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Men's Commuter IV Bike Sandal

$115.00

  • Style #1013316
  • Fit Tip: This style is running a 1/2 size small. We suggest ordering a 1/2 size larger than your usual size! Size Guide
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This bike sandal is SPD compatible for an easy ride, and it has a cushioned, supportive sole for walking comfort. Reflective heel patches improve visibility, while the webbing upper keeps it breezy.

  • Reflective heel patch
  • Secure fit lace capture system
  • SPD compatible plate with TPU tip
  • TPU cleat cap plate

Gently brush the footwear with a soft, damp sponge to remove loose dirt and restore surface. Stains should be treated immediately with a gentle cleaner.

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A walking shoe perfect for pedaling, too.

  • This bike sandal is SPD compatible for an easy ride, and it has a cushioned, supportive sole for walking comfort. Reflective heel patches improve visibility, while the webbing upper keeps it breezy.
  • Reflective heel patch
  • Secure fit lace capture system
  • SPD compatible plate with TPU tip
  • TPU cleat cap plate
Material
  • Polyester webbing upper
Weight
14.7 oz / 416.7 g
Care

Gently brush the footwear with a soft, damp sponge to remove loose dirt and restore surface. Stains should be treated immediately with a gentle cleaner.

  • Great for casual and serious bikers alike!

    4

    Great shoe! I love the fit and feel of this sandal both on and off my bike!

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    Maybe

    3

    The shoes are strong and look good. However, I could only wear them once on my walk (which what these new Keen shoes has been designed for) which is why I bought them for in the first place. The issue: TWO blisters halfway through my walk. One on the back heel and one on the left small toe side. I didn't wear any socks so that could have been the problem. I did find a stitch on the inside of the left shoe which was protruding onto the left toe and could have caused that blister. I have to let the blisters heal before I can wear them again. It's frustrating to wait but I'm anxious to try them once more. It's sad as my prior Keen sandals never had any blister issues. If the blisters don't return I'm sure the new shoes will be great. Chuck

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    Amazing Fit

    5

    I've worn regular cycling shoes for the last 37 years, but found the last pair at a Sheels store in ND in 2016. Yes they were quite snug when I put them on with minor pressure on the sides of my baby toe. I broke them in slowly during that summer/fall, riding only every 3 or 4 days with them. Eventually they broke in and feel amazing. I find even my foot alignment is better with these too, some I've never had with regular shoes.

    Thunder Bay Canada

    true

    These are great and versatile bike shoes

    5

    I purchased my Commuters in 2016, and have since logged several thousand miles in them. Most of the miles were training and/or commuting to or from work (35 miles one-way), but I also did a multi-day 230ish mile ride a short time ago. To put it simply, these shoes (sandals) are awesome for biking. Mine are a half size larger from my norm, but fit my wide feet very comfortably. Previously, I've worn various brand and types of bike specific shoes, but these have turned out to be my favorite. Although some will balk at the idea of socks with sandals, I normally wear them with short socks (the main purpose to avoid them smelling like a goat's bum). I have, however l, worn them sans-socks, and they are equally as comfortable with or without the added cushioning. When I finally get around to doing some serious bike touring, these will certainly be the shoe of choice. They're easy to walk around in while off the bike, and do not have the obvious look of many bike specific shoes. Their versatility is awesome: sandals (no socks), shoes (with socks - adds cushion, plus a little warmth), shoes with covers (and socks - cold weather or rain), or shoes with waterproof socks (warmth and weather protection). I use mine with Time ATAC pedals/cleats, and while they don't match my SIDI road shoes regarding the firm connection to the bike, that is not their purpose. I recently did some desert trail riding (mountain biking) wearing an older pair of SIDI Dominators, and actually wished I had worn the Keens. I find them to be that good. Bikes used with: Hardtail mtn bike (Ibis - commuter) Folding (Bike Friday NWT - commuter) Road (100+ miles - multi-day) Full-supension mtn bike

    Gilbert, AZ

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    Trying to find the older Commuter III somewhere

    2

    IMO, these are a big step backwards, from the Commuter III: - They're no longer a sandal, but just a webby shoe. - Perhaps because of this, they are too narrow for me. - The single cord offers far worse adjustability and fit than the older cord/strap combination. - If you get a pebble in these, you have to remove them to get the stone out. I have switched to the Shimano sandal. They're too expensive, and they're still not as good as the Commuter III was.

    Arcata, California

    false

    Awesome sandal

    5

    These feel custom made for my feet!

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    Newest Commuter IV fits much better

    4

    For years I biked with Keen Commuter III sandals, and loved them. They were Sturdy, comfortable, adustable, and just like with Goldilocks and the Three Bears, "They were just right." They finally wore out so I ordered a pair of Commuter IVs - and couldn't get them on my foot. My feet are moderately wide, a D/E, and Keen had narrowed the sandals to something like a B or C. I exchanged them for a half size bigger and they were still too tight, so I tried a full size bigger. I could get my feet into them, but they were now so long the fit like clown shoes so I gave up and bought cycling sandals elsewhere. When I talked with Keen about these extremely narrow sandals, they said "Cyclists told us they wanted snug-fitting sandals." Where are these cyclists with feet as wide as pencils? At any rate, I just bought the newest version of the Commuter IVs, 1/2 size bigger than I would normally wear, and they fit fine. Much better than the original Commuter IV. Thank you, Keen, for making sandals to fit people with normal width feet!

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    Good, but flawed

    4

    I first purchased this about almost two years ago and loved them. About 6 months ago the solid plastic sole split in two. They have been out of stock until now. I wore the broken shoes until new ones arrived this month. These are one of the only clip-in shoes that fit me so I ordered two pairs anticipating they will break again. The other negative is that the insole does not have the antibacterial coating other Keens have so they start to stink tremendously over time. That said, I bike commute in them more days than not and I love them. Haven't found anything else that comes close. Ian

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    Why just men?!

    1

    Why on earth do you only make these for men?! I am so disappointed!

    Quad Cities, IL

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    Love my Keens for everything, including biking

    4

    I started out with another highly recommended brand of cycling shoe but had to go up a full size to get the width I needed. Big mistake. I live in my Keens of all different styles and was very happy to see that you made a cycling shoe as well. I read the other reviews saying these are too narrow etc but they fit me like a glove. They are even comfortable walking etc which is not something I can say for some of the other bike shoes out there. I will be looking to get more of these in the future.

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    COMMUTER IV FAHRRADSANDALE FÜR HERREN

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