KEEN Targhee II Mid Wide Hiking Boot - Men's

KEEN Targhee II Mid Wide Hiking Boot - Men's
KEEN Targhee II Mid Wide Hiking Boot - Men's
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Targhee II Mid Wide Hiking Boot - Men's by KEEN
The Men's Wide Targhee II Mid Hiking Boot is Keen's ultimate day hiker for tough trails and rainy days. A Keen. Dry membrane gives the Targhee II reliable waterproof breathable protection, and the nubuck leather upper stays durable through bushwhacks and rocks. Four layers of cushy EVA ready you for the long haul, and you can remove two of the layers for convenience. Keen added an ESS shank for torsion stability, a contoured heel lock for adjustable ankle support, and non-marking rubber at the sole with multi-directional lugs for grippy traction.

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SKU: KEN006N
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