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    Posted: 04 April 2017 at 03:57
Keen Boots

Anybody use them???

American made, leather hiking boots.
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Seen them ,never used them .
As far as I know I don't know any one that has them >
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote CascadeFlyer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 April 2017 at 14:10
Have Keen low top hikers. Have Keen open sandal things. Live in them. Best shoes ever. They make them with lots of room in the toe-box, which makes them great for -- just about anything.
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BEAR;

My next pair, or two, are gonna Kenetrek. One with
thinsulite & one without.

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900f,

I'm not sure if they have have different models or not,
but they have Kenetrek boots on Camofire.com for 40% to
60% off pretty regularly.

If you never have been to camofire it is a different kind
of web site. They change their offerings every few hours.
I have seen some pretty good deals there.

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Bear, I never have tried Keen boots, but have looked at
them several times. If you try them let us know what you
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I have 2 pairs of Keens...and they don't even come in my size (wide).

The sandals...haven't had em that long, but they are comfortable (BTW, not sure where they are at the moment).

I have a pair of shoes. I know that I was wearing them to work....office job, retired 4 years ago. They have since change the sole design (maybe the soles were to durable).

So, I am sold on them.
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Tried a pair on at Sheels in Great Falls. yep they have
changed the in-sole to a smooth plastic/soft liner.
Insulation looks to be foam.

Still a lot of money.
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My wife uses Keen low top shoes for walking and light hiking.
She swears by them. I have keen sandals and they are the
best outdoor sandal I have used. They have been soaked in
salt water they dont get stinky and they hold up. big rubber
toe box keeps me from stubbing toes on rocks.
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