About Keen Versavent Hiking Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. For those extra-hot days on the trail, Keen's Versavent hiking shoes offer exceptional breathability and odor resistance for a fresh, dry feel. An EVA midsole and metatomical polyurethane insole offer excellent arch support and contoured comfort for long days on your feet.
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Not much cushioningVerified Buyer Reviewed by Baltimore Guy from Baltimore on Saturday, June 23, 2018I wanted to like them, but after walking around a little I realized that there was not enough cushioning.
Great ProductVerified Buyer Reviewed by Courtney from Wisconsin on Thursday, May 31, 2018Great product my husband loved them!
Keen hikersVerified Buyer Reviewed by Dave the Rave from So. Buffalo NY on Monday, May 21, 2018Nice looking shoe. Unique lace system, upon trying them on and pulling lace tight, plastic part came off end of lace. I had to disassemble and super glue lace into part. I'm hoping repair lasts. Other than that no problems. Good fitting and great price.
Great so farVerified Buyer Reviewed by Kelli Instructor from Oregon on Monday, April 16, 2018These are my son's 3rd pair of similar Keens. They last longer than other 'regular' fitness shoes and he likes the bungy and lack of true tongue - so doesn't move around.
Great fitVerified Buyer Reviewed by Ohiopyle Jimmy from Pennsylvania on Saturday, March 31, 2018These shoes are super light and comfortable. I normally go up a half size w Keen however I would recommend staying w your true size on this shoe. I can’t wait to test these on the trail.
shoesVerified Buyer Reviewed by gafre from Mpls on Tuesday, December 19, 2017Great fitting, nice looking shoes for a 15 yo male. Supportive, excellent price.
DisappointedReviewed by rosstaman from Washington on Friday, August 11, 2017I've had two different pairs of Keen shoes in the past, and always liked them for their roomy and secure toe area, the arch support, and their long-lasting strong soles. These Keen Versavent are comfortable out of the box, but they do not have the traditional toe support, and the arch support was minimal and needed an orthotic insole (an extra $30.00) for arch support. My main disappointment was walking on a level dirt trail as you felt every pebble and small stone you walked on. These should be listed as a walking shoe. Not worth the money if you're looking for a lightweight hiking shoe.
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