- Product Dimensions: 38.1 x 25.4 x 15.2 cm ; 454 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.2 Kg
- Item Model Number: Targhee Vent M
- ASIN: B07Q5W2YM9
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 20 August 2018
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- Speed hooks for easy lace adjustment
- Removable, dual-density EVA footbed with arch support for all-day comfort
- Dual-density EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
- KEEN.ALL-TERRAIN rubber outsole for higher-traction grip
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These $hoes, don't last much past the 1 yr warranty and the most recent models feel as though they've drastically decreased the sole thickness bc when wear them I can feel small rocks as though I'm wearing socks only.
Last 2 pairs I've purchased, both around $130 per pair, are or have miserably failed in Quality, durability.
I'm not a Hiker, or cross country athlete, but a disabled veteran who these simply walking my dog on muddy/grassy short 1/10 of mile dog trails at a local dogpark
I want either Keen, or Amazon to Eat the cost in replacing another pair that developed an un-repairable tear between the sole and fabric. Tear developed at 10-11 months, and assumed it wouldn't know keep opening up. However a hand washed this pair, Mens 11.5 Targee, and that separation is now 3 inches...
Horrible in durability , low quality all so Keens CEO is given a great salary/ benefits Package yet vastly reduce the quality and charging $130-$200 retail for $hoes of such poor quality could easily be mistaken for Wal-Mart durability and price as Wal-Mart too outsourced its brand of shoes to Chinese manufacturing.