KEEN Targhee Vent Hiking Shoe - Women's

KEEN Targhee Vent Hiking Shoe - Women's
KEEN Targhee Vent Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Targhee Vent Hiking Shoe - Women's by KEEN
Whether in the dry air of the desert or the humidity of the Appalachian range, the heat on a hike can be a real buzzkill. Keep cool in the Keen Women's Targhee Vent Hiking Shoe, which provides plenty of airflow without sacrificing protection and support. Its leather upper has mesh vents to allow perspiration to escape, and the mesh lining increases breathability for your entire foot. Traction from the All-Terrain outsole and the multi-directional lugs lets you confidently ascend or descend on varied trail conditions. As you hike, the EVA midsole and footbed absorb the impact and disperse it to reduce your fatigue, so you can crush miles and see more before you need to rest. Keen added a CleanSport NXT treatment to help reduce odors, so you can forget your shoes in the car without it smelling like your middle school gym locker when you get in next.

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SKU: KEN00FZ
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