KEEN Durand Mid WP Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's

KEEN Durand Mid WP Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
KEEN Durand Mid WP Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
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Durand Mid WP Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's by KEEN
Fine, maybe Keen doesn't guarantee that the Durand Mid WP Men's Wide Hiking Boot will last for eight bajillion steps, but you won't get past three bajillion in two lifetimes no matter how much you walk, so it's probably OK. More importantly, the Durand's Keen. Dry waterproof and breathable membrane will keep your feet from getting soggy on rainy days or warm-weather hikes, and the dual-compound rubber sole will stick to dry ground, wet rocks, and everything in between, making it ideal for day hikes or overnighters where comfort and versatility are key. The Durand weighs just a pound, but it still packs a PU heel cushion and removable dual-density EVA footbed that show your feet some serious love, and it has a TPU shank that provides lightweight arch support to help prevent aching feet and rolled ankles.

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