Any trail will do.
Keen made the Men's Versatrail Hiking Shoe versatile for summiting Maine's Katahdin or trekking through Arizona's Grand Canyon. Breathable mesh keeps your foot comfy on hot hikes, and synthetic overlays ensure durability for rugged rocks. Keen's unique Ariaprene tongue closure pulls a drawcord for a secure fit, and there's a Cleansport NXT treatment for odor control.
Underfoot, the Versatrail features a Keen.Zorb midsole for shock absorption, a removable metatomical footbed, and three more layers of cushy EVA including a shank for stability. All that underfoot comfort and non-marking rubber helps you go to the summit and back with ease.
- Mesh upper with synthetic reinforcements
- Ariaprene tongue closure
- Cleansport NXT organic odor control
- Removable dual-density footbed
- Keen.Zorb midsole
- Compression molded EVA midsole
- Stability shank
- Non-marking rubber sole
- Item #KEN009U
- Q & A
These run a little on the small size. I'd say go up 1/2 a size for a sneaker like fit, maybe a full size if you want roomy for extra sock space. They are oddly a little narrow in the toe box actually too. I've been hiking in a pair of cross training sneakers lately, and got these to upgrade, but the fit was off, and they didn't feel like a great advantage over sneakers really, so back they go. They might work out for the right person though.
Great shoes but not for the trail
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 8.5
Fit ran just a little on the small side but not too bad. Good ventilation and very comfortable around downtown and at work. My only gripe is the cushioning on the sole. Large rock and roots can be felt a lot more than I am comfortable with especially when running. I will not wear these on the trail anymore. That said they are great around town and at work.
Considering a pair of Keen Versatrail hiking shoes, but I have a wide foot. This would be a mens shoe. Will these likely fit? I hate to get them only to have to return them the next day.