I bought a pair of TARGHEE EXP expecting the same incredible confortable fit which have made the TARGHEE II the best hiking boots I ever head. After wearing the new boots around the house for a little break in I took them for a 12km spin around a narrow mountain path and ended up with sore feet and blisters and the urge to take the shoes off as soon as I could. The TARGEE EXP feels confortable at first but, after a while, the sole become hard and the fit feels narrow on the upper and sides. Despite adjusting the laces for tension the pressure points kept coming back making the last few kilometres an uncomfortable experience. I would not have bought the shoes had they not been marketed as TARGHEE and I now have no other option but to buy a new pair of TARGHEE II and try to sell the TARGHE EXP as second hand, an expensive mistake. So, dear people of KEEN, as the saying goes "If it ain't broke, don't fix it"