boots, pronounced them as comfortable as her sandals, comfy, and warm. But, after just over a month of wear, the nylon shaft is completely worn out and now the bungee that keeps the top of the shaft closed is completely frayed. Backcountry has been extraordinarily helpful in getting these boots replaced, but I have no doubt that the next pair will rip too. Note to Keen--when kids (and adults for that matter) put on boots, we generally pull them on. The top of a boot shaft needs to be able to handle that sort of action on a daily basis!
These are a great waterproof boot. I'll admit to my daughter only having worm them in wet weather rather than true snow yet (it's a bit early for that here where we are in D.C.), but they were great for rain and I can tell they will be great for snow. So easy to get on -- the zipper in front means she can easily tug them on and then the elastic cord cinches them at her mid calf to make sure nothing gets in over the top. The boots are also really lightweight which is especially good for kids like her who don't love to wear winter boots. She said it feels like just wearing a shoe. Thumbs up to Keen for these and to Backcountry for stocking them!