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Gear Details: Boots

Pyrenees

Manufacturer: KEEN Inc

SKU: 5227

Product Details:
Product Year2010
Usage:Trail: These are primarily low-cut or mid-cut hikers with more sole rigidity and traction than a typical running or walking shoe.
Height:midcut
Sole Construction:cemented, glued
Upper:Nubuck leather
Membrane:Proprietary waterproof/breathable
Lining:
Sizing
Narrow Medium Wide Weight Price
Men's Whole Sizes - - - 0
Men's Half Sizes - - -    
Women's Sizes 5 - 11 0, 12.3
1. 4mm multi-directional traction lugs 2. KEEN.Dry waterproof breathable membrane 3. Removable metatomical footbed 4. S3 heel support structure 5. Torsion stability ESS shank

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comfortable, pretty good if the weather is good. Not foul weather gear, not water resistant at all and the sole is horrible, the minute you step on wet rocks it's like stepping on ice. Not a very good boot if your coming down a very steep rocky trail.
Posted by Tei McIntyre, Jun 14, 2011 Star Star

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