- Item Model Number: 1017330
- ASIN: B01MU71YWR
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 27 February 2017
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
- #89 in Shoe Pads
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Features and Benefits
Full length energy return foam provides rebound against solid surfaces.
|KEEN Utility K-30 Gel Insole||KEEN Utility K-30 Gel Insole||KEEN Utility K-30 Gel Insole||KEEN Utility K-20 Insole with Extra Cushion||KEEN Utility K-10 Insole Replacement|
|Arch Type||For High Arches||For Neutral Arches||For Low Arches||For Neutral Arches||For Neutral Arches|
|Recommended Use||Arch correction, pressure distribution, shock absorption and improved joint alignment||Arch correction, pressure distribution, shock absorption and improved joint alignment||Arch correction, pressure distribution, shock absorption and improved joint alignment||For extra comfort and cushioning||Replacement for everyday use|
|Cushioning||Shock-absorbing gel heel and forefoot pads||Shock-absorbing gel heel and forefoot pads||Shock-absorbing gel heel and forefoot pads||Full-length energy return foam with anti-fatigue pads||Dual-density shock-absorbing heel pad|
|Support & Comfort Rating||Best||Best||Best||Better||Good|
|90 Day KEEN Manufacturer Guarentee||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|CleansportNXT Natural Anti-Odor Technology||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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So I went on line and started looking up shoes good for concrete floors. Honestly this was my second choice. The first choice was another brand name didn’t last. Granted we were spending $50.00 plus on his shoes. So we were buying cheap shoes.
I learned about the Keen brand on Amazon:) and no tears ripes easy to rinse off. They don’t look filthy. We are both overly pleased with this brand! Well about a year his feet started hurting really bad everyday. He was ready to buy another pair. I’m looking at the shoes like but they still look so good! So we decided to try Keen insoles first since that option was a little bit cheaper and they received great reviews. We cut them to his size and put them right on top of the other ones. He had instant relief! (He had a little extra room in his shoes already). So they fit perfect with both insoles.
This brand rocks!! We will continue buying Keen work shoes/boots and insoles. No more buying boots or shoes every 3-6 months!! Yes they are expensive (shoes) but they are worth it!!!
Honestly, I am almost nervous to share this review because I don’t want the brand to change anything... that’s how much of a good investment the shoes and insole are!!!
As pictured, left are the new ones, right are the inserts that came with the shoes. Might be hard to tell, but these are much thicker and softer.
For the record, I *love* Keen shoes -- I have more than a dozen pair, and have probably worn out that many over the years. They solved my chronic plantar fasciitis, are supremely comfortable, and a good value for what they are. Not many shoe companies even make 17s, let alone decent ones, so I buy and recommend them as often as I can. Heck, my normal-sized better half has at least a dozen pairs, too.
So I was _stoked_ when I saw these insoles. I was dubious initially: If they were _any_ other brand, I would know "13+" was misleading fraud. But, I thought, "well, they're Keens. Keen makes 17s. They might work. Have some faith." Well, the faith was unfounded.
Nope. They should be listed as 13-15. Or, maybe, 13-16. But they are *definitely* too small for 17s. There is a large gap at the end, between the end of the insole and the end of the shoe. I wore a pair around the house for a bit, hoping against all reason that I wouldn't notice or that it'd be ok. Nope. Annoying. And they move around too much. And there's always the lingering doubt that the support is in the wrong place, etc, since they're too small.
BUT, they're super comfortable, and I can see why people love them. Unfortunately, it's another case of "something everyone else loves, and I'll never get to enjoy." (See also: Most cars, most clothes, any airline seat not in first class, etc.) The curse of the freakishly sized. That said, they do change how the shoe fits -- they're thicker than the stock insoles, and I was finding that my toes rubbed the inside-top of the shoe because of that.
I'd blame Amazon for the misleading size information, but the Keen packaging says "13+." It _really_ should say "13-15". And, man oh man, do I wish they would make a pair that fit 17s. Sigh. More self-loathing and envy-of-the-normal-sized for me today. : (