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  • Leather uppers with polyester mesh ventilation windows offer durability, flexibility and breathability for comfort on the go
  • Synthetic linings wick moisture away from your feet and dry quickly to keep feet comfortable and dry
  • Secure-fit lace capture system with sturdy leather eyelets and heel wrap help lock feet to footbeds for increased support
  • Webbing pull loops at heel and tongue allow easy entry/exit; padded, gusseted tongues keep out debris and moisture while relieving lace pressure
  • Patented rubber toe bumpers protect feet and uppers from bumps and abrasion
  • Removable Metatomical EVA footbeds are custom shaped to provide ample cushioning and arch support; can also accommodate orthotics
  • Compression-molded EVA midsoles offer shock-absorption and padding for all-day comfort
  • Supportive ESS plastic shanks provide torsional stability and protection from uneven and rocky terrain
  • S3 (shock, suspension, stability) heel support structure supports the feet on impact, dissipates shock and reduces the chance of twisting an ankle
  • Nonmarking carbon rubber outsoles with aggressive 4mm multidirectional lugs for long-wearing durability and superb terrain bite
  • Fit tip: runs true to size


View all KEEN Women's Day Hiking Boots

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Best Use Hiking
Footwear Height Over-the-ankle
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Upper Leather/polyester mesh
Lining Synthetic
Midsole EVA
Support Plastic shank
Outsole Rubber
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 1 lb. 11.5 oz.
Gender Women's

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Comfortable but not durable I went through 3 pairs of these boots in 3 years. I kept getting them because they were so comfortable! They are lightweight and kept cool in the summer with enough support to carry 30lb packs. The toe box was generous and comfortable hiking downhill. I wore them for three field seasons, hiking at weird angles, scrambling across logs and rocks. However, at the end of each season, the tread on the bottom would peel away from the foam. I accepted it because I was using them unconventionally, but I got frustrated by the 3rd year. I replaced them with Vasque boots for more durability, but I miss the breathability and lightweight support of these Keen boots.
Date published: 2017-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These boots are my Achilles heel I was thrilled with my new Keen hiking boots and kept telling my companions on the uphill portion of our hike that these were the most comfortable boots I'd ever worn. There wasn't even a hint of blisters forming on my heels. But when we started our descent, I immediately begin to feel rubbing against my Achilles tendons at the top of the boot. I've never had blisters in such a strange spot before. My socks were literally bloody at the end of the hike, despite using bandaids. I've since bought some thicker socks and will try these with a layer of moleskin, but I'm worried that my boots won't fit as well anymore. These are fantastic boots otherwise.
Date published: 2010-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Fit and Stability for Off-trail These boots provide great support without feeling constrictive, even on the first wear. I take them off trail in the woods of Virginia when I conduct biological surveys and can trust them in rocky, wet, or normal conditions. The lacing is well-designed, so they stay tied when you're wearing them, but loosen in a second when you want them off. No struggling to get the laces loose when all you want to do is take your shoes off! I'd recommend them for that feature alone, but truthfully, these hiking boots are just about perfect across the board! They may not be waterproof, but they dry very quickly when wet.
Date published: 2010-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Who am I kidding? I bought a pair of shoes of a different brand to see if they were anything comparable to the Voyageurs I've had for about a year now and oh, do I feel stupid doing so. Keen's toeboxes provide more than enough room for my wide feet, yet, they feel so snug and comfy towards the heel and ankles. My last two toes do get sore after descents but that's most likely due to improper sizing and jamming my toes. This boot has outstanding cushioning (I did put in some gel insoles), stability and toe protection. It feels like you're walking on marshmallows! Don't think twice, buy these shoes!
Date published: 2015-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stability and Wide Foot base These boots were great for Hiking the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. We did them all and hiked a minimum of 6 miles/day. These offered great stability and felt really comfortable all day. Love them and will wear them for local hiking in the NC mountains soon. As a side note, I also bought the shorter boot and compared the two around the house. The higher boot really offered much more support for my ankles and I am gflad that I kept this higher boot.
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hiking on Clouds I tried on virtually every boot for a perfect fit. This boot gives me great ankle support, arch support, and also comfort while scrambling boulders both up and downward. It has excellant traction! We also crossed streams and lakes in them (without my socks) and they dried quickly. I never got hot spots, and do up to 10 miles a day on some steep grades and in rough wilderness terrain.I love the colors!The hooks at the top of the lacing have not held the laces everytime, so a few stops to retie the boots have been my only minor complaint. My shoe inserts fit well,the boot accomodates my thick hiking socks,and I like the roomy toe area. No regrests.I wish, as we approach wet weather that they were waterproof, but I'm giving them a try anyway! I love my boots!
Date published: 2009-10-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great fit, comfort first time out Bought these to trek Mont Blanc this summer. Tried on about a dozen pairs before settling on these Keens. Loved them from the first time out training for the trek. Comfort is phenomenal and not a single hot spot after the first 5 miles worn. My only issue was a slight lack of arch support and cushioning, but I have a titanium plate and seven screws in my ankle from a 15 year old fracture so I'm more concerned with arch support and pronation control than the average person with healthy ankles. A good orthotic will solve my problem so I still rate these 4 stars.
Date published: 2014-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Most Favorite Hiking Boots I have two other pairs of hiking boots ... A very old pair of Reichle and a new pair of Merrell. I've tried numerous times to wear them hiking in the Sierra Nevada mountains, around Lake Tahoe trails and the Desolation wilderness. Each and every time I've come home with enormous blisters - Sometimes even overlapping. I've tried different socks with no improvement. I spent some time talking with the sales clerk at our local REI store and she helped me find the best pair of boots for my feet and my needs. Turns out waterproof boots don't allow moisture to escape, so my feet were swimming in moisture and that's why I was getting blisters. These boots are FANTASTIC! The very first time I wore them was on a very rocky trail which included climbing on large slabs of granite in open sun. My feet were bone dry when we stopped for our lunch break and also at the end of the hike. I will definitely be buying another pair as a back up, but even after I've worn them on many more hikes they are showing no signs of wear. WELL worth the money, in my opinion!
Date published: 2013-08-29
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I'm going on safari in South Africa. I know boots with ankle support are recommended. Would these be a good option?

Asked by: Selica1
The Voyageur Mid Hiking Boots are a fine choice for a South African safari.​
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-06

I need a hiking shoe with a wider toe box due to a bunion on one foot. My heel is a regular B or medium. What do you recommend?

Asked by: herekittyohio
​These boots are known to have a wider toe box and an average heel width.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-14

i'm looking for boots i can wade through water in - and still hike. was told to avoid 'waterproof' shoes as the water would just get trapped inside. can anyone tell me if these drain well? and if not, any other suggestions? (thanks!)

Asked by: ekinca
These mid hiking boots will drain through the side mesh panels.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-10
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