- Cleansport NXT for natural odor control
- 4mm multi directional lugs. Care instructions - To clean it is recommended to use a leather cleaner and conditioner
- Torsion stability ESS shank
- Waterproof nubuck leather upper
- New Targhee colorways do not have pull tabs as depicted on Site
- This style does run a ½ size small. Contoured heel lock
- Hydrophobic mesh lining
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I'm working on keeping the fore and midfoot much looser (there's room if I can get lacing right) and how to cinch the heel as it is pulling up some, it does have the chinch mechanism.
That said, I have multiple foot injuries and this shoe lets me walk with orthotics (both are deep enough by far for orthotics) longer than any other shoe and I am so greatful. Especially people with forefoot injuries. Like Morton's neuroma where your toes need to spread out, this shoe and the Voyaguer are golden.
SInce the midsole is so high, the heel is high, and that off weights your heel...if you have heel injuries as I do. This height and heel to toe slope is hard to find in running and hiking shoes. Yet it doesn[t at all feel wobbly or precarious or like you'd twist your ankle.
Shoe is firm and stable and supportive.
It breathes very poorly so your feet get stinky, small price to pay.
The midsole on this and Voyageur is duel density...those Brown swaths that inject far into the midsole toward the back of the shoe keep the midsole from breaking down. I wear down midoles horribly due to my irregular stance. These haven't worn down, the Voyageur with the identical midsole lasted a year of daily use and the midsole has not collapsed. !0 hours a day. Again these are the only keens with quite as thick quite as "duel density" resistant midsoles.
I think I can make this work. Maybe there is less room in the same size of Targhee compared to Voyageur because it also has a waterproof membrane.
Traction is superior.
My toes feel like they grab the ground more, using appropriate foot muscles despite being clad in built up shoe. I think this is because the width of the front of shoe/toes ball of foot lets toes spread correctly like when you are barefoot.
Try these if you are looking for orthotic friendly shoes especially. Or injuries. If they are too deep or wide for you, just purchase a midsole from a drugstore, can be a cheep one, put in under their removable insole that comes with the shoe, and it'll take up some volume.
I can say out of the box I love them so far. They feel very secure on my foot and I don't think I'll need insoles to correct my over-pronation.
The real kicker will be to see how my knee feels after trudging across the countryside in them.
I normally wear an 8 across the board with shoes. After reading other reviews, I'm VERY glad I went with an 8.5
They fit perfectly.
I had my mother, who normally wears an 8.5, try them on (barefoot) and they were too short for her.
Right now I'm wearing them with a medium weight wool-blend Browning sock and they feel great with this shoe.
The color I got is Gargoyle/Comfrey--not the color I originally wanted, but the price was right on this color. After seeing it in person, it is a rather nice combo. The green is a little brighter than what's pictured in the stock photo on Amazon's listing.
Happy so far with this purchase.