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- Mid-cut outdoor boot with waterproof nubuck-leather and mesh upper featuring KEEN.Dry membrane
- Removable, metatomical dual-density EVA footbed
- Outer Material: nubuck
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Type: no-heel
- Direct attach PU midsole
- Tetra PU stability shank
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Amazing comfort and unsurpassed durability from the first step to the millionth! the KEEN Durand mid wp hiking boots for men are crafted of pu and dual compound rubber outsole. They deliver durable, dependable longevity for the long haul. Pu resists.
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It's great to be able to hike down a steep mountain and not have my outside toes get jammed against the edge of my boot. I have logged almost 100 miles in them now and the integrated insole/heel combo has been great. Unlike some other reviews, I have not had any discomfort from the air holes in the insole, this may be due to the fact that I wear medium cushion hiking socks.
To be honest, I was initially disapointed that the insole was molded to the shock absorbing rubber pad on the heel because I couldn't put in my green superfeet insoles (they could still fit but I thought it would take away from the functionality of the rubber pad). However, after some serious hiking, I can now say with confidence that my feet feel great after a long day of hiking and it's actually nice to buy a boot that is comfortable enough without having to shovel out another $45 for expensive insoles. Would recommend to any hiker looking for a wide boot!
I've had them out in the snow a few times and stayed totally dry, but can't attest to their performance under more demanding conditions. Also can't speak to how well/long they wear, but they seem like they'll do well.
Cmon Keen! For 180.00 pair of work shoes is it asking to much for heavier lacing cleats? These are my 6th pair of Keen boots.