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These shoes aren't worth buying. Bought this a couple of months ago and wore them maybe three dozen times while trying to get them to to fit right. The shoe strings provided didn't keep adequate tension allowing the shoe to act like a flip flop leaving the heel when walking. Replaced the shoe strings and then had the problem of them still being lose around the ankle but they would get super tight around the balls of the feet. Definitely not worth buying!
I walk around 20 miles per shift across cement, dirt, rocks, etc, and these shoes have held up very well so far. They seem well put together, but are on the heavier side for a pair of shoes imo. The low cut Keen shoes at the start of wearing them, cut into me just below my ankle on one side, so I've had to wear high socks. They come with pull laces that u don't have to tie which is cool but there is not rly a good place to stick the dangling lace besides underneath the other laces on top of the shoe, which some may think isn't as good looking. Hope this helps. I'm happy with my purchase.
so far so good, I have tried several composite steel toe brands from reebok, puma, etc... and can't get any of them to last more than a year and a half so after talking to several coworkers that have keens they expressed the same concerns but many of them have had their Keens for 3+ years. I'd give them a 5, but need them to last longer than a year before I can do that
I have very bad feet due to burns ,so it's hard to find shoes that feel good on my feet and work boots leave me dang near unable to walk after a shift , thought I would suffer endlessly but these are the best work shoes I've ever wore comfortable,and so far durable. no oil ,or coolants make it in to the feet, over all great product .
This show fit exactly as expected. The first day, I recieved painful blisters on the back of my ankles as I broke them in. I had to take a break from wearing them for a week but the second time wearing them, I didn't have any pain or discomfort at all. So, make sure you break them in for a little while before fully committing to them for an all day thing.