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KEEN Voyageur Hiking Shoe - Men's


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    62 Reviews


    Drop into low, rev your engine, and climb that mountain.

    The Keen Men's Voyageur Hiking Shoes are jeeps for your feet. The Voyageurs love dropping into low gear for gnarly terrain, and mesh windows let their passengers breathe on warm summer days. Aggressive four-millimeter outsole lugs grip rock, sand, mud, and scree. Dual-density EVA midsoles make the ride plush. These Keen shoes don't need roll bars, but the S3 Heel Support Structures help prevent your ankles from rolling, and ESS shanks provide torsional stability on uneven terrain. Bumpers on the Voyageurs protect the occupants' toes from ouch-inducing hazards.
    • Low-profile hiking shoe with an emphasis on ventilation
    • Mesh upper with leather reinforcements for sturdy durability
    • Dual-density footbed with shank and EVA cushioning underneath
    • High-traction rubber sole gives a good grip on tough terrain
    • Item #KEN0152

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    leather, mesh
    water-resistant leather
    dual-density EVA, S3 Heel Support Structure, ESS shank
    non-marking rubber
    Claimed Weight
    (single) 15 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Bought a pair for my dad

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    He loved them so much he made me buy him a second pair after a week! He does a lot of hiking in the Appalachians with his dogs and is always looking for the right shoe! This did it for him, I think he's hooked. Sorry I don't have more specific information to give, he keeps it pretty simple.

    Great hiking shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 12M
    • Height: 6'3"
    • Weight: 200lbs

    I love these shoes - now into my 4th pair. The large, comfortable and sturdy toe box provides excellent protection. I tend to stub my toes on every object protruding on the trail. My only complaint is that the soles wear out fast. I live and hike in Big Bend National Park half the year, and the rocky trails, limestone and sharp volcanic stones, quickly take their toll.

    Keen Voyaguers are in!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 8
    • Height: 5'8"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    This pair has been worn almost every day for 20 months, no problems with glue, stitching or materials. I'm retired and work here along a river in Texas with plenty of tree & brush maintenance and general outside work. These shoes fit right in when we go to town or to community functions.

    In wet and dry conditions, these shoes have comfortably kept my footing secure. They don't look that bad, but the insoles have worn through. That is excellent durability in my experience.

    I purposely stepped on a small copperhead with the confidence of a Florida alligator tamer, and continued without a problem. Not what they were designed for, and not politically correct (perhaps even reckless), but that is my working environment and these shoes give confidence with each step. I will buy another pair when these are done.

    Keen shoes

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 12
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 250lbs

    These shoes are awesome. They are super comfortable and durable. I would buy again in a heartbeat.

    Second round!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I bought these to replace the ones I am wearing now when they wear out. Current pair I wear almost every day and it's a pretty great shoe.


    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    I got these as a gift for my dad, so I can't speak from experience but I took a look at them and they seem like a super durable shoe with a high amount of traction. He's used Keen's in the past and has always been happy with them, so I have no doubt that he'll love these. I ordered a size 10 for him and they seem to fit true to size.

    Stable shoe for light backpacking

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 195lbs

    Used this shoe on my Honeymoon adventure this past September (2015). I enjoy Keens for my work as Haz Waste Driver, so bought these to try Keen without safety toes. First they are very light and have a nice big toe box, major plus. Fit me true to size (10)..
    Good for trails, but I would switch to my Salomon's for the heavy rocky work. Sometimes you just need the extra protection around your ankles. Thats not the shoes fault. For the type of hiking or adventure they are designed for they rock. Would buy again.

    Good at the moment

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 212lbs

    So far I have enjoyed these on trail hikes, provide comfort and grip on wet days. After reading other reviews, a little worried these will be useless in a few months. Will update if I have the same issues as others.

    Best fitting shoe, woeful construction

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I wear these shoes because of the amazing fit for my foot. My foot is happy in them. I've been wearing them for 6 years--not one pair.

    The problem is the durability and construction. The first few pairs I owned, they lasted 7,8 months. I wore them everyday and walked 4 miles to work in them. The soles were worn down by then. Ok, not too bad, definitely not great. Something happened after that. The next few pairs never even had a chance to wear out. The soles gave out. First, a side part where one of the lugs connected came unglued. I returned them. The second problem which has happened twice now is that the sole has started to separate from the shoe. I do not use these for hiking anymore. I don't trust them.

    Yes the Glue is Defective

      Yes the shoe is comfortable for wide feet for about a month and then it falls apart.

      I was lucky with my first pair it lasted about a month and a half. When the sole finally seperated I was on my way back from a third world country where finding any shoe larger than a size 7 would have been impossible. If it had seperated a week or two earlier I don't know what I would have done. As it was I still felt like an idoit with my shoe sole flopping around the airport untill I could find a store.

      Thinking that it was just a bum pair rather than a bum product I got it replaced free of charge when I got home. The second pair lasted about 4 weeks.

      I think Keen should be embaresed. With every other pair of shoes I owned in my life the sole has remain firmly attached to the rest of the shoe (even when everything else fell apart) so this problem must have a known solution. If this wasn't a problem in 1985 with a $15 pair of sneakers, why is a a problem in 2013.with a $120 hiking shoe .

      Given the number of compliats and returns they must be Keenly aware. Yet they coninue to distribute these things and amazingly stores continue to sell them. Don't either of them understand that they are forever losing a customer everytime one of these fall apart.

      lesson one: When something falls apart don't replace it with the exact same product.

      lesson two: Always bring a spare pair of shoes with you when traveling to a devolping country.

      Lesson three: never buy Keens

      Wide Feet Happy, but they DO NOT LAST

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      I have never trusted low-cut hiking shoes before, instead opting for boots to ferry my backpacking trips through typically rocky/rooty New England landscapes.

      Not sure I'd use these with a heavy pack, but I've found them great with a day pack or on a light (overnight) trip with my larger pack.

      These shoes in particular have a wide footbox (I'm an EEE). They breathe really really well too--and that may well be the key to their comfort. Very comfortable and stable.

      My first outing with these was a 10 mile hike ... about 1/3 on logging roads and the rest on the AT. Nary a hot spot and nice comfy feet at the end.

      With lots more miles at this point--but not enough to comment on durability--I am quite happy with them.

      LONG TERM UPDATE: After not many miles, the glue gave out, separating the soles from the uppers. I'd bet I had less than 50 miles of walking on these shoes before they died on me. Totally unacceptable and I will be cautious when buying Keens in the future.

      Glue on sole is defective...DO NOT BUY!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      These shoes are comfortable but I definitely wouldn't take them hiking, as you can see from other reviews the glue is defective and the sole seperates cleanly from the shoe (some in two weeks or less, see other reviews)...looks like I got lucky as these lasted about 6 months (with pretty regular day-to-day wearing but nothing hiking, just day shoes).

      I like Keen & think their shoes/sandals are comfortable (don't really use them for hiking as I like boots); but these Voyageur's are terrible & calling them a "hiking" shoe is just wrong/misleading for how non-durable they are, I can't imagine anything worse than having these split apart on you while on a hike...KEEN, you can do better...very disappointed in this item!!!

      I have also had two pairs of Keen sandals/shoes separate where the sole is glued to the shoe. I love the comfort and style of Keen, but they really need to address their durability. The glue issues seem accelerated when shoes are exposed to water and sunlight for extended periods (exactly what they are made to do).

      Worst shoes I've ever purchased....

        I bought a pair of these at a SAIL store on the recommendation of the sales person, who praised there durability and comfort for someone with a wide foot size. After less than two weeks the sole has come completely separated on BOTH shoes, and also on the sides at the front. Now don't get me wrong, they are very comfortable, but I expect to get more than a couple weeks use out of them, especially at the price they sell for!! In this short period of time the shoes are unwearable, and they aren't even dirty yet!! Both the SAIL store and Keen will do nothing about an exchange or refund. I'll never, ever buy another pair of Keens again. I feel so ripped off!!

        Best Hiking Shoe I Have Owned

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I love this shoe. Had my pair for 3 years now. still holding up strong. Starting to show some signs of wear on the fabric on the inside just in the last year are so. Great for hiking or just wearing around town as your everyday shoe.

        I had a pair of Keen sandals for at least four years, warm weather use, before the sole on one shoe came loose. Immediately bought another pair fall of '12. Great fit for my wide feet. I bought a pair of Keen hiking boots two years ago, so far so good. I am on this site looking for a good price for the Keen hiking shoe. I will post again in two years to let everyone know how's shoe held up.

        Outside lowers blues

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Having wore my Voyageurs for only 10 months during work day, usually walking on soft or uneven soil (construction sites), the lower rubber in separating. I imagine its the glue.

        KEEN needs to resolve the glue issue; especially for $110 shoes!

        I hope my replacement KEEN Austin Casuals can hold up to every day use as I love the comfort of KEEN shoes.

        Great. But QC issues.

          I usually buy these 3 pair at a time and in fact just ordered 3 pair. I'm just finishing my 5th or 6th pair now and I'm hopeful that Keen can get it together with manufacturing because every single pair of these I have worn (for normal everyday use) has had the lowers separate. It's a real drag because these are perfect for my feet since they're wide and allow my feet to breath and I never, ever slip on any kind of surface - wet OR dry.

          I have a pair of Newport sandles, these...

          I have a pair of Newport sandles, these fit perfectly (without socks) at 11.5 US. For the purchase of Keen shoes or boots should I go up half a size to accomodate the socks?

          I understand "KEEN" makes a good shoe but,...

          I understand "KEEN" makes a good shoe but, could they possibly make them any uglier? I mean they make good looking shoes if you don't look straight down on them while you're wearing them! I don't get that whole 'wide look' they have; and I'm surprised to not see more comments about this.

          Best Answer

          Keen's are one of the few shoes that fit. The toe area is nice and wide and the heels are snug enough not to rub and flop around.
          Other narrow toed shoes have to be much longer to fit width properly and the heels tend to be way to sloppy. Don't mess around with Keen style-if you want narrow toes for style by Nikes or some other brand there are plenty that don't fit the foot properly.

          Long ago shoes and boots had a wider forefoot made for comfort and proper fit. The army munson last was one of the most popular lasts for shoes until "style" came into the picture. So these days most people wear shoes that do not fit properly. For me, and many others, function will always come before form.

          Ever since I first tried a pair of Keens on I've always thought they must have had my foot in mind when designing them. Nothing else compares. Thanks, woofman, for the history lesson - it explains a lot.

          Hi! I have now La Sportiva shoes of size...

          I have now La Sportiva shoes of size 12.5 and they fits very well. I have also Salomon boots of size 12 and they fits well too. Please help me to choose size for this model if it is possible. Thanks.

          I have a wide foot & Keens fit me well. My experience with both La Sportiva & Salomon are that they are too narrow for my feet in standard size. Even going up a half size they are both snug in the forefoot for me. If Salomon/LaSportiva fit you well, Keens may not be for you. Perhaps look at at Vasque as they tend to run more standard width

          is this brand suitable for narrow feet (12...

          is this brand suitable for narrow feet (12 N woman)

          I am not sure. I bought them for son and heeded the advice of others to get a half size larger. This was not true in my son's case; ended up sending them back and getting his normal size. He does not have narrow feet however, so not sure I can answer your question. He loves thwe shoes though!!

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          Looking for a size 11 in the black/olive/gold...

          Looking for a size 11 in the black/olive/gold - will you be stocking more?

          i have really wide feet would you recommend...

          i have really wide feet would you recommend these

          I'm an E and these are ok. In my opinion, they could be a touch wider (I have to volunteer that I'm in between sizes (9.5 and 9.0) so that may be contributing to my "ok" rating). Only way to really know if they work for you is to try on a pair.

          How do these shoes handle getting wet?

          How do these shoes handle getting wet?

          Hey Jason,The shoes handle the wet really well. They will expel moisture well but if you're going to be in a lot of river situations of streams you may look at some Keen sandals or something more adapt to that sort of activity.

          We bike and hike in the desert and do some...

          We bike and hike in the desert and do some bouldering. What's the best shoe for these combined activities.

          do you ship to Australia? and how much. cheers...

          do you ship to Australia? and how much.
          cheers andrew

 ships all over the world. Check out this link for more information:!PAGETYPE?sf=101133&documentid=239532&action=view&VisitorProfile=BCS&MESSAGEVAR!home=no&MESSAGEVAR!cookie=no