The Keen Men's Voyageur Hiking Shoes are jeeps for your feet. The Voyageurs love dropping into low gear for gnarly terrain, and mesh windows let their passengers breathe on warm summer days. Aggressive four-millimeter outsole lugs grip rock, sand, mud, and scree. Dual-density EVA midsoles make the ride plush. These Keen shoes don't need roll bars, but the S3 Heel Support Structures help prevent your ankles from rolling, and ESS shanks provide torsional stability on uneven terrain. Bumpers on the Voyageurs protect the occupants' toes from ouch-inducing hazards.
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