KEEN Women’s Targhee II Mid WP Hiking Boot,Gargoyle/Caribbean Sea,8 M US

July 25, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $94.38Amazon.com Price
(as of April 7, 2020 01:26 GMT+0200 - Details)

Here’s a waterproof hiking boot that offers four-wheel-drive performance for your feet. It’s designed to keep your feet dry and let them breathe, and the aggressive outsole bites into the terrain. The mid-cut height adds ankle support.

Product Features

  • KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable membrane^Removable dual-density EVA foam footbed^Torsion stability ESS shank^Compression-molded EVA foam midsole^Waterproof leather

Comments

Amy says:

These boots deserve all the rave that’s on here! These hiking boots seem to be the most popular on the trail. My very first pair of hiking boots were Ecco Biom Terrain boots because I had received a gift card so I didn’t have much choice. Those were good boots but I realized a few hikes in that you really need to size up on hiking boots because your feet swell. Because of this, my Ecco boots are too small. My boyfriend owns a pair of Keen Targhee II’s and he really likes them, so I thought I would give it a try. These boots are great! Really…

Brett R. Berman says:

Best hiking boots out of a group of 16 people I recently returned from a trip to Peru where I hiked the Inca Trail in the middle of rainy season. I initially googled the best waterproof hiking shoes and these didn’t make the cut, but they were in my price range and I went for it anyway. As expected, it rained at least a little each day and my feet stayed dry for the entire four days and three nights on the trail. I can’t say the same for my fellow hikers. One woman actually bought Salomon hiking boots, which were rated #1, and she was…

blank MRSO says:

The Reviews are True: No Need to Break-in. I purchased these for a 3 day backpacking trip. I typically wear hiking shoes, however, the terrain we were to be hiking this year was listed as “rugged” and “very difficult” as it was comprised of rock, rocky inclines, long stretches of cratered-rock (that seemed to resemble the surface of the moon), some mild rock climbing, and the presence of venomous snakes. All the reviews of the trail encouraged one to wear hiking boots. I was a little late in committing to hiking…

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