About Keen Voyageur Mid Hiking Boots - Leather (For Women)
Closeouts. Ready to become the adventurous type? It’s hard not to when you’re wearing Keen’s Voyageur hiking boots; they’re designed with a mid-level height to protect the foot and ankle without weighing you down. Multi-directional lugs on the outsole bite into gravel, mucky terrain, and steep ascents and descents with ease, making every voyage just that much more enjoyable.
Specs about Keen Voyageur Mid Hiking Boots - Leather (For Women)
- Gusseted tongue
- Upper: Leather and mesh
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Midsole: Compression-molded EVA
- Outsole: Rubber
- Height: 4"
- Heel height: 1-3/4"
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 15 oz.
- Made in China , Thailand
- Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by La from California on Friday, April 17, 2015I was looking for a boot with more ankle support as I had a injury awhile back and found wearing a brace while hiking was not comfortable. So far they are very comfortable and plenty roomy in the toe box. I did go up half a size and I'm glad I did as wearing them with mid-weight socks is perfect but I do like more room around my toes.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by co hiker from denver on Tuesday, January 27, 2015True to size. Very comfortable. Not a heavy duty sole. Light hiking boot.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by chamisa68 from colorado on Friday, December 5, 2014These are OK for the sale price. As someone else has said, you can feel every pebble under your feet. Curiously thin (?) soles. I was somewhat surprised that my normal size 7 fit just perfectly. I had ordered a 7.5 also just because some reviews indicated that they recommended that you order a half size up. I found the 7.5 to be very large for me and I will return them. I can wear thick socks or thin with these, but unfortunately my arthritic big toe is bad with these no matter what I do.
My first "off road" experience with these was not good. It was on a steep hillside with lots of volcanic rocks of all sizes. I consistently slipped and slid on them. I will continue to wear them to the office and hope they become more comfortable as non-trail shoes.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Amy from Seattle on Tuesday, November 18, 2014Not yet used for trail hike but I've done several multi-mile walks around home. They were comfy from the first day. I have a wide front foot and use orthotics which fit fine after removing the removable footbed. Nice stiff sole for foot support but lightweight feel on the foot. I'll be using these for hiking in Death Valley soon and am looking forward to having them there. As always a great price too.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Newly Retired from Missouri on Thursday, November 6, 2014These boots are perfect EXCEPT they are not rated waterproof. After online research AND field trips to expensive shoe stores for the touch and feel experience, I decided to order these from ST. They are comfortable, light, sturdy, and stylish. My previous experience with Keens cemented my decision to go with Keen Hiking Boots, and I am so pleased that I made the purchase. My "usual" shoe size runs between 9-10. The size 10 fits perfectly.
Question & Answer
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“I have a pair of Keen shoes and had to buy them one size larger than what my shoe size measures. I normally buy shoes(not sandals) 1/2 size larger so I can wear thicker socks if I want to. I like these shoes but am tired of returning shoes/boots to Sierra Trading Post. Do Keen shoe sizes run the same for different models or do these run true to size?”
These shoes run true to size.
I bought these a whole size larger instead of the half size larger I usually get for Keens, so I could wear heavier socks. It has worked great. So they do run about a half size small, which is typical for Keens.
With hiking boots in general I recommend ordering a half size up. You want plenty of room in the toe box so that you don't slide forward and hit your toes. Also if a little big it does allow you to wear thicker socks.
They are not waterproof. They are a medium width.