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  • Leather uppers with polyester mesh ventilation windows offer durability, flexibility and breathability for comfort on the go
  • Polyester 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

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Specs

Best Use Hiking
Footwear Height Ankle
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Upper Leather/polyester mesh
Lining Polyester
Midsole EVA
Support Nylon shank
Outsole Rubber
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 1 lb. 14 oz.
Gender Men's

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not so much! I walk/hike more than 70,000 steps a week (~40 miles a week)over paved roads/trails, dirt/gravel roads and trails, and cross-country unimproved trails. Typically I do at least one long hike a week (20,000 plus steps on very rough unimproved trails). I purchased these shoes several weeks ago to replace a set of merrells that I wore out. Unfortunately, after about 5 miles in these shoes, my feet hurt, and the front seam where the tongue meets the shoe starts to chafe my foot just behind my toes. I had hoped that they would break-in, but so far no such luck. While these shoes are fine for hikes of less than 5 miles, they are definately not for long walks/hikes.
Date published: 2013-05-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Keen Voyageur Cross-Training Shoes After second outing on the AT (combined total of about 10 hours hiking), the dark rubber part of the soles (someone else called "bear claws") peeled away from the shoe. I was ticked. Bought Shoe Goo to reattach, but if anything else comes apart over next few outings, these shoes go back to REI. The square toe is perfect for my big feet (15), but I do get a sense of a high center of gravity in them as I torqued my ankle several times. I think the heel base should be wider to add stability - just my opinion. Handsome shoe, yes, but now that I have read the reviews, I probably would have avoided this shoe had I not been in a rush to find a good fit.
Date published: 2010-04-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great for wide feet, but quality has slipped This is the third pair of these I have had in as many years. I like the Keen's because they are durable, breathe relatively well, and most of all because they fit my wider feet well. Not sure what happened with this years run, but the quality is lacking. I walk on rocky/gravely terrain 7 days per week, though not really all that far. I found that the sole seems to have lost it's cushion, and the top part of the heal cup's fabric and cushioning have worn through...and that was after just 4 months. I got rid of the last pair simple because I wore them out after a year of hard use. Pretty disappointed with this latest production run.
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like them I don't know why they are called cross training, but then in the discription called hiking shoe. They are certainly a capable backpacking and hiking shoe. I just completed a 2 day backpacking trip for 15 miles in the Yosemite area and they are very comfortable, roomy and stable. They are also much cooler than my pair of Goretex hiking boots. The only problem I had is the lace pressure on the top of my left foot. After the first day of hiking it felt as it was hit with a hammer. Now I make sure and lace it very loose, but surprisingly my foot is still very secure and stable in the shoe. Hopefully this will get better after they break in.
Date published: 2008-06-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Used to be a good product I commute 3 mi. per day by walking. My first pair of these lasted 9 months and were ok shoes. The rubber sole wore out first and everything else was pretty good. This is pretty typical given the walking I do. My second pair lasted less than 2 months. The foam under the heel packed out quickly, but worse, the sole started separating from the shoe. This separation grew larger and larger. I exchanged it for another pair which lasted 2 weeks. Exact same problem. I was extremely disappointed.
Date published: 2013-02-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Big toe box On my third pair, fourth probably coming soon. I never had the catastrophic instant delamination that others have reported. An earlier pair did start to delaminate...after one year of every day wear. These shoes use an EVA midsole, which is inherently less durable than the superior, but heavier, PU midsoles on more expensive shoes and boots. After about 3-4 months of everyday wear, you will notice that the EVA midsole has begun to collapse in the areas where your weight falls...ball and heel. This gives them a slightly lumpy feel underfoot for the remainder of their life.
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sole Came Off after 3 Weeks When these arrived I was suspicious; the lower quality, compared to similar Keen shoes that I bought just 2 years was obvious. 3 weeks later, when the entire sole came off, after normal walking and gardening, it was really obvious.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Balance Support This is my third pair of Keen shoes and I am very satisfied with all three. The Voyageur is my first pair of low cut hikers, as I was looking for something cooler for the summer. So far, they have served me well, whether walking the dog or venturing off to the local nature preserve for a day hike. They promote a natural toe/heal strike, and prevent ankle roll. Having had 3 back surgeries, these shoes provide a stable and comfortable platform that makes standing for long periods without pain possible. I highly recommend them. Just be sure that you go up at least one half size when purchasing, especially if you have a wide fore foot.
Date published: 2012-07-19
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I looked at this shoe today in the Boise REI. I need a wide shoe and the salesperson told me I could order a wide on the website. I'm not seeing that option here though. Can I get this shoe in a wide?

Asked by: MasonJarr
We do not carry the Voyageur Hiking Shoes in wide widths.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-27
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not so much! I walk/hike more than 70,000 steps a week (~40 miles a week)over paved roads/trails, dirt/gravel roads and trails, and cross-country unimproved trails. Typically I do at least one long hike a week (20,000 plus steps on very rough unimproved trails). I purchased these shoes several weeks ago to replace a set of merrells that I wore out. Unfortunately, after about 5 miles in these shoes, my feet hurt, and the front seam where the tongue meets the shoe starts to chafe my foot just behind my toes. I had hoped that they would break-in, but so far no such luck. While these shoes are fine for hikes of less than 5 miles, they are definately not for long walks/hikes.
Date published: 2013-05-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Keen Voyageur Cross-Training Shoes After second outing on the AT (combined total of about 10 hours hiking), the dark rubber part of the soles (someone else called "bear claws") peeled away from the shoe. I was ticked. Bought Shoe Goo to reattach, but if anything else comes apart over next few outings, these shoes go back to REI. The square toe is perfect for my big feet (15), but I do get a sense of a high center of gravity in them as I torqued my ankle several times. I think the heel base should be wider to add stability - just my opinion. Handsome shoe, yes, but now that I have read the reviews, I probably would have avoided this shoe had I not been in a rush to find a good fit.
Date published: 2010-04-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great for wide feet, but quality has slipped This is the third pair of these I have had in as many years. I like the Keen's because they are durable, breathe relatively well, and most of all because they fit my wider feet well. Not sure what happened with this years run, but the quality is lacking. I walk on rocky/gravely terrain 7 days per week, though not really all that far. I found that the sole seems to have lost it's cushion, and the top part of the heal cup's fabric and cushioning have worn through...and that was after just 4 months. I got rid of the last pair simple because I wore them out after a year of hard use. Pretty disappointed with this latest production run.
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like them I don't know why they are called cross training, but then in the discription called hiking shoe. They are certainly a capable backpacking and hiking shoe. I just completed a 2 day backpacking trip for 15 miles in the Yosemite area and they are very comfortable, roomy and stable. They are also much cooler than my pair of Goretex hiking boots. The only problem I had is the lace pressure on the top of my left foot. After the first day of hiking it felt as it was hit with a hammer. Now I make sure and lace it very loose, but surprisingly my foot is still very secure and stable in the shoe. Hopefully this will get better after they break in.
Date published: 2008-06-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Used to be a good product I commute 3 mi. per day by walking. My first pair of these lasted 9 months and were ok shoes. The rubber sole wore out first and everything else was pretty good. This is pretty typical given the walking I do. My second pair lasted less than 2 months. The foam under the heel packed out quickly, but worse, the sole started separating from the shoe. This separation grew larger and larger. I exchanged it for another pair which lasted 2 weeks. Exact same problem. I was extremely disappointed.
Date published: 2013-02-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Big toe box On my third pair, fourth probably coming soon. I never had the catastrophic instant delamination that others have reported. An earlier pair did start to delaminate...after one year of every day wear. These shoes use an EVA midsole, which is inherently less durable than the superior, but heavier, PU midsoles on more expensive shoes and boots. After about 3-4 months of everyday wear, you will notice that the EVA midsole has begun to collapse in the areas where your weight falls...ball and heel. This gives them a slightly lumpy feel underfoot for the remainder of their life.
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sole Came Off after 3 Weeks When these arrived I was suspicious; the lower quality, compared to similar Keen shoes that I bought just 2 years was obvious. 3 weeks later, when the entire sole came off, after normal walking and gardening, it was really obvious.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Balance Support This is my third pair of Keen shoes and I am very satisfied with all three. The Voyageur is my first pair of low cut hikers, as I was looking for something cooler for the summer. So far, they have served me well, whether walking the dog or venturing off to the local nature preserve for a day hike. They promote a natural toe/heal strike, and prevent ankle roll. Having had 3 back surgeries, these shoes provide a stable and comfortable platform that makes standing for long periods without pain possible. I highly recommend them. Just be sure that you go up at least one half size when purchasing, especially if you have a wide fore foot.
Date published: 2012-07-19
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I looked at this shoe today in the Boise REI. I need a wide shoe and the salesperson told me I could order a wide on the website. I'm not seeing that option here though. Can I get this shoe in a wide?

Asked by: MasonJarr
We do not carry the Voyageur Hiking Shoes in wide widths.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-27
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