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KEEN Liberty Ridge Hiking Boot - Men's

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    Out-of-the-box comfort.

    From the moment the Keen Men's Liberty Ridge Hiking Boots come out of their box and slip onto your feet, they’re immediately ready to hit the trails. The cozy leather construction wraps around your foot comfortably while offering breathability and waterproof protection from the KEEN.DRY membrane. Designed to provide rugged support, these boots have an EVA footbed, polyurethane midsole, and rubber sole, which easily handles rocks, water, dirt, and other terrain. These American-built boots also have a full-length shank for ankle support that holds strong after each use.

    • Waterproof full-grain leather upper
    • KEEN.DRY membrane waterproofing
    • Leather lining
    • EVA footbed
    • Polyurethane midsole
    • Full-length shank
    • Rubber sole
    • Made in USA
    • Item #KEN007T

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    waterproof full-grain leather
    KEEN.DRY membrane
    polyurethane, full-length shank
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Finally, a toe box with room.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9 medium

    I have always had trouble finding shoes that don't squeeze my little toes. There is plenty of room for the toes in these shoes. fit is true to size. I have only used them for two hikes less than 3 miles, no issues.

    Keen Liberty Ridge Boot

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 8.5

    I'm spoiled by years of wearing Galibier Boots, arguably the best mountaineering boots ever made. I bought the Liberty Ridge on the strength of good reviews. I wanted a lighter boot with sufficient sole stiffness to avoid trail bruising on the bottom of my feet. It does that. Unfortunately the Keen has several issues including pressure points internally due to some sort of plastic stiffener behind the liner that folds inward and rubs my foot below and behind the ankle on the outboard side of each boot only. I will rectify this by stitching completely through the boot to hold this back......... I shouldn't have to do this!!!! Especially after only one 12 trail miles on a new boot. The top of the boot does not open wide enough to easily put them on or remove them, especially when wet. One size large might have alleviated this, but then the fit would be loose. Keen opted to use only TWO lacing lugs, which is also a problem. One more lug lower down would allow "back lacing" to lock the your heel down against heel lift without over tightening the rest of the boot. It's a poorly thought out lacing scheme, and I will have my local saddle maker modify it. The sole is pretty........ but pretty has little value in the mountains. It has several types of material, amber and black synthetic rubber. While it has performed perfectly, I anticipate failure between these two materials in the future........not without basis, as I have seen this on a light weight pair of keen shoes with a similar construction. What's wrong with stock Vibrum??? It's worked for ages and is extremely reliable. The boot itself shows a great deal of attention to styling towards the heel. This to me is just useless junk, and means more seams and more potential failure points. By contrast the Pontivert / Galbier boots consist of a single piece of leather with a seam up the back, on the outside, rough out as it should be, with a lot of attention to the interior where it cannot be seen, but can be felt. It uses a Norwegian Welt, and a stock Vibrum sole. It isn't "cool" or "stylish", it's rugged and reliable. I will use these Liberty Ridge boots until they are used up.......... after modifying and stretching them until they fit my needs, but I'm willing to carry the extra weight of the Galbrier boots, and will be cruising Ebay and looking for ways to obtain another pair of Pontivert boots. The Liberty Ridge is great for the style oriented outdoorsman, but it falls in the same class as the old Raichle and Vasque boots of the 70's that fell apart on long trips and beat up your feet, while I wore the Lowa Alpspitze, Galbier, and Asolo boots that held up under hundreds of trail miles........... serious boots for serious outdoorsmen. I would not set out for 250 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail with these.


    So far, so wonderful

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 12.0

    I have used these boots on one hike so far, and as of right now, I dig them! I bought the size 12, and they fit me quite perfectly. The material is really strong on the outside, so if you don't like a inflexible boot, then this really may not be for you. However, you want a boot that can blast through the Apocalypse and back, then this certainly should be int he running.

    For all of Your Rocky Mountains

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9.0

    I bought these for my hubby for his birthday. So far, they have been his favorite hiking boot. I've purchased approach boots and shoes for him before, but he complained about them being too stiff and without enough cushion. He needed a good all-around boot that would trek, scramble and be soft jumping through boulder fields and off ledges. They have the most cushion out of all the boots he's used, but he still wishes they had a little more. This is subjective, I understand.

    He hikes a ton and usually has a pack full of dirt, that weighs 50+ lbs. He's also off trail, for the most part, doing plant research, which always takes him up rock bands. So, he needs a boot or shoe that will be supportive and comfortable as well as sticky on the rock. These have been almost ideal, thus far. They are not intended for really heavy loads, but he doesn't like a stiff boot. So, these have been a good compromise.

    He is a size 9.0 and the 9's were just right. He wore them for the last year straight, and he is very hard on gear. They are still in perfect shape, no issues with sole separation or anything else.

    For all of Your Rocky Mountains

    Craftmanship and Quality

    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 8.5

    A beautiful hiking boot! It runs a half size small...I bought the size 8 and couldn't get my foot in easily. The 8.5 is perfect!
    Nice feel and comfort and a great looking sole. I can't wait to hike in them!

    Great Boots!

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

    Great so far! I gave these as a gift and so far I have only heard good things about them. Only had them in the winter so far so not much else to say other than they can hold their own in the snow. Did not leak and stayed warm in moderate conditions. They are super comfy and didn't take too long to break in. An overall solid boot!

    last boot you will ever need

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

    these boots are fantastic, super comfortable to wear on day hikes or even longer hikes. so if your looking for a great boot to have for your adventures then these are the boots for you!

    These seem like they are Keen's best high-top hiking boot. Would you agree? Or is there a better model I'm overlooking?

    Love Keen an have mid/low tops but want a high top pair for longer backpack trips and mountaineering/scrabbling.

    I'm looking for the same thing for next Summer, I really like my mid height Keen boots for hiking, but need more support for backpacking in rugged terrain. This boot does seem to be their best high top boot for more rugged trips, at least that I can find.

    Keens website says to order a half size larger than normal.