chu4453761

chu4453761

chu4453761

chu4453761 wrote a review of on January 29, 2011

5 5

I ordered these rush and received them in 22 hours. The size 10D were a little more snug than my 10 Sorel Snow Country (on which I got some gasoline and would never make it through the airport TSA) and size 10 Timm Pro Series (which my 16 year old borrowed and moved into this winter). I didn't need a half size more but if you're snug in your size already you might think about it. The fit for a slip-on is good, with a little recurve in the achilles, so they don't slip at all. They are not clunky like a lot of moon-boot insulated boots, very walkable, and enough base and arch to be very stable. I wore them out of the box to Buffalo in recent minus zero weather. After fifteen minutes outside waiting for a shuttle my face was frozen and my legs were cold but my feet were toasty. In Boston after a recent 7 inches of snow and two 0.4-mile walks, my feet were warm and dry, with no slipping on snow- or ice-covered concrete, stone, or asphalt. The soles are not your normal waffle-stomper soles; they look like two kinds of material and they grip and are quiet. They breathe, so I can wear them all day inside okay. I wipe them off with a damp cloth if there's any dirt or salt on them and pop up the innersoles at night like with running shoes.

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chu4453761 wrote an answer about on January 20, 2011

Mine are 10D; I have a broad instep and a narrow heel and sometimes need a "wide" except that for a lot of wide shoes my heel might slip. These fit just right for me. They fit a little tighter than a regular width 10 Timberland or a regular width 10 Sorel.

Most insulated boots walk pretty clunky. A big advantage I see with these Keens is that they're very walkable.

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