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Men’s newport h2 sandal

(7 customer reviews)

$112.28$116.57

  • made inside the u. S. A. And imported
  • washer-friendly polyester webbing
  • made in the u. S. A. And imported
  • non-marking rubber outsole with razor siping sole
  • platform measures about 1. Five
  • metatomical eva footbed, multi directional lug pattern for expanded traction
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product description

consolation meets predominant versatility on this classic water shoe. It has the airiness of a sandal and the toe safety of a shoe. The razor-sipped sole affords first rate traction, and the cleanable webbing upper is prepared for trekking, walking. Fit tip: this style is jogging a half of length small. We advocate ordering a half length large than your traditional size. Thermoplastic polyurethane balance shank. Care-use a small quantity of detergent, wash on mild cycle and air dry. % unfastened substances. Eager merchandise are consciously created the usage of a natural, pesticide-free probiotic-based totally generation referred to as eco anti-odor for breaking down odor in sweat, %-loose water repellent (in applicable styles) and leather sourced from leather-based running institution (lwg)-certified tanneries.

order up some journey with a facet of water inside the newport h2 from eager. Prepared for detrimental conditions, the razor sipped outsole and 3mm lugs provide notable traction. The washer-friendly polyester webbing top capabilities the smell-decreasing aegis microbe protect. Keen patented toe protection helps you to observe any path, whether or not to rivers or trails.

from beaches to mountains to town streets, keen believes the outdoors is wherever without a ceiling. Eager believes in living a hybridlife, which means that being a part of a greater network that is full of folks who create opportunities, play in the outdoors and care for the world round them.

size_name

Men's Size 9.5, Medium Width, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

color_name

Navy/Medium Grey, India Ink/Rust, Magnet/Nasturtium, Raven/Aluminum, Black/Steel Grey, Brindle/Canteen, Brown, Brown Sugar/Multi, Gargoyle/Neutral Gray, Green, Navy/Gold Flame, Navy/Red, Grey/Magnet, Black/Black, Black/Lime Punch, Face, Black/Multi, Olive/Black, Aztec, Black Olive/Bombay Brown, Dark Shadow/Bombay Brown, Gargoyle/Bossa Nova, Loden/Black, Burnt Henna/Dark Shadow, Bossa Nova/Gargoyle, Raven/Comfry, Black/Stone Grey, Brindle/Sunset, Bison, Multi

7 reviews for Men’s newport h2 sandal

  1. Chris H.

    I discovered these sandals on the feet of some friends who I know to research everything, so I wanted to believe. I bought myself a pair ($100 plus, forget exactly) last November 21, 2014. They fit and looked great for about 3 months…then the stitching started to fall apart on one shoe. A month later, the stitching on the other side began to unravel. The sides of both shoes have now completely separated and it’s too late for Amazon to take them back. If someone from Keen is reading, I’d be interested to know if my experience is something of which you already knew. Read more

  2. Hobo Eddy

    I have owned at least 6 pairs of these, even though they are just plain flimsy. Why? For one thing, I have neuromas of the foot and these, with their roomy toebox and excellent insole, are the most comfortable. For another, no other shoe I have owned has better traction on wet rock, far better than hiking boots with their lug soles. So, of course, Keen makes the Arroyo, which abandons the watershoe sole of the Newport for the same old crappy lugs of hiking boots. But the bad part is the STITCHING, which seems to have been done with OOOO sutures. The bosses on the sides begin to separate nearly immediately. Glue and staples can prolong life a little. The leather Newports don’t have these bosses, but sometimes the sole, itself, collapses internally. The vast majority of buyers just love these sandals! Why? Cuz they seldom get off their butts and really hike!! Read more

  3. amazonymous

    Bought these as a gift for my husband who loves his Keen hiking boots so much that he bought a back-up pair of Keen boots. This is saying a lot because he’s a forester, is in some kind of boot most of the time, and has tried them all. He has hard feet to size footwear for, as they’re wide and also flat. Since this Keen brand seemed to work so well for him, I ordered 2 variations of these sandals (as well as 2 sizes of each) as a bday gift, so he’d be able to choose the best fit. The other Keen sandal I ordered was the original Keen sandal. I thought the older original and sized up would probably be the best fit for him best based on reviews I’d read, but it was these lighter lower profile sandals in his actual size (not the sized up pair) that fit him spot on!. A perfect match! And, with their lighter design, they looked way better on him than the heavier Keens. So happy these worked out — they look great (not too hulkish), and he loves them! A Plus is that these sandals ventilate well, and also cover up his bruised up toenails that he gets from year round field work on steep terrain in cleated hiking boots. Read more

  4. AmazonJon

    I love these sandals. I wear them hiking and kayaking in the Colorado Rockies; I’ve also taken them to Costa Rica and Panama, where they really excel in the outdoors. I even wear them casually in the suburbs while I walk my dogs. I played a game of impromptu pickup basketball once as well. They are good for myriad situations! If I’m not mistaken, the hard rubber soles are made by Vibram (even though this doesn’t seem to be marketed by Keen explicitly)… They are virtually indestructible. I’ve walked over hundreds of miles of sharp mountain rocks and the soles barely show any wear. I’ve had a few pairs of this model over the past decade, and have always been satisfied. The only derogatory thing I could say: They do tend to be weakest in the stitching near the heel. I know how to sew and I often remedy this before it becomes an issue; nonetheless, that is a point worth mentioning. In my estimation, if this product is going to fail, it’s going to happen somewhere on the stitching. If you wash these in the washing machine with the old-fashioned agitators, be sure to use a gentle cycle! Read more

  5. Matthew

    2016/2017 I like them, but they don’t last. 3 Pairs fell apart within months. The first (black) pair the footbed glue came loose and rear anchors pulled out within 3 weeks of purchase. Keen Service was painfully slow, but after a month or so they provided a coupon to purchase a new pair on their website. Meanwhile, purchased a second pair, b/c I needed shoes. This amazon purchase was the second pair, and this time after 11 months of partial wearing (b/c I now have 2 pair) the footbed has come unglued and the rear anchor has pulled out again. The warranty replacement pair has also broken down as the stitching has fallen apart around the rear anchors and so the strap support is failing and quickly falling to pieces after maybe half a year. It’s a shame, they fit great, worked really well otherwise. I’ll add that the ‘odor’ function doesn’t work too well…BUT if you scrub the bed real good with a brush, soap and water…the smell goes away..so maybe the odor function does work? Read more

  6. Randall Carter

    I generally love Keens, I think I have about 5 pairs of other Keen shoes in circulation. I’ve rarely worn these and the threading is already coming apart. I’ve asked to have them fixed or replaced, and my purchase is out of the return window. I will certainly think twice about buying another pair of these Keen shoes. Really disappointed. If Keen is able to help, I’d appreciate it! Read more

  7. zack

    i don’t know what has happened to keen. i’ve been wearing their sandals since 2006 and this latest pair i ordered was complete junk. they fit way too tight and were very stiff. this is my fourth pair of keen newports in the same size, so i know exactly how they should fit. these were just wrong. i should also note, my first pair of keens lasted about eight years and were amazing. they saw many destinations around the world. i retired them when the sole started separating in the back. my second pair only lasted a couple years and the sole of both completely delaminated and fell apart. even though the construction was seemingly on a downward trend, i ordered this replacement pair. i returned them immediately. if you still want keen sandals, consider trying their american made versions. i ended up with the rialto sandals. they don’t fit quite as wide as my old newports, but they don’t squeeze my feet or prevent splay either. the different feel took some getting used to, but they are much higher quality overall. they do have an insole that soaks up water and squishes as you walk, but it’s not terrible and they still dry faster than a pair of shoes would. Read more

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