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0C114P3TFYR430 Guys’s targhee ii mid waterproof trekking boot

(6 customer reviews)

$143.70$146.77

  • a hundred% water-proof nubuck leather
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • heel measures approximately 1. 5″
  • water resistant: the eager dry water-proof, breathable membrane keeps your feet dry and comfy all day long by means of permitting vapor out with out letting water in; all leather-based is handled with a p. C-loose water repellant, so that you nevertheless get the equal safety without the damaging chemical compounds
  • traction  & guide: keen all-terrain rubber outsole gives high-traction grip in all environments; non-marking rubber outsoles leaves no trace when walking interior; the torsion stability outside support shank (ess) and mid-cut height adds ankle aid and balance; the contoured heel provides a subsequent-degree stability
  • support: the torsion balance external assist shank (ess) and mid-cut top provides ankle assist and balance on uneven surfaces; low-profile top for relaxed fit with padded tongue and collar; the contoured heel offers a next-degree balance
  • in shape & comfort: low-profile top for consolation and comfy match with padded tongue and collar; the metatomical footbed layout provides exceptional arch guide and cradles to the herbal contours of the foot; this fashion is going for walks a half length small; we advocate ordering a 1/2 length larger than your common length
  • care guidelines: we have carefully decided on leather-based uppers designed to last; but, in case you’re wearing your keens daily, they won’t continually be scuff and dust-loose; to treat day after day put on and tear we endorse the use of a common leather purifier and conditioner
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product description

here’s a water resistant trekking boot that gives four-wheel-power overall performance on your feet. It is designed to keep your ft dry and allow them to breathe, and the aggressive outsole bites into the terrain. The mid-reduce height provides ankle help.

the targhee mid ii from eager offers 4-wheel-power performance for your ft. The shoe is remodeled with the keen. Dry water-proof breathable membrane to preserve your feet dry and cozy. The competitive outsole has 4mm lugs to bite into the terrain, offering superb traction control. The ess shank affords torsional stability for a cozy journey, at the same time as the mid cut peak increases ankle support thru canyons and over mountaintops.

from beaches to mountains to metropolis streets, eager believes the outside is anywhere without a ceiling. Keen believes in residing a hybridlife, which means that being a part of a extra network this is full of people who create opportunities, play inside the outside and take care of the arena round them.

size_name

6, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 11.5 Wide, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

color_name

Black Olive/Yellow, Shitake/Brindle, Raven/Tortoise Shell, Slate Black/Flint Stone, Canteen/Dark Olive

6 reviews for 0C114P3TFYR430 Guys’s targhee ii mid waterproof trekking boot

  1. Amazon Customer

    This is my first set of Keens having used Merrell’s for the past few years. They are a heavier boot than anticipated but in general were still comfortable for daily use. The issue (and reason for 1 star) is that the right side of the sole almost completely separated from the upper after a little less than two months (Aug 6 – Sep 29). Even though I was outside of the return window Amazon sent a replacement pair which I received Oct 1. Upon reviewing the same seam you can see the adhesive is missing in spots and if you apply any inward pressure to the upper that the seam is going to separate again.After hearing so many good reviews on Keens (friends, family, websites) I expected a much higher quality boot only to be very thoroughly disappointed. Kudos to Amazon though on handling the situation!Read more

  2. Andy

    Well.. I got my boots in today. I was excited because I finally have some real hiking boots as I’ve always used my military boots and realized it was time to have a dedicated pair.Now, here’s the thing..I filed for an exchange as soon as I saw the boots and this is why.First off, I get that their hiking boots and that it’s a leather material so anything that touches it is going to scar it up. Unfortunately, the pair I got looks like someone got it, wore it for a bit, and then returned it. It’s as simple as that.The reason I think they were returned is because it was marked up with scratches and already looked like it was broken in already. Also, the sole doesn’t look like it’ll stay together for very long.It might just be me, and I get that this is Amazon and if something doesn’t fit right or doesn’t meet someone’s expectation, they return it.To be honest, I could keep them and call it a day, but the fact that I’m questioning them, especially for the price that I paid and the amount of stress that will potentially be put on them, I figure it would be best to be safe and not sorry.I added some pics of what I was talking about, so you can be the judge of whether I’m wasting my time exchanging them or not.Can’t wait to get the new pair and get them on the ground! I’ll update again when they come in.*Update*Got the second pair really fast!Only downside is that they were worse than the first pair…lol. look. I just want a new pair or a spot that doesn’t look like someone took them for a spin then decided they didn’t want them back.If you look at the second group of pics(I know they all look similar) the toe has what looks like hot glue on it and overall the shoes look dingy.If you buy these shoes, I’m sure they’re great. I’m just not happy that the couple pairs that I received both looked broken in and i can’t say this is neither Amazon’s or keens fault, it’s just my luck of the draw.My biggest disappointment is that I now have to return 2 pairs of these and I can’t even get a refund..only option was a Amazon gift card. I’m now not only going to have to head to REI or someplace equivalent (which is what I should’ve done in the first place), but I also won’t receive an actual refund for these..*Bottom line*If you decide on getting these, just expect that they most likely have been tried on and walked around or hiked in by other people which means the $130+ you pay for these may possibly be for second hands that might not look as nice as you hoped.Read more

  3. Mark Perry

    This is my second pair of these boots. I was very pleased with the first pair. The current pair has not done very well at all. I just purchased them in November and it is May (6 months) now and the bottoms are falling apart. I’m trying to get in touch with Keen to see if they will send me a pair of replacement boots. I think that I should get more than six months wear from a premium pair of boots. I would expect a cheap pair of boots from a discount store to wear out this quick but not a $100 + pair of boots. 😡Read more

  4. Eddy K.

    New boots fell apart before end of 8 day backpack trip. I was referred to Keen by a friend who has used Targhee II Mid Waterproof Hiking Boot for years. I spent approximately 16 hours on mild hiking trails to break these boots in for my trip. few days prior to trip I noticed the uppers were beginning to separate from the soles, so I bought some shoe cement to touch them up because I did not have time for an alternate pair. Before the end of the 8 day trip the uppers on one had ripped away exposing 3 inches of the inside of my boot and the other 3 sides of both pairs were about to tear as well. My backpack partners supposed waterproof Targhee II put him in a precarious situation of soaked feet in below freezing weather. I count recommend or trust this brand.Even worse – Keen replaced the boots and out of the box the seal between the uppers and soles are inconsistent and appear to be ready to start the Keen glue degeneration as soon as I put them to light use! I called and they were unwilling to refund monies so I could by a more reliable brand! Don’t have to be kicked by this mule twice to know to stay away :(Additionally, I’ve bought shoes for probably 45 years and their sizes did not come close to all the multitudes of shoes and brands I have purchased.There are other reviews similar – BEWARE!Read more

  5. Phillip

    This is my third pair of Keens in a row that have failed. Two sets of soles had glue failures and came off . On my current pair the shoe laces eyes broke. Keens customer service didn’t seem to care and wouldn’t help.I have had no other shoe failures during that time. I wouldn’t recommend Keen, thier priced like a quality product but built cheaply and don’t stand buy thier product.Read more

  6. Jonesy3000

    Seems like a pretty good boot. I have “duck feet” and typically wear size 12 or 13 Wide depending on the manufacturer. As Keen has a wide toe box, I don’t usually need to order wide’s. I’ve worn Keen Austin size 13 boot’s and shoes for years but needed to order a size 14 in the Targhee. I’d give it a 5 star except in my experience with 2 different Keen non Targhee boots they are not terribly durable and when they fail, it’s not telegraphed, they just fall apart and you have to limp to your car ASAP. I find Keen’s generally comfortable but do not trust them all that much.Read more

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