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    The sea is a harsh mistress, so you need good shoes. Wear Keen's Newport H2 Sandals.

    Even in a well-maintained boat sans holes, your chances of getting your feet wet are extremely good. Enter the Keen Newport H2 Sandal with a design that protects your toes and a non-marking sole to keep the deck clean. A fully synthetic upper puts hydrophobic material against your skin and keeps it dry. The Newport H2's hybrid shoe/sandal design is more comfortable than a full shoe and protects your foot better than a sandal. The unique anatomical outsole gives superb traction and support on sea and land, and an antibacterial footbed controls moisture and keeps the stank under control.
    • Item #KEN0002

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    polyester variable webbing
    Sole
    carbon rubber, EVA
    Lacing
    elastic with cord lock
    Recommended Use
    water sports, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Don't buy them

      I had a pair of cheap sandals for six years they had not really worn out I weear them every day in summer. Then I bought a pair of Keens they lasted four weeks. The heel strap unrevelled the stitching holding it to the strap at the back of the shoe. When I analysed how the shoe was put together I realised that there had been no thought at all put into where the highest stresses would be and how to resist them, an extra 40 mm of strap on each side and maybe 80 mm of extra stitching in the right direction to resist the applied tension loads would have made them 10-times as strong. i am suprised that Keens would put so little thought into how to make the shoes strong prehaps they are only interested in the look

      These are great shoes

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: Size 11

      I use my keens for many different instances. They have been awesome when using them at a summer camp. There was many opportunities to go on hikes, walk through water, climb on boulders, climb through caves, and these shoes did it all! It was awesome to have a nice hiking shoe with toe protection, and then be able to do some creek walking without having to worry about stubbing my toes, and then being able to leave the water and having the shoe dry fairly quickly. All around good deal.

      I have also used them for different hikes in the Utah area, and they keep my feet feeling good.

      One con I have with them is that some of the stitching around the heel has come undone. I would just blame this on my continually use to them, no products are going to last forever if you use them as much as you can.

      Other people have complained about rocks getting in the sandal, and they are difficult to get off. Well I think you are just fine if you try a little hookey pokey foot dance, or just simply take off the shoe quickly. It is really not too much of a hassle.

      Overall, I would always recommend these sandals over chacos as I love the toe protection.

      I would definitely give these shoes a try, or basically any other keen product, you will be pleasantly surprised.

      My Dad does not take these off

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

      Bought these for my Dad as his existing pair were worn out. They're his favorite shoes.......he can "walk all day" in these.

      Terrible Traction, City shoe at most.

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: 9.5

      I have had a pair for 2 years, the Pros- Durable, quality construction, comfortable sole. Walking around the mall or Farmer's market, They're great.

      Cons- TERRIBLE traction. I would never wear these hiking, they slip on dry grass, no kidding. Had the kids at the zoo, walking on a slight hill with green grass (not wet), slipped and fell hard because carrying my kid and couldn't catch myself. Ridiculous. That's just the one example, they've never had good traction. I'm going back to Teva sandals. Also, with the closed toe, any sand, gravel, or debris that gets in never gets out. Any hikes I used these on, I was stopping often to clear them out.

      In all, if you're going to wear these in a city setting, probably ok, just beware of the grass.... lol.

      Poor Quality Product for the Price

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: 8.5

      First, the pros and cons. Then an explanation of why you SHOULD NOT PURCHASE THESE SANDALS.

      Pros:
      Great support
      Toe Protection
      Traction

      Cons:
      POOR STITCHING QUALITY

      The purpose of this review is to warn potential buyers that the quality of the stitching on these sandals is extremely bad. I bought this shoe a little over a year ago and have worn it for two summers (roughly 6 months total). The stitching on this shoe started coming undone months ago and has only become worse. The footbed is also beginning to crack.

      Please see the attached pictures.

      For a shoe that costs over $80 the quality should be much better. This purchase was a serious disappointment and will give me pause, if not prevent me entirely, from ever purchasing another Keen product.

      Why spend so much money for such poor quality?

      Poor Quality Product for the Price

      Great Outdoor Shoe

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: 9.5

      My first pair of Keen's lasted 7 years. In addition to everyday wear, I wore them hiking, trail running, bow fishing, fly fishing, kayaking, camping, surf fishing, even bow hunting pigs in South Carolina. I almost hated to throw away my old pair when the new ones arrived.

      It's a mistake to think of these as just a water shoe. They tend to gather grit and gravel right under your foot when used for wet wading and you can't shake it out without removing the shoe. They are outstanding at activities that take you in and out of water tho. They do not stretch out when wet. The straps don't rub your heels and the foot bed doesn't get slippery. They don't lose traction and the closed toe design offers plenty of protection. There is basically no performance difference at all whether wet or dry and that's what makes these so exceptional.

      I've had the new pair for a month now and the fit, quality, and performance are exactly the same. The Keen Newport H2 is that rare piece of outdoor gear that excels at far more than advertised.

      comfy

      • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit:Runs small
      • Size Bought: 9

      I got these because a fishing/camping buddy had 2 pair and loved them. Now I see why. Super comfortable. They run a little bit small. Mine are a bit tough to get on, but once on, they feel great. I have other water shoes for rafting and fishing. These are my dress sandals for downtown and around camp.

      Perfect durable & comfy travel shoe

      Thanks to everyone's review comments I selected the KEEN Newport H2 sandal for my husband prior to our recent trip. Comfortable with and without socks for long days of walking over uneven terrain, varied weather conditions, protected toe cover and finally, not a dorky looking shoe! Right away we started noticing the same sandal everywhere - now fondly referred to as a "KEEN alert!". A pedicycler in New Orleans proudly showed us her 'Keen' foot tan and bragged about what a durable, comfortable, reliable shoe this is. Purchased 1/2 size up based on other reviews, resulted in perfect fit for my husband. He's not a big commenter on shoe fit or style, yet on this trip he must've said at least once a day, "I love these shoes!". Best ever, even in the rain the traction was reliable & after a torrential downpour, they dried out quickly. Now I'm back to order a pair for myself! Thanks KEEN!

      Perfect durable & comfy travel shoe

      Comfy not Durable..

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: 9.5

      I received these as a gift from my girlfriend. Long story short I was hopped up on the comfort of these sandals. I use them to kayak the river here in Texas. The bottoms of the rivers are pretty ragged with limestone.. Well the shoes made it through 3 kayak trips before i noticed the soles were delaminating from the insole. I was upset to say the least. I didnt want my girls feelings hurt so I didnt tell her.. they are pretty much unusable due to the flapping sole.. . Dont buy these sandals they are JUNK...PURE JUNK

      Comfortable, Must have's

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

      I am on my feet a great deal at work and these shoes are so comfortable and great looking. I continue to get compliments. I love them!! Plus climbing.... they are secure and have great grip.

      Best Sandal EVER!

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

      I love Keen Newport sandals. This is my second pair for myself. My four kids have all been through a dozen or more over the years also. They are versatile and comfortable. You can't beat these for almost any occasion.

      Comfortable shoes

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

      I wore them canoe camping for a week and they remained wet the entire time but were still comfortable. They ran small and I had to exchange for a full size larger. The exchange process was seamless.

      Comfortable shoes

      Great shoes!

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

      Next to my Teva flip flops my Keens are what I wear all summer long! They are comfortable and durable! I have walked the Las Vegas Strip to a light hike up the canyon in my Keens and my feet have never hurt! I love my Keens! I bought these pair for mom for Mother's Day and she loves them. I know this is a man shoe but she didn't like any of the colors in the women's section.

      Love this hybrid hiker

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

      I typically wear a 10.5, and the 10.5 was fairly snug. I like the fit so I feel more sure while hiking, but might have been able to go to an 11. I love the feel wearing around town on errands, and my feet don't get tired or sore.

      Update: Just did a family outing to the Zion narrows, and couldn't be more happy. The kids and I all had our keens on, and they were amazing. The close toed design kept our toes safe, and the open sides allowed small rocks and pebbles to pass through.

      Love this hybrid hiker

      Overall a great shoe!

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

      Got these for my husband to go fishing in. He loves that they're super comfortable, easy to slip on and off, no rubbing and odour accumulation is pretty minimal.

      They're great for wearing on the beach, but the grip tends to let him down when it gets wet - particularly on the rocks when fishing. He wasn't too confident in them for that, but everything else there are no complaints! We'd get them again when these ones wear out!

      With respect to sizing, he's usually an Australian size 10. For ordering online, I always use his actual foot measurement and order off the sizing chart. Turns out he needed a 10.5 in these. Ordering off the sizing chart, I've never had a pair of shoes sent to me that weren't the right size. Saves a bunch in shipping costs between the US and Australia!!

      Keen H2 and superb service!

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

      I originally wanted these sandals for fly fishing. I was a bit concerned about the fit, since most seemed to order up a half size. That's what I did and I am very pleased with the fit and comfort. I have plantar fasciatis and this is now my most comfortable "shoe" and are already my favorite. BackCountry price matched, which I appreciated.



      I ordered "late" one night (2nd day) and had the shoe within 12 hours! Are you kidding me? Outstanding!

      how do these fit with a high volume foot,...

      how do these fit with a high volume foot, if these are not good, any good recommendations for a close toed shoe like this one that would be good for a high volume foot

      Would these be a good choice for a 15 day...

      Would these be a good choice for a 15 day adventure Vacation in Costa Rica in February?

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      Hey Michael,



      I took these down to Nicaragua for 2 weeks and they were perfect. I highly recommend trying them out for about a week beforehand, just to make sure they feel good and you don't get blisters. But I found them perfect for exploring jungle, beach and dusty, rocky trails.

      What is the difference between the men's...

      What is the difference between the men's and women's versions of the KEEN Newport H2? I have a men's pair now, but I am a woman, so I can obviously wear either. I LOVE the men's one and worry that there will be some significant difference between the two. I would just buy another men's pair, but I like the colors of the women's shoes better.

      What's the difference between Men's Keen?...

      What's the difference between Men's Keen� Newport H2 Sandals and Men's Keen� Newport Sandals (non-H2 version)?

      Looks like there's still some leather on...

      Looks like there's still some leather on the side of the heel... looking for a vegan shoe... does this one still have leather?

      Do the Shimano sandals clip on bicycle...

      Do the Shimano sandals clip on bicycle pedals?

      Hey John McClintock,

      Thanks for the question. When it comes to KEEN sandals/shoes, the pedal line is SPD cleat compatible so that they can clip onto any two hole SPD Shimano clipless pedals. The models that have this feature are the Commuter II, Arroyo Pedal, Springwater II and Austin Pedal. SPD two hole cleats are not included with the shoes/sandals though.

      I was thinking of getting a pair for my...

      I was thinking of getting a pair for my hubby for Christmas - do they hold up walking on the beach/getting salt water on them?

      I am a woman looking to buy my first pair...

      I am a woman looking to buy my first pair of Keen's. What is the difference between the Newport H2 and the Venice?

      The style of the straps is the main difference. If you have a wider foot, I recommend the Venice over the Newport. There is less strapping and the shoe is more open. If you are looking for greater foot coverage, go with the Newport.

      Newport h2 or Arroyo 2? I want to get...

      Newport h2 or Arroyo 2? I want to get them wet but I want the "all day comfort". The arroyos look more comfortable because I can put in my orthodic insole but how worried do I need to be about them getting wet?

      It really depends upon what is most important to you.

      If getting them wet is a concern, go with the H2. They are made to get wet, while the Arroyo 2 is primarily made for good ventilation, and if they are submersed in water will take quite some time to dry. I have a pair of H2's that I have used for hiking and everyday wear, and have found them to be very comfortable (both dry and going in and out of the water).

      If using your orthotic is more important, then go with the Arroyo 2. The Arroyo 2 is much more of a shoe than the H2 (which is more sandal-like). You even may want to consider finding a local store that carries the H2 and try them on to see whether they provide adequate support.

      what's the difference between Newport and...

      what's the difference between Newport and Newport H2 version of sandal?

      Hi everybody! I have a question about...

      Hi everybody! I have a question about these sandals. Ya see I used to have a pair of Chacos. I say used to because I got rid of them. They hurt my feet terribly and all my outdoorsy friends said that Chacos were the only sandals I'd ever need. I did however like the Vibram soles on the Chacos. How are these compared to Chacos? I am going to spent the summer at the Boundary Waters in Minnesota.

      Chacos are maybe a little heavier, but you could use both these and the chacos for the same activities. The chacos' soles are replacable though.
      One of my climbing parters uses these for approaching climbs and they've been super durable for her.

      I personally DON'T fit the keens right but am wearing my chacos right now as I usually am. So maybe you'll be the other way around? one can hope....

      Site says 44 dollars and when I go to check...

      Site says 44 dollars and when I go to check out it says 94 dollars. Is it a sale or not?
      I already have to pay duty on them when they get here at the cost so I have to pay for them twice anyway.
      Do you ship to Dominica, West Indies.?
      I'm looking for a black sandal in a nine us size. Thanks.

      Best Answer

      Contact customer service for the site to clarify this. Sometimes, there is a sale price advertised, but this is only for a particular color or size (and the dropdown "Select options" menu will tell you the price for each size and color available). They do ship out of country (I believe that you place the item in your basket and then check out, listing your address; or you can contact customer service).

      Is there a mens 7 available in the Keen...

      Is there a mens 7 available in the Keen Newport H2 sandal? I am shopping for my 12 year old son. Youth 6 will be too small, but I think the mens 8 will be huge. Do they make a 7?

      i typically wear a size 11 should I order...

      i typically wear a size 11 should I order the 11.5

      Write your question here... Any suggestions...

      Write your question here... Any suggestions on wide, stiff soled, hiking sandles? I really like the look & concept of the Salomon Tachamphibian but hear they're more like a B or C width. I need at least a EE. The Keen Newport seems right too but I'm too clumsy to go up a half size or full size just to get the width I need.

      These aren't super stiff - more than a sneaker, less than a hiker. But Keen's tend to run wide, which is why I like them. The toe box is designed to be roomy, also - which I also like. On sizing, I usually wear 11.5 to 12, got a twelve (on a past experience with another Keen model), and could have stuck with an 11.5. These are nice sandals for my wide feet.

      How do the sizes run in Keen's I wear a...

      How do the sizes run in Keen's I wear a 14 in North Face shoes but a 13 in Nike do they run true to size?

      I wear a size 9.5-10 in most footwear, running with the 9.5 in the more 'quality' brands. I have a pair of Keen snoe boots that run true but I just received the sandals in a 10 and they are tiny. I will return them for a 10.5 maybe 11.
      I hope this helps.

      I am trying to buy a water sandal for my...

      I am trying to buy a water sandal for my 12-year-old son. He wears a 7 in men's shoes generally, but I can't find a Keen (which is what he usually wears in the summer) that is in that size. Should I buy the youth 6 or the adult 8? I'm not sure what the size difference is.