Versatile, sleek black leather oxfords that look good enough for dressy occasions. They also provide all-day comfort for work wear or frequent walking thanks to the interior cushioning, toe protection, and rugged rubber soles.
Activities that cause strenuous wear and tear may result in premature breakdown of the soles. Though suppose to be slip-resistant, this may not be the case on all surfaces. They squeak on some floors.
A good choice for men who like a flexible, breathable fit for a variety of warm weather outdoor activities. Sandal style is less constrictive than other KEENs on our list. Multi-directional lugged soles provides adequate traction.
Fit some men tightly at first, but may stretch out with wear. Break-in period varies. Arch support could be better. Not ideal for wet/cold conditions.
These leather KEEN hikers are lightweight yet rugged, and built to handle most trails. Earn praise for looking good and being comfortable for all day wear whether working or walking.
Picking the best size may be challenging, as a sampling of owners have said they fit too tight, too loose, or just right. A bit stiff until broken in.
Features including the waterproof nubuck leather build, mesh interior, and grippy rubber soles make these KEENs ideal for hiking on rugged trails and slippery surfaces.
Men who have owned Targhees before gripe that the fit is much more snug and narrow than it use to be. The soles tend to break down when worn frequently.
Doubles as a sneaker and a tough outdoor walking shoe, because it has both stylish leather and suede construction plus a sturdy rubber sole with reliable traction.
Fit is somewhat unpredictable, as some men say they fit loose while others find them a little narrow. Not suited for extremely rough trails.
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