About Keen P-Town Shoes - Leather-Suede (For Women)
Closeouts. A combination of sporty and urban styling, Keen's P-Town shoes put a boost of confidence in your stride with a handsome, two-tone leather and suede upper over a cushy, molded polyurethane midsole.
Sporting ubiquitous bumper toes, Keen Hybrid shoes have a loyal following of comfort lovers who are addicted to the metatomical EVA footbed that supports and cradles feet in any environment
Durable leather and suede upper
Perforated toe box and mesh lining for breathability
Reviewed by Huskador from Central Wisconsin on Thursday, May 24, 2012
Second Pair of Keen Footwear the I have purchased for my girlfreind, and she LOVES them! Comfortable, which is the important part, but it also doesn't hurt that people comment all the time on how cool they look (points for me!)
Your search for "" returned reviews for Keen-P-Town-Shoes-Leather-Suede-For-Women
Reviewed by Rckwmn8 from Colorado on Wednesday, September 11, 2013
These are comfortable shoes to wear with jeans. The toe is a bit pointy, but the construction is very good and the purple isn't overwhelming. The cushioning around the heel isn't too overwhelming but it feels like they have enough support. The don't have the typical keen big rubber toe, which is a plus.
Reviewed by Keen lover from Springfield, MO on Monday, August 6, 2012
I wore the shoes for 1.5 days and had to stop wearing them because my toes were cramping. I had to return these shoes because the toes design is not right because it is pointy. They would be great for a person who doesn't plan to do much walking.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, School, Work
Cons: Narrow toes, Poor Arch Support
Describe Yourself: Trendy
Pros: Cushions Impact, Durable, Great with Jeans, Stable, Stylish, Versatile
Reviewed by Some Chick from MT on Thursday, August 2, 2012
These shoes are really cute, but they didn't have the support, cushion and right-out-of-the-box comfort I've come to expect from Keen. I happened to have an extra pair of cushioned insoles lying around, though, so I pulled out the thin ones the shoes came with, replaced them -- et voila! Perfect. (Do note that the toe is quite narrow by Keen standards. You might need to go up half a size or so to accommodate wider toes and/or thicker insoles.)