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One son loves, one won't wear
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
My 8 yr old wears them everywhere. My 6 yr old complained about the shoe hurting the ball of his right foot. Backcountry.com is awesome though. I had an instant live chat and was able to return them for full credit. P.S. Even after wearing them in the waterfalls, they didn't stink.
KEEN Newport H2 Sandal - Youth
Son loves these
My son loves these and perfect for the lake and camping
My husband and I are taking my almost 13...
My husband and I are taking my almost 13 y.o. niece white water rafting this summer. I want to get her some water shoes to wear that she can also wear to camp. She wears a womens size 6 - 6.5. Can anybody tell me what Keen "youth" size she would wear? I tried the youth 6 in the whisper and it was too big for ME (wms 7-7.5)!!! So now I'm not sure where to go.
The youth size is in Mens sizes, so typically you go down one size for a women's size.
So a youth 6 is a women's 7.
I would recommend the Newport H2 in youth size 5 for greater protection for your niece.
I wear a women's 8 to 8.5 and I can wear a Keen youth 6 with no problems. So the men's size theory doesn't necessarily hold true.
I agree...I wear women's size 6 and a youth size 4 most of the time, except in boots and then I'm a 5 (prob because I'm wearing thick socks). This is just a guideline of course....every shoe is different. But for sandals, I'd say go down 2 sizes.
Keen Newport Sandal all summer long
I bought these for my daughter and they are just what we were looking for to play in all summer. She wears a 6.5 so we went with the 7 and they fit great with a little room to grow. They are comfortable, durable and cute and she likes wearing them. Plus they can get wet and are washable. Perfect.
Keen Newport H2 Sandal
A five star shoe for functionality, wearability these are pretty darn cute on my 7-year-old son -- but man are these some stinky shoes! Maybe it's the footbed? They smell like a sour used-diaper left out in the sun.
I love the way these look and feel! They are super comfortable and stay on my feet very well! They are not the best to play in water with tiny rock moving around because they will get between your foot and sandals and are hard to get out, but if you are looking for protection and durability, these are perfect!
Perfect in all ways
great shoes expect the best from Keen and Back Country
My niece only wanted these!
and she sent me online to find them! And I found the exact ones she wanted, color and all! she loves them and can't wait to wear them back to school. Perfect fit and feel great
Got this now (Jan, '11) when they're on sale, for the upcoming summer. These are great shoes. My kids have had them before. I love the toe and heel protection on this style. My kids wear them all summer long, walking on land and in water. In the spring and fall, they wear them to school with socks (closed toes, so they're OK.) After all that, the shoes would still be good for another season. Too bad my kids feet grow!
My little guy wears a 3 wide where i can...
My little guy wears a 3 wide where i can find them. Do these lean towards wide or narrow? I might still try them as long as they aren't even SORT of narrow. I need them for a WDW waterpark day & will not have time to exchange before we leave.
Perfect outdoor shoe
My kids LOVE Keens. They wear like iron and go seamlessly from camping, the lake and the pool to well, dare I say that my son even wears them to church on occasion! I typically buy 1/2 size up and then they can wear them for a bit longer, plus I think Keens run a tad small. My kids like the fact that the H2 sandal has a covered heel as opposed to a heel strap. We like how the polyester webbing holds its color and integrity. Have never tried a leather version in adults or kids.
Great summer camp shoes
These shoes are wonderful! They are sturdy and my usually picky daughter ants to wear them. She loved the aqua color. They were a bit expensive but worth the price when you consider she wears them all day every day and certainly will into the fall. Perfect for summer camp - goes from creek to pool. I am looking to get a pair for myself.
Great shoe-worth the price
These sandals are great for active kids-no stubbed toes, no flip flops falling off- and I the kids think they are very comfortable. I have noticed the odor but since they are washable, I don't consider it a major drawback.
The only reason I didn't give them five stars is that my five-year-old can't get them on and off easily. My seven-year-old has no problem.
do these shoes run big or small
do these shoes run big or small
These shoes run true to size.
my son wears youth 1.5 shouldi get a 1...
my son wears youth 1.5 shouldi get a 1 or go to the 2 ?
Get a 2, that way he'll be able to grow into it.
First of all I love these shoes!! I have plantar fasciatus and this is really the only onther shoe I can wear all day long, besides my brooks with orthodics!!!!!!!! This are seriously very comfortable and I have small feet so I can wear the kids sizes!!! They are also machine washable which is amazing!!
Great company too!!!
Great sandals... a little stinky
We've always had Keens. Always loved Keens. The Newport H2 is this kid's third sandal style. They are easy to get on (yay) and easy to remove. Super great in the washing machine. My complaint is that they are in the wash OFTEN. Why? Because they smell. My son turned 7 a few months into this shoe and has never had stinky feet. Not in any other Keen, not in any other shoe. But these are horse barn stinky! After one wear. I make my kid wash his feet promptly upon removing these shoes. I am embarrassed to allow them to go to school. I leave them on the front porch. Give them a try, they are great in nearly every way. But beware the added bonus - peeuuuw!!
My son loves these sandals! He wears them everywhere. They have quickly become his favorite pair of shoes - EVER!
everyday summer shoe for kids.
The best kids summer shoe. a little spendy but my boy wears them everyday. they are solid. If they get dirty or muddy, we just put them in the sink and rinse them off.