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Wet adventures call for comfortable water footwear like the Keen Men's Gorge Water Boot. Cinch down simple hook-and-loop straps, slide into your kayak or canoe, and hit the water with your feet comfortably insulated from chilly water and protected from unseen hazards. Rather than collecting water and sloshing like soaked sneakers the Gorge repels water and drains so it's easy to move around after you put your feet in the drink. As a bonus, antimicrobial-treated fabrics help to repel odor-causing bacteria before your boots turn infamously stinky.

  • Flexible neoprene upper has an abrasion-resistant finish to protect your feet from underwater hazards
  • Adjustable main strap stretches over your instep to comfortably secure these booties to your feet and a second strap provides extra security
  • An Aegis Microbe Shield-treated inner lining and separate removable footbed repel funky bacteria that causes stench
  • A wrap-style outsole offers grip and traction underfoot and up the sides of these booties
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Excellent water boots

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

Great boots, used them kayak fishing and when walking in the river, on rocks and gravel, they performed very well. Nice fit, and they drained well too. They run small, I normally wear a 10 shoe and the 11 fit perfectly.

toasty toes and awesome grip

    I'm an old school fan of the basic booty, and have to say that these Keens have really done me right. This boot goes well beyond any of my expectations of a neoprene boot. The magic of this boot lies in the foot bed and sole. The sole is very traction based, which is what you would expect, but the area around the big toe has real climbing rubber welded into the base, and wraps around over the top of the toe. The foot bed has a very supportive arch, and while soft and flexible, it is supportive enough for extended walking intervals. I recently used these on the Middle Fork of the Salmon river, and found them very comfortable even on extended hikes scouting rapids.