Keen Womens Durand Mid WP

 

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Womens Walking Boot

Made in the USA, the Durand Mid WP is one of Keen's latest models. Unlike the Targhee Mid which uses EVA, the Durand mid WP uses a PU midsole which resists compression and retains its cushioning over a far longer period of time. For example over 1 million steps (about 900 miles) the reduction in PU thickness is only about 3% and the change in cushioning negligable.

Other features of the boot include a TPU plastic shank to give good stability underfoot, dual density removable footbed and KEEN.DRY waterproof lining. The upper is a mix of breathable mesh and nubuck leather.

In terms of fit, the Keen Womens Durand Mid WP comes up approximately 1/2 size small compared with many footwear brands. It has a wide fit though some customers have commented that it is not quite as wide as the Targhee II Mid Womens.


  • USA built
  • KEEN.DRY membrane
  • PU midsole
  • Rubber outsole
  • TPU stability shank
  • Nubuck leather and mesh upper

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