Closeouts. A lightweight leather upper, KEEN.DRY® waterproof breathable protection and excellent support make Keen Pyrenees boots an outstanding light hiker for wandering the mountains of Spain or the nearby forest.
Reviewed by ashley from indiana on Sunday, October 26, 2014
These fit me perfectly they were snug and tough and they look great in the green! Super comfortable even when walking all day in the woods! They are very well made and see as if they will last a very long time. I'm super happy with these boots a d havent taken them off!
Reviewed by Guilulu from Virginia on Wednesday, September 3, 2014
I got these boots to wear at work as a park ranger. They are very comfortable after a brief break. the problem is that the soles atarted coming apart very soon after starting to wear them. Granted I do wear them everyday but this happened after only a couple weeks. Low mileage. they would be great as a casual hiker I think but not the quality I am used to from Keen.
Reviewed by Dragnladee from New Orleans on Monday, August 11, 2014
I am a huge fan of everything Keen makes. The last pair of Keen hikers I had went in the trash after five years because they smelled terrible, not because they were worn out and unwearable.
These boots were comfortable (although a bit stiff) right out of the box. Tongue goes all the way to the top so no way for water to leak in. I don't feel like I am wearing cloudhoppers either. As low a profile as you could expect from a pair of all weather boots.
Reviewed by Sadie's Mom from Massachusetts on Tuesday, August 5, 2014
I purchased these hiking boots because my feet have changed and I needed a larger size and different fit. The reviews indicated that these boots had a wider toe box and good support so I went for them. After wearing them in the house for two days I hiked three days in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Mts. Madison and Adams. Rocky and steep - up and down. Mud caused by earlier rain. The boots were great. No blisters, even with brand new boots. I have a very high arch and can easily lace these boots to avoid the dreaded nerve pain caused by standard lacing. I felt pretty secure on the rocks coming down. If your feet sweat the boots can take a while to dry out on the inside. If it's humid where you hike they will feel damp when you put them on in the morning, but not an issue if you have dry socks. Great toe space so no downhill toe jam. I'm really happy with my new Keens.
Reviewed by PJ from Mississippi on Monday, August 4, 2014
Runs true to size. Great fit out of the box with no break in time. I like the fact that it is a seamless upper. Wide toe box and plenty of room for thick socks during the winter months. I wear these almost daily.
Reviewed by Megan from North Idaho on Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Great boot; sturdy construction. Comfortable with nice long laces that make it easy to tie up,; came with two sets of laces, which is nice. DO NOT take these boots out of the box and hit the trail. I actually wore them to work for about a week straight before I could break in the uppers. My shins and ankles were literally sore from the process. Woe to the person who doesn't heed that advice. No issues with slippage on the heel. Haven't had a chance to actually hike in these yet, but I'm sure they'll be great.
Reviewed by Area Family from CT on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
I have been very happy with Keen shoes - in many styles. I found it hard to get the shoes open wide enough to easily get my feet in and out. Once they were on, they were very comfortable - but I just couldn't envision myself wanting to put them on the morning after a hike when my feet might still be swollen from the day before. Returned this item.