Winter hiking on the frosty trails is snug and warm in the Keen Elena Hiker WP Boot. Rated to negative 25 degrees F, the Elena's KEEN. WARM insulation comforts for a full-day in nature and closes in with easy to use laces. Luftcell air-injected PU insole technology and the lightweight EVA make for an enjoyable and energetic pace, while the KEEN. DRY waterproof and breathable membrane keeps the toes dry and happy through puddles and gloomy weather. Underfoot, the grippy rubber sole finds traction in sloppy switchbacks and won't scuff flooring when back in town.
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