Gypsum II Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot
From the rugged peaks of interior Maine to the lush forests of coastal British Columbia, the Keen Men's Gypsum II Mid WP Hiking Boot confidently treads across extreme environments with its aggressively lugged sole and weatherproof protection. Waterproof leather and mesh inserts grace the boot's upper for tough-wearing support and breathability. Keen's DRY membrane provides the waterproof, breathable protection required for embarking across temperate rainforests and surviving torrential rains in the mountains.
Supporting every stride across variable terrain, the removable EVA footbed and EVA midsole provide responsive cushioning and superior shock absorption. There's a stability shank underfoot, which comes in handy when you're hauling a fully loaded pack across abusive terrain. And for treks where grip is especially hard to find, the multi-directional lugged sole claws into everything from mud-caked forest trails to slick rock outcroppings.
- Supportive waterproof boot for rugged treks
- Waterproof leather and breathable mesh upper
- Keen Dry membrane keeps out the wettest conditions
- Removable EVA footbed and EVA midsole disperse shock
- Multi-directional lugged sole claws into variable terrain
- Item #KEN00D8
- Upper Material
- waterproof leather, synthetic mesh
- KEEN.DRY membrane
- Cleansport NXT odor-control
- dual-density EVA
- EVA, stability shank
- non-marking rubber, 4mm multi-directional lugs
- Claimed Weight
- [single] 1 lb 3.1 oz
- Recommended Use
- hiking & camping
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
February 3, 2017
Fit & Comfort Straight Out Of The Box
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 8"
- 125 lbs
Got these boots for my youngest son, after having bought some for my oldest. My oldest has put them through the wringer and show very little signs of wear, and is why I chose to get another pair for my youngest. He uses them to walk to school and from school, as well as hikes. So far he has loved having dry feet to get to school and then switch to his regular gym/running shoes. As long as his feet don't grow too fast, I'm sure he will get a few years out of them.