Light weight, Warm and comfortable
Features and Details
- Waterproof with KEEN.DRY waterproofing, has breathable membrane to keep feet dry and comfortable, allows moisture to escape without water coming in. Leather is treated with PFC- free water repellant, so you’re getting the same waterproofing without harmful chemicals.
- The leather is sourced from Leather Working Group, certified tanneries. Tanned in an environmentally friendly way possible. With PFC- free chemicals
- Insulated with KEEN.WARM has recycled PET insulation, so your feet stay warm but still allow them to breath, temperatures down to -25 F / -32 C
- Thermal Insoles and thermal heat shield inside to contain warmth
- Speed lacing
- Oder protection with natural pesticide-free, probiotic-based technology, it’s called ECO Anti-Odor Technology, breaks down the odor in sweat.
- Rubber sole with polar traction
- Approximate shaft measures from arch to ankle
- Approximate boot opening measures around 10.5
- Made in the USA and or imported
I purchased these boots in search for a good hunting and hiking winter boot that was comfortable, warm, and light weight. These boots are comfortable and light weight and is an attractive boot. They could use more arch support for me. The thermal insoles do help to keep your feet warmer. After I purchased these boots, I was standing on cold concrete in subzero temperatures, and I could not feel the cold coming thru. That impressed me. I wore these out hunting and hiking in the Missouri Breaks, the snow was ankle to mid-calf deep, my feet stayed warm and dry for the most part, snow and water can come in slightly where the low cut on the tongue meets the boot. Should come up a bit higher. If worn with a pair of gators there shouldn’t be a problem. I recommend putting them on a boot drier if your feet sweat a lot, they will stay damp, and your feet will get cold. Like any other boot. The traction on the KEEN Revel 4 Polar WP Hiking Boot was good, limited sliding in the slippery conditions, which helps save energy for long hikes.