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KEEN Revel III Boot - Men's

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    Your hiking season doesn't have to end with winter.

    Winter brings with it uncrowded trails, snowy peaks, and the feeling of complete solitude, but snow-covered mountains will reward only those willing few who have the proper footwear. The Keen Men's Revel III Boots will give your feet what they need when venturing into snowy mountains with a waterproof construction and plenty of insulation to combat those cold mountain temperatures. Whether you're snowshoeing or taking a winter hike, it's critical to keep your feet dry, which is why Keen equipped these boots with its Keen.Dry waterproof insert. Behind the boot's waterproof insert is a heavy dose of insulation both around and below the foot to keep your feet nice and toasty when you stop to take in the views. The sole is a dual compound rubber designed for excellent traction whether your hiking through fluffy powder or slick sheet of ice.
    • 200g Keen.Warm insulation
    • Keen.Dry waterproof membrane
    • Nubuck leather upper
    • Underfoot insulation
    • Dual compound snow and ice rubber sole
    • Item #KEN007P

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    [face fabric] waterproof nubuck leather
    Waterproofing
    Keen.Dry membrane
    Insulation
    200g KEEN.Warm
    Lining
    textile
    Closure
    lace
    Footbed
    Heat Trapulator
    Sole
    Ice Grip (rubber compound)
    Claimed Weight
    [single] 1 lb 5 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Keen Revel III - Nice boot

    • Size Bought: 10

    This boot has a large toe box which I like and they feel like they are already broken in on the first walk. There also seems to be very good ankle support and my feet stay warm and dry during mid winter walks in the Northeast. I usually do a 12 mile fast walk on mostly pavement and concrete sidewalks and wearing these along with a pair of Darn Tough Vermont hiking socks makes for a very comfortable start and finish. IMO they run small so buy at least a 1/2 size larger than you normally would. Hopefully these boots will last for a long time.Great quality and nice job. Thanks!

    Adequate.....

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

    I will start by saying that I LOVE Keen for their comfort, looks, quality, and wide toe box. Back in 2011, I purchased the Revel (first generation) and loved it so much that I immediately bought 2 extra pair, because I knew the model would eventually go away and never be available again.

    Now 2015, I purchased this Revel III, and I have to say, I was initially disappointed with the update/redesign... So much that I printed the return slip and boxed them back up. Nevertheless, I slept on it, and decided to keep the boots and give them a chance.

    This boot is true to size (for me anyway), is durable, comfortable, and warm enough for winter here in Colorado. For me, it lacks some additional leather panels and stiching around the toe box and sides, leaving it looking a bit too plain. Also, they removed a lot of leather around the top/back of the ankle upper, and so there is very little (if any) actual ankle support.

    All that said, and while I still highly prefer the design of the original Revel, I will be keeping these.