Keen Coronado Canvas Shoes - Mary Janes (For Women)

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Overview

About Keen Coronado Canvas Shoes - Mary Janes (For Women)

Closeouts. From music festival to farmers market, Keen's Coronado canvas Mary Jane shoes offer fantastic comfort in a design perfect for style-conscious fun in the sun.

Specs

Specs about Keen Coronado Canvas Shoes - Mary Janes (For Women)

  • Upper: Natural Canvas
  • Lining: Canvas
  • Removable insole
  • Outsole: Non-marking rubber
  • Heel height: 1"
  • Weight (pair): 1 lb. 4 oz.
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
  • US shipments only

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3.977272 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 44 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Outdoors lover from Upstate NY on Saturday, October 2, 2010
I own several pairs of Keen shoes, and have yet to be disappointed. They have a comfortable and relaxed fit to them. They are a roomy shoe, so if you have very narrow feet, these might not be for you.
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  • Reviewed by ND lady from ND on Sunday, April 1, 2012
    Wanted to like these, looked cute in box. Made my feet look like long skis. There was NO cushion or support, my keen sandals are way more comfy. I returned them.
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Describe Yourself: Conservative
    • Sizing: Feels half size too big
    • View On Shoes: I'm Into Shoes
    • Width: Feels true to width
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pammy2 from Modesto, CA on Monday, September 19, 2011
    I had to return the product due to sizing issues.
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Cons: Poor Fit, Uncomfortable
    • Describe Yourself: Conservative
    • Pros: No pressure points on toe
    • Sizing: Feels full size too big
    • Width: Feels true to width
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by LizzyLiza from Salt Lake City, UT on Monday, August 22, 2011
    I bought the red ones, but I wish I had the yellow pair too!
    Two is better than one!
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Describe Yourself: Stylish
    • Pros: Comfortable, Cushions Impact, Stylish
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • Width: Feels true to width
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jeanie from Utah on Thursday, August 4, 2011
    I love the look of these. They're even cuter in person, but they are so wide that they're really loose on my foot. I bought a half size smaller in a different color and I love those.
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Cons: Poor Fit
    • Describe Yourself: Conservative
    • Pros: Durable, Great with Jeans, Stylish
    • Sizing: Feels half size too big
    • Width: Feels too wide
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Skya from Wisconsin on Monday, July 25, 2011
    I normally wear a size 9, but in Keens I often get a 9.5. The 9 fits in this shoe. The arch support is not as good as in some of my Keens, but it's better than a lot of other shoes.
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Describe Yourself: Stylish
    • Pros: Comfortable, Stylish
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • Width: Feels true to width

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About Keen

Keen shoes have been helping feet find adventure since 2003, and it all began with the signature KEEN.PROTECT toe bumper. It might seem strange to build a footwear company around a feature, but that iconic toe bumper is more than just a style add-on. It’s what allows Keen sandals to hit the trails and provide the best toe protection possible. In fact, Keen was one of the first footwear companies to make closed-toed hiking sandals. Over the years, the product selection has continued to grow and now includes Keen hiking boots, trail shoes, cycling shoes, socks, clothing and bags. The brand is also actively involved in land and water conservation projects in the US, Canada, Europe and Japan.