KEEN Durand II Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's

KEEN Durand II Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
KEEN Durand II Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
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Durand II Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's by KEEN
The Keen Durand II Waterproof Hiking boot thrives in wet climates and during shoulder seasons when rain is always right around the corner. The KEEN. DRY membrane keeps the pesky water out while you trudge through wet grass and muddy trails, while also allowing your feet to breathe and stay dry with the assistance of the moisture wicking mesh liner. The 4mm lugs on the rubber outsole allow you to step with confidence on those same muddy trails while, the EVA footbed provides the support and cushion you need to power your way to the summit.

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