Reviewed by Lookout Mountain Hiker from Mentone, Alabama on Thursday, March 14, 2013
This is my second pair of Keen waterproof trail shoes. And at some point I'll buy a third. This is a great shoe - well made and rugged. And they are really waterproof. No more soaked thru, wet socks. They are very lightweight for such a sturdy shoe. And the wide Keen toe box and good support make th...
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Reviewed by Jaimee from Nevada City, CA on Monday, December 02, 2013
The 10.5 didn't fit my boyfriend, who usually wears a 10W. Snug, but also not high enough instep, so they didn't come together to lace. That said, for a more average foot, they'd probably be fine. Even more rounded and clownish than usual for Keen, I thought. Going back. The slate/orange is a nice combo.
Reviewed by Mtn Hiker from Seattle - Minneapolis on Wednesday, October 09, 2013
First time I wore these Targhee II's I needed some blister relief on my little toes. The second time (next day) I was blister protected with a $0.15, yes 15 cent band aid, and I felt absolutely no unpleasant feelings. The third time I was sailing without any protection and the footbed was beginning to take shape. Living in Mpls/St Paul, Minnesota and Seattle I feel totally prepared for the tough weather ahead.
Reviewed by DEZERT from Salt Lake City on Monday, July 15, 2013
Used right out of the box. Did not need breaking in. Roomy toe box. Would recommend these for moderate inclines. OK going up. Coming down steeper trails (17% average grade or higher) the top lace bites into instep.
Reviewed by dusty from Northern California on Friday, July 12, 2013
I have an oddly shaped wide foot and these are one of the only shoes that fit me without any toe problems. They are very sturdy and the waterproof upper proved valuable during recent hikes in the Yosemite high country. We hiked over 30 miles over 3 days and I never experienced any problems with the fit or my feet. Order at least 1/2 size larger - they seem to run a little small.
According to the Brannock Device a US men's 8 is approximately 25.4cm or 254mm. 26cm or 260mm would be US men's size 9. You can view our sizing chart here: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/size-chart/#
Answered on 12/2/2013 5:02:32 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post