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Ketchum if you can.
- Nubuck leather upper is tough, durable, and features a water-resistant coating to shed snow, rain, and mud
- Keen.Dry waterproof breathable membrane prevents snow, slush, or freezing rain from sneaking in while still allowing moisture to escape from within
- Keen.Key-Tech full-length interlocking torsion plate and stability shank are made from TPU and add rigidity to the sole without seriously hampering your foot's natural flex
- Board lasted with Keen.Zorb Strobel
- Dual-density EVA and PU midsole adds cushioning and insulates the bottom of your foot against the icy ground below
- Dual-density EVA footbed adds cushioning, cradles your foot for support, and is removable for fast drying at the end of the day
- Metal speed hook any eyelet system makes lacing up in the cold easier on your fingers
- Non-marking rubber outsole provides traction on a variety of surfaces and features 4.5mm multi-directional lugs to provide grip on icy and slippery surfaces
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Comfy little boot
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Love the comfort of Keen but was skeptical due to past quality issues but I've had these for almost six months and so far the sole has stayed in tact! Used these daily for work putting 2-4 miles a day on them, weekend snowshoe tours and some short hikes this spring. Very happy with the purchase!
Typical of Keen
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
Boots arrived; looked great, comfortable, (keen's run a little wide normally and so do my feet), aggressive tread, and large top cap. These are all of the reasons that I stopped buying regular work boots and switched to backpacking or hiking boots. But on day three of work, one of the speed hooks got snagged on a a piece of wood and snapped in half. It looks like they used an alloy to cut down on weight, but c'mon just use steel, we're talking about 4 speed hooks. I decided to roll with it until I could send them back, by using the remaining speed hooks and looping the laces behind my ankle and then tying them in front like normal. A week later I was tying my shoes in the morning and ripped another speed hook right out of the boot, rivets and all. Obviously there are some design flaws with this one. Luckily Backcountry is there to stand behind the products they sell.