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Keen Newport H2 Sandals - Women\'s

MAGNET/HOT CORAL

    Keen Newport H2 Sandals - Women's

    Now made with nylon webbing, the all-terrain Keen Newport H2 Sandals provide protection, function and freedom for your feet.

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    Item # 707627

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    • Nylon webbing uppers are lined with hydrophobic foam for comfort and fit, and are lighter than the original leather model
    • Strappy uppers are laced with elastic cord and secure with quicklocks; 3M® reflective pull loops for easy on and off
    • Patented toe guards protect feet for hiking, biking and more
    • EVA midsoles provide cushioning while Clarino™ Serdia™ antimicrobial footbeds help keep foot odor under control
    • Non-marking carbon-rubber outsoles offer long-lasting durability; knife-cut siping delivers reliable traction on wet surfaces
    • Fit tip: runs about a 1/2 size small

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    Keen Newport H2 Sandals - Women's Specs
    Specification
    Description
    Best use
    Watersports
    Single-pull lace
    Nylon webbing/neoprene
    Polyester
    EVA
    Carbon rubber
    Closed toe
    1 lb. 6 oz.
    Women's
    Footwear closure
    Upper
    Topsole
    Midsole
    Outsole
    Toe coverage
    Average footwear weight (pair)
    Gender

    Keen Newport H2 Sandals - Women's

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    Rated 4.4856/5 based on 208 reviews
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromI honestly don't like these sandals I know most people loves these shoes...but I don't. I've had a pair for over a year now and I think I've worn them 10 times at most and each time they hurt my feet. I have wide feet with flat arches and they feel narrow, the toe box rubs my big toes in a not very comfortable way that causes my toe nails to actually hurt and getting them on and off is not the easiest thing to do. I really wanted to love them because my kids love theirs, my family members love theirs...but I don't love mine. I'm sticking with Ahnu's which are a much better fit for me.
    Date published: 2007-09-11
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromFootbed leads to callous under big toe I have had three pairs of Keen shoes. I have WANTED them to fit me well as they cost a lot of money. They ARE nice and wide in the footbed and are quality made. HOWEVER...the footbed is not good for my feet...My big toe gets a callous build up from these as well as the "Mary Jane" style. I also developed severe Achilles tendonitis after using Keen walking shoes for two years so that I couldn't walk more than five minutes without significant pain. I switched to a Teva walking shoe and the problem is largely resolved and I can walk an hour a day now again. Also, again though they LOOK like they should be utterly comfortable, the reality is that my feet get tired from walking in them. I don't know if it is the insole or the material, but they don't support my feet well for some reason as the Teva's or the Vasque shoes have.
    Date published: 2010-05-31
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromGreat shoe ruined by lousy construction My husband, son and I all purchased this sandal for a river trip through the Grand Canyon. I love the footbed and toe protection- excellent features for hiking, and a big plus since we spent as much time scrambling up trails as we did in the water. However, we were all very disappointed when the stitching on all 3 pairs began to unravel on only the 4th day. We had barely worn these prior to our trip. The thread that was used was very light weight and totally inappropriate and unable to bear the stress of regular hiking. I mean really - 4 days into a trip? These failures could have had a very negative impact on our trip. Good thing the river guides had an awl - we had to sew our sandals back together.
    Date published: 2011-06-27
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromNot a fan At first I really liked these, but after wearing them a few times, I realized that they were annoying to get on and off, that rocks and dirt would get in them easily and not come out unless I took the whole shoe off (which, like I said, was a pain), and that they hit my little toe in such a way that I'm always afraid they're going to hit the toenail wrong and bend it back. So, they're going back. Bummer. I love Keens, but this is the second pair of shoes from them that I haven't liked much.
    Date published: 2011-08-07
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromToo hard to put shoe on. Opening small Good, solid shoe, but opening for putting shoe on is way too small. Quite difficult to put the shoes on. Perhaps my pair is defective. I'd tell a friend the shoe is good but to be wary of buying the shoes if they are hard to put on. I thought the opening would loosen up with time, but several weeks later, it is still small and tight.
    Date published: 2012-03-23
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromcomfortable but not durable First I need to say that I am really commenting on the men's shoe, but that is no longer available through REI. I had no complaints at first, they have great traction, are easy to put on or take off. But by 7 months they started falling apart, stichting coming loose, and this has been progressive. For three or four of those months I was in tropical climates in wet season, so they did get a fair amount of use, but the majority of the time I was wearing sandals and I never was on a long hike (short hikes, walking in streets in heavy rain, river rafting and canoeing) Perhaps they would have done better in a dry climate where they would have had a chance to dry out more rapidly.
    Date published: 2012-08-29
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromDifficult to put on I wanted a sturdy waterproof hiking sandal. They do have good traction and I can wade streams; but putting them on is nearly impossible. When wading they fill with sand and rocks which means they have to be removed frequently and then put on again, which takes awile. Truly wish I had not purchased them.
    Date published: 2012-05-25
    Rated 3out of5
    by fromGreat but does it stack up to competitor The Keen is a good shoe - but I find myself NOT choosing to wear them. I bought them about a year ago and have only worn them a few times. When I am grabbing a travel/hiking/adventure shoe, I continue to grab the Chaco Z/2. My feet tend to get hot and sweaty in the Keen, and if you are in water or loose dirt of any kind, you'll get a rock in the keen, and getting it out is obnoxious - You have to stop what you're doing and fish the sucker out. I work as a river guide in the summers, and simply couldn't handle the hot and rock-holding keen. Whether hiking, rafting, traveling, etc - I would ALWAYS choose the Chaco over the Keen. If you're just doing pavement pounding maybe they'll be a good fit - that is if you don't mind sliding sweaty feet. The keen is a good shoe - I can't fault it that - but it seems that there are simply better options for the same price range. Happy adventures :)
    Date published: 2008-04-24

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