Low-profile, lightweight, multi-sport outdoor shoes.
Lace up the KEEN Men's Tunari CNX Hiking Shoes, attach your dog's leash to his collar, and make your way to the nearest trailhead for some much-needed exercise. These lightweight, multi-sport hiking shoes features KEEN.CNX technology that keeps the shoes light with a low profile while still accounting for protection, durability, and a superb fit.
- Welded synthetic on 3D mesh uppers provides superb breathability and comfort while you take your dog for a hike on the trail
- Minimal upper construction eliminates layers of material for a more comfortable fit and feel
- Moisture-wicking Dri-Lex lining reduces friction
- 2mm static laces ensure a comfortable, secure fit
- KEEN.CNX technology incorporates three specific features to offer a low-profile, efficient, lightweight silhouette that lends protection, durability, and the KEEN fit
- Proprietary lightweight PU midsoles for support and comfort
- A minimal heel-to-toe drop allows the foot to move naturally, connecting to the ground without overcompensating
- An integrated contoured arch provides natural underfoot support
- Reverse strobel construction supplies a superb blend of stability and flexibility
- KEEN.ZORB technology features a full-length, foam-based cushioning layer that delivers instant step-in comfort
- Metatarsal ridges for a more natural fit
- TPU stability shanks for comfort and support
- Non-marking rubber outsoles for convenience
- Multi-directional flex grooves for natural flexibility and improved ground contact
Share your thoughts
Almost love them
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I've had the Keen Tunari CNX hiking shoe now for a month. Put about 50 miles on them in varying conditions. While I think the overall design is smart, and the technical elements all deliver, it seems that they have some limitations I wasn't expecting. First is fatigue. If you are in extremely uneven terrain for any significant distance you can expect serious foot fatigue soon. Soft surfaces they do fine in, but over the tree roots, rocks and gravel, you will be sad soon. The arch support is weak too, which is understandable given the design. Grip is great as long as you aren't on wet rocks. Finally, if you are expecting the classic Keen fit, which is critical for those of us with wide feet, then you will definitely be disappointed. The internal shape is different and slightly narrower, so if you get Keens to fit your wide feet, don't bother with this design. You will probably have better luck with a different model. On the whole I think it's a good shoe, but there are a few issues to look out for.