KEEN Terradora Hiking Shoe - Women's

KEEN Terradora Hiking Shoe - Women's
KEEN Terradora Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Terradora Hiking Shoe - Women's by KEEN
Go straight from your latest home restoration project to an evening hike in the foothills with the Keen Women's Terradora Hiking Shoes. Stylish and comfortable, these shoes look great whether you're running around town or hiking along grassy ridges. A mesh and synthetic upper keeps your feet cool when the day heats up and you're determined to keep going. A low-density midsole provides a high energy return that helps propel you up the trail and cushions your feet on the way down, while the lugged rubber outsole ensures reliable traction whether you're running into the lumber store for additional supplies or tackling tricky terrain.

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SKU: KEN00DS
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