Information about Keen Voyageur Trail Shoes (For Women)
Closeouts. Armed with the breathability of mesh inserts and Keen's patented toe protection, there's not a trail you can't conquer in Keen's Voyageur trail shoes. S3 technology provides support on impact, absorbs shock and reduces your odds of twisting an ankle on uneven terrain.
Sporting ubiquitous bumper toes, Keen Hybrid shoes have a loyal following of comfort lovers who are addicted to the metatomical EVA-cushioned footbed that supports and cradles feet in any environment
Reviewed by Elle from Lafayette, IN on Thursday, July 9, 2009
I cannot say enough good things about the Voyageur (and I own several pairs of Keens)! I wore them on a three-week trip to Alaska which involved much walking and trail hiking (uphill, downhill, rocky terrain, loose rocks) and they were comfortable from the get-go. The shoes are so light but impres...
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Reviewed by hiker 11 from san diego on Tuesday, September 13, 2011
I was looking for a low rise hiking shoe for my trip to Yosemite specifically for my half dome hike. I have high boot keens and wanted a low rise trail hiker. I loved the style when i purchased on line and esp. the price. I didn't have time to break them in before our 10 hour + hike but didn't worry about it too much as I never needed to break in my other Keen shoes. I was right. The shoes were comfortable right when i put them on. I had to tighten up the laces a bit. Keens are normally wide and i have a narrow foot. I ordered a size 5 in THIS shoe (my other keens i had to go up 1/2 size). They were perfect! after 5 hours my feet were just fine, no blisters no aches. However, after 8-9 hours my arches were aching (naturally expected after 8-9 hours). All in all i'm glad i purchased these shoes and absolutely loved the price! it was the lowest i've seen from all other websites.
Best Uses: Mixed Terrain, Paved Trails, Rocky/Unstable Terrain
Cons: Not Water Resistant
Describe Yourself: Competitive Athlete, Gym Rat, Recreational Walker/Hiker, Trail Jogger
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Cushioning, Great Traction, Lightweight, Stabilizes Foot
Reviewed by Montana Explorer from Bozeman, MT on Saturday, May 7, 2011
I really, really love these shoes! My two "cons" are about the opening of the shoe, which is pretty large. This makes it difficult for me to tie the shoe tight enough, giving me poor stability and ankle support while on day hikes. I'm not sure I can use these for really difficult trips, but they will work for most!