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Keen Oakridge Mid WP Mens Hiking Boots

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Product code: 95288

Rated 4 stars (4 reviews)

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Leather
Leather is a durable and hardwearing but also an elegant and flexible material. It is a natural product, so it breathes which means it is extremely comfortable footwear. It can be moulded, split, shaped and finished into numerous textures and patterns.
Keen.Dry
Keen.Dry is a proprietary waterproof, breathable membrane that lets moisture out without letting water in so keeping your feet dry from rain and snow while letting moist damp air escape from the boots or shoes.
Keen Metatomical Footbed
Metatomical Footbed Design is an internal support mechanism that is anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and cradle the natural contours of the foot for extra comfort.

Activity Walking
Colour Grey

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  • Overall rating

    Rated 5 stars

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    Rated 5 stars

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    Rated 5 stars

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    Rated 5 stars

    22nd May 2017. said:

    This is the third pair of Keen hiking boots I have owned. Both previous pairs were very good with comfort and support from Day 1 being the main feature. This new pair is no exception. They fit like a glove and have the right mix of support and flexibility to ensure happy feet for extended, moderate level hikes.

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    Rated 4 stars

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    Rated 4 stars

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    Rated 4 stars

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    Rated 4 stars

    27th June 2017. said:

    Good quality waterproof shoes. Love the feel and the fit. It would be even better if the seal between the sole and the actual boot has stitching. I have concern that the seal might break due to usage.

  • Overall rating

    Rated 4 stars

    Quality

    Rated 4 stars

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    Rated 4 stars

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    Rated 4 stars

    27th June 2017. said:

    Good quality waterproof shoes. Love the feel and the fit. It would be even better if the seal between the sole and the actual boot has stitching. I have concern that the seal might break due to usage.

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    Rated 3 stars

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    Rated 5 stars

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    Rated 2 stars

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    Rated 2 stars

    7th November 2018. said:

    I have worn Kean boots for a few years now and have found them excellent. The reason I select them is that they are wide with a high instep as I have a bad problem with bunions and am also inward pronating meaning I need to have an orthotic insert to correct this. The Kean boots are one of the few that allow for me to walk comfortably even though it does mean I have to select a size higher than my normal one. The Oakridge seems to be an excllent boot but I must admit to being disappointed in that the width of the boot does not agree with the Kean standard I am used to. This means I am having to wear them intermittently with the hope they will stretch so as I do not suffer bunion pain after a long walk [especially on hills]. I am planning a 5 week walking trip in the English Lake District early next year so I hope they have bedded in by then. I must admit that I assumed all Kean boots would be of similar design and they certainly looked similar to my present boots in the photographs. I stress that this is not a criticism of Kean boots which I find excellent but just a stress of the pitfalls of buying a boot style over the internet. If the 'stretch' does not work I will have to purchase another pair of Keans which have the width I need. Best wishes Ron