- Product Dimensions: 33 x 25.4 x 15.2 cm ; 413 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.1 Kg
- Item Model Number: oakridge wp-m-m-Parent
- ASIN: B01A0HHY6A
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 11 June 2016
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
- Waterproof hiking shoe featuring breathable mesh upper with supportive leather overlays
- Protective toe cap
- Front and back pull loops
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I got Keen's because I heard they are generally wider and have a larger toe-box, which I've found to be true. Compared to a few other hiking shoes I tried on (Columbia, Merrill) my toes aren't scrunched at all. They were too loose around my ankles, so I redid the laces to that runner's tie where it can get tighter on your ankle, but there is still some slip in the heel occasionally. They didn't come with any arch support to speak of, and I was afraid of breaking the shoes quickly, because I over-pronate when I walk. I bought some orthotics for flat feet and they fit well, so hopefully, those will increase the longevity of these shoes.
I'll have to wait and see how they do walking in hot weather and on trails, but so far these shoes have been great for what keep my feet dry and comfortable as I traverse the Wisconsin winter.
I know many people are fans of Keens, but they're just not for me apparently.
-Rugged - I liked the bigger/tougher toe cap compared to Merrell.
-Slightly larger fit than other brands.
-No arch support.
-Tread isn't very deep, can slip if you're jogging and need to stop in grass that's slick with moisture.
-At the top of the shoe, you only get one lace hole instead of two.
Waterproof, sustained rain and big water puddles.
They breath enough that my feet stay dry.
The Nubuck resists even rough treatment.
Matching colors between mid and low styles.
They weren't even very comfortable. The sole is extremely thick, I felt an inch taller, accompanied by a feeling of instability, ankle twisters. Compared with soles of other Keens I own, the materials are a lesser quality. What happened to Keen?