0C116E5V15Z807 Men’s targhee ii hiking shoe

(7 customer reviews)


  • one hundred% leather-based
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • water-resistant: keen. Dry a water-resistant, breathable membrane we could vapor out with out letting water in; durable water-resistant safety stands up to wet weather, and the lug outsole provides traction
  • traction: eager all-terrain rubber outsole affords excessive-traction grip in muddy environments and on rocky surfaces; non-marking rubber outsoles leaves no trace or imprints when strolling indoors
  • help & consolation: external balance shank offers light-weight help for progressed mobility and torsion manage on uneven surfaces; cushioned collar reduces irritation and discomfort round ankle; mesh lining allows keep toes cool in warmer environments
  • match & consolation: this inner assist mechanism is anatomically engineered to offer excellent arch assist and cradle the original form of the foot; this style runs a half of size small; we suggest ordering a half length large than your common size
  • care recommendations: to treat each day put on and tear, especially on lighter colour leathers, we suggest the use of a leather cleanser and conditioner, discovered at maximum shoes sellers and/or shoe restore stores
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product description

here is a waterproof hiking boot that gives 4-wheel-drive performance to your toes. It is designed to hold your toes dry and allow them to breathe, and the aggressive outsole bites into the terrain. The mid-reduce top adds ankle help. Weight:15. Four oz. / 436. 6 g.

from seashores to mountains to town streets, eager believes the outside is wherever with out a ceiling. Keen believes in residing a hybridlife, which means that being part of a extra community this is full of individuals who create possibilities, play inside the outside and care for the world round them.


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Cascade Brown/Golden Yellow, Gargoyle/Midnight Navy, Raven/Tawny Olive, Bungie Cord/Burnt Orange, Canteen/Dark Olive

7 reviews for 0C116E5V15Z807 Men’s targhee ii hiking shoe

  1. Raccoon Man

    Oh Keen where have you gone?!I have been purchasing Keen’s for years, this purchase is my 4th pair. And not because they are built poorly but because I wear them 40 to 50 hours a week walking on concrete. But something has happened to my beloved Keen, I think we can call it Globalization. When it came time to order my new pair I simply hit reorder on my previous order. Imagine my surprise when they arrived and I could not even get them on. I wear a size 13 and they were literally about a half inch shorter and super narrow. I held them up to my old shoes sole to sole and the toe did not even come close. So disappointed.Did some research and found that most Keens are now made in China, only a few are made back in Oregon. This may also explain why on a previous order the shoe lace loop broke the fist time I put them on, at least those pair were the proper size, but that was over 2 years ago.So I went ahead and returned them and ordered a size 14. They came today and they do fit, but they are extremely narrow. The whole point of the wide toe is to give a comfy fit, but these are so narrow that I am not sure I want to chance keeping them and having them not stretch out.I have heard horror stories about the sole being cut rate now as well, though that does not appear to be the case with these. Although they have changed the inner design of the shoe, arch support is still good but again much to narrow for a shoe that used to pride itself on its comfort.Amazon as usual was fantastic, but they do not appear to differentiate made in USA and made in China. REI will tell you which shoes from Keen are still made in the USA and which are not, plus they have a one year return no questions asked policy. So if you are afraid, like I am, that you may wear your shoes for a month or two to have them disintegrate you may want to check REI out. At least you can buy ones made in the USA.It’s sad but I may have to say goodbye to Keen.Read more

  2. S Monroy

    I’m very sad to leave such a poor review. I owned a pair of these before these ones for 14 months with every day usage. So much so that the soles wore in on my big toes. My feet are wider than a average person and Keens have been the only shoe that has been truly comfortable. These shoes have great for arch support as well. I’ve owned this pair for 3 months with every day usage and part of the treads are separating from the bottom of the shoe. Something that really shouldn’t be happening on a $100 shoe. I’m probably just going to super glue it back on. Maybe I got a lemon?Read more

  3. M&M

    Bought this pair in July, no complaint about size, fit, color, and style. I wore them everyday for a month to break in, then put them aside. Brought them to Nepal for my Annapurna Base Camp trek in October. This trek is relatively easy, no climbing, no extreme terrain, dry weather, and yet, the sole became unglued from both sides, both shoes on the first day of an 11 day hike. Luckily I also brought with me some plastic glue and glued it back whenever they came apart. This meant I had to walk gingerly, limping on some sections for 8 hr a day, terrified that they would fall apart. Note that I was walk days away from civilization, without any way to replace or properly repair them. The pair had to be re-glued every night. Had it not for my cheap flip flop, I’d have to walk bare foot on the last day back to town. Keen need better quality control. Sad and angry.Read more

  4. D. Reich

    Like other reviewers here, I have been a long time devotee of Keen. I’ve had probably a half dozen pairs or so over the years. I’ve loved the heck out of them… until now. I just ordered a pair of the Targhee IIs (like the last 3 pairs I’ve had) and they are totally different in fit, feel, and construction. And of course, they’re not made in Oregon anymore, but now they’re made in Thailand. I have wide feet and have always had a great fit with these, now they’re almost a size too small, and far, far too narrow. Horribly uncomfortable whereas before I could put them on out of the box and be good to go. I’m so, so sorry to see Keen lose the quality and fit they used to have when they were made here. I guess it’s time to move on, and begin my search for a new brand. These are going back.Read more

  5. Amazon Customer

    I am sad to say. I am extremely disappointed in this product. I purchased these with high hopes as I was recovering from back surgery and they were recommended. Bought them in August. By mid October the shoes were literally falling apart. The bottom and sides were literally peeling apart. I had to stop using them in November. You can clearly see that there is minimal wear on them and they are falling apart. I will contact the company regarding this. I have never seen this before and I feel like my money was taken from me and a subpar product was received. If I wanted shoes like this, I’m sure I could have found some from Walmart for $30. Buyer beware!Read more

  6. dianhouzi

    Very disappointed in Keen – they used to me my go-to shoe for pretty much everything. Less than 6 months with this pair and the soles started falling off, not just peeling around the edges, but complete separation – the photo was taken at around the 7-8 month point, at which point I just couldn’t use them anymore. I used them to go to the office and the occasional trail walk but nothing serious. My previous pair is worn but still going strong as a work shoe. No idea what happened to this company, but I’m not going to risk buying their products again.Read more

  7. Richard L McKinney

    I have been wearing Keens for years. Started with a pair of Newport sandals and expanded from there. I have a pair of their work boots as well. I bought this pair of Targhees in March of 2017 as a replacement for a similar pair that I had for many years and just plain wore out. I mostly use these shoes for walking, not strenuous, just for leisure. Perfect fit, great shoe…. until the black tread part of the sole began to detach from the shoe. The upper part of the shoe looks great and has many years of life left. But the black sole is definitely coming off. I contacted Keen but they coldly informed me that they only warranty for one year. I just ordered some barge cement (Keen’s suggestion) from Amazon and hope I can repair them myself. Maybe I shouldn’t expect shoes to last more than a year but I do. Especially at these prices. Buyer beware -apparently Keens aren’t what they used to be.Read more

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