You can hike for miles and miles.
You're bound to run into weather ranging from sunny to rainy on grand summer treks like the Camino del Santiago, so make sure you take the trek in a well-fitted, highly protective hiker like the Keen Women's Terradora Leather Mid Waterproof Boot. Its waterproof, breathable Keen.Dry insert fends off moisture and mud to stay fresh no matter what conditions you trek through, and the leather upper ensures long-lasting durability if you plan on hiking every day for a month. Underfoot, Keen constructed this boot out of a women-specific platform with proper arch support and stability for long treks.
- Full leather hiking boot built for wetter climates
- Keen.Dry insert ensures waterproof, breathable protection
- Breathable mesh lining amplifies airflow for ventilation
- Dual-density footbed with arch support
- Low-density midsole with women-specific platform
- Keen's all-terrain sole with rugged lugs for traction
- Item #KEN00EV
What do you think about this product?
February 3, 2019
Not for those with bad feet
Gave these to my girlfriend but we ended up returning them for the Colombia Fire Venture. "My feet need to have more arch support than these shoes offer. I have bad feet. These would probably work well for other people. Also order half a size up!" - my perfect girlfriend
December 5, 2018
Great look with Function
Tried on numerous hiking boots to find the right fit. I chose this one because it felt supportive and comfortable. I used them on a hike with my dog and they helped me keep up with my energetic pup. Great grip and comfort.
June 12, 2018
Don't be fooled by the comfort
Love the boots, and they seemed to fit fabulous. I tried them on in a store prior to purchase. I have never had a problem with a boot fit. I wear an 8 but needed the 8.5 for these boots. However, after several long day hikes, each time I get a blister on the outer edge of my big toe. About 5 miles into the hike I begin to notice the warm rubbing. So disappointed because they seem to fit perfect when I am just wearing them without hiking climbing terrain. Not sure what to do. I hate to buy another pair of boots after only 2 or 3 hikes.
December 8, 2017
the old terradoras use to rip by the seam (where the water proofing met the sole of the shoe). The leather boots prevents that now and can last much longer. These shoes are wicked comfy. Just don't buy the old ones. These one will hold up better on rock and terrain that can be rough on shoes.