KEEN Karraig Mid Waterproof Backpacking Boot - Men's

KEEN Karraig Mid Waterproof Backpacking Boot - Men's
KEEN Karraig Mid Waterproof Backpacking Boot - Men's
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Karraig Mid Waterproof Backpacking Boot - Men's by KEEN
Designed and made in Italy for the rugged ascents and terrain you'll find on Europe's high peaks, the Keen Karraig Mid Waterproof Backpacking Boot provides support and stability with every step. Thanks to its mid-height design your foot will stay stable on any trail, while the waterproof membrane prevents falling rain and rising puddles from ruining your day. A high-rebound PU midsole provides energy-return as you put in long miles, and the breathable leather and mesh construction ensures that you can hike through hot and muggy weather with no problem. Whether you're hiking on soft trails or rough rock, the all-terrain rubber outsole will give you plenty of traction as you push towards the summit, and a special Cleansport NXT anti-odor treatment will have them ready for the next adventure as soon as it comes calling.

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