KEEN Targhee III Waterproof Leather Wide Hiking Shoe - Men's

KEEN Targhee III Waterproof Leather Wide Hiking Shoe - Men's
KEEN Targhee III Waterproof Leather Wide Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Targhee III Waterproof Leather Wide Hiking Shoe - Men's by KEEN
From sloppy days on muddy trails to long and sunny ridgeline walks, the Keen Targhee III Waterproof Leather Hiking Shoe is there with the weather protection, stability, and performance you need in an everyday hiking shoe. A Keen. Dry membrane keeps your toes dry when sunny day hikes turn into rain forest expeditions, and an all-terrain outsole with 4mm lugs provides traction on slippery trails and steep surfaces alike. For underfoot comfort and support you've got an anatomically-designed footbed, a cushioned EVA midsole, and a built-in shank keeping you going when long mileage threatens to take its toll on weary feet. The leather mud shield keeps mud away from areas it might sneak in, a rubber toe bumper keeps your forefoot protected from unexpected stubs, and Cleansport NXT odor control technology fights the funk to keep your shoes smelling fresh.

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