Keen Versatrail Sneakers (For Toddlers)

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Overview

About Keen Versatrail Sneakers (For Toddlers)

Closeouts. Your kddo's first pair of trail shoes couldn't be any better than Keen's Versatrail sneakers, outfitted with ample underfoot support, a grippy, lugged outsole and quick-pull, foot-securing bungee lacing -- all working together to keep your novice hiker on their feet and enjoying the great outdoors.

Specs

Specs about Keen Versatrail Sneakers (For Toddlers)

  • Upper: Synthetic and mesh
  • Lining: Mesh
  • Removable insole
  • Midsole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
  • Outsole: Rubber
  • Weight (pair): 10.8 oz.
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
  • US shipments only

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  • “How flexible are the soles?”
    Asked by Dear Dinah from Utah on 12/29/2016 10:10:21 AM
    • These don't flex much. According to information listed under the product Overview tab: Nylon support shank
      Answered on 12/30/2016 2:28:57 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post

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.