The Keen Revel IV High Polar Boot readily steps in from frozen tundra conditions to embrace your feet like a favorite, hearth-warmed blanket with thermal resistance down to a whopping -40F. As you sip the morning brew on the cabin patio, the recycled PET insulation closes in around your ankle to trap in long-lasting warmth for sensitive toes. And as the day's adventure gets underway on the snow-covered trails, the molded rubber outsole provides confident traction and resists the penetrating cold underfoot.
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