KEEN Anchorage III Waterproof Boot - Men's

KEEN Anchorage III Waterproof Boot - Men's
KEEN Anchorage III Waterproof Boot - Men's
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Anchorage III Waterproof Boot - Men's by KEEN
A little cold and snow won't deter you from taking a walk downtown this winter when you have a pair of Keen Men's Anchorage III Boots waiting by the door. Keen. Warm insulation and Thermal heat shield footbeds, which reflect heat back to your body, work in unison to keep your feet toasty warm. Keen. Dry waterproof, breathable membranes lock out wetness, so there will be no need to dodge any puddles or snow you encounter along the way. Capped off with water-resistant nubuck uppers, these winter walkers offer a great blend of warmth, water protection, and style.

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SKU: KEN00EP
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