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Men's Durand Waterproof Mid

$180.00
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  • Style #1011550
  • Fit Tip: This style is running a 1/2 size small. We suggest ordering a 1/2 size larger than your usual size! Fit Guide
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Get comfortable, dependable support for the long haul with this waterproof hiking boot, built to resist breakdown, cushion the foot and absorb shock no matter how far the trail takes you.

  • AMERICAN BUILT with materials from around the world
  • Contoured heel lock
  • Integrated PU heel cushion
  • KEEN.Dry® waterproof breathable membrane
  • Not compatible with aftermarket insoles or orthotics
  • TPU stability shank

We've carefully selected leather uppers designed to last. Then again, if you're wearing your KEENs daily, they won't always be scuff and dirt-free. To treat day to day wear and tear, especially on lighter color leathers, we recommend using a leather cleaner and conditioner, found at most footwear dealers and/or shoe repair shops.

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Comfort from step one to one million.

  • Get comfortable, dependable support for the long haul with this waterproof hiking boot, built to resist breakdown, cushion the foot and absorb shock no matter how far the trail takes you.
  • American Built
    Assembled with pride in Portland, Oregon, using the finest materials from around the world.
  • KEEN.Dry
    A proprietary waterproof, breathable membrane that lets vapor out without letting water in.
  • Metatomical Footbed Design
    This internal support mechanism is anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and cradle the natural contours of the foot.
  • AMERICAN BUILT with materials from around the world
  • Contoured heel lock
  • Integrated PU heel cushion
  • KEEN.Dry® waterproof breathable membrane
  • Not compatible with aftermarket insoles or orthotics
  • TPU stability shank
Material
  • Waterproof nubuck leather & breathable mesh upper
  • Dual compound rubber outsole
  • Direct attach PU midsole
  • Hydrophobic mesh lining
  • Removable metatomical dual density EVA footbed
Weight
22.4 oz / 635.0 g
Care

We've carefully selected leather uppers designed to last. Then again, if you're wearing your KEENs daily, they won't always be scuff and dirt-free. To treat day to day wear and tear, especially on lighter color leathers, we recommend using a leather cleaner and conditioner, found at most footwear dealers and/or shoe repair shops.

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    KEENMen's Durand Waterproof Mid
     
    4.4

    (based on 98 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (68)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (17)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (4)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (5)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (4)

    59%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    4.0

    Perfect hiking boot

    By 

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Men's Durand Waterproof Mid:

    I mainly purchased these boots for hiking but also wear them out running errands. They are very comfortable and I feel they will work great for me. I hike in areas with rocks and cactus and an occaisional creek so needed a sturdy structured boot that is high enough on my ankle and also waterproof. Because I've only had them for a couple of weeks I can't give them a 5 star review yet.

     
    5.0

    Good fit, comfort, delivery.

    By 

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Men's Durand Waterproof Mid:

    I've had ownership of this product for 2 weeks and so far, the shoes are fine - just like my last pair of Keens. I bought this model because I believed they were made in the USA - therefore I must be your dad.

     
    5.0

    I would buy again in the new future

    By 

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Men's Durand Waterproof Mid:

    Very comfortable! My arch, shin and knee pain have gone away. Not as tired at the end of the day.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    VERY Comforable and Ergonomic Fit in Toes

    By 

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Men's Durand Waterproof Mid:

    So I was at LL Bean looking at backpacking boots for 2-3 week trips. I tried on a pair of LL Bean boots but commented to the sales rep about how my heal slips and the foot box was a bit snug. I have a narrow heel, skinny ankle, and wider that average toe box. A women approached and said that she has the same problem and that she is a rep for Keen and that I should try the Durand or Liberty Ridge, thought the Liberty was discontinued if I could still find it. I called Keen and ordered the Durand. Ordered one day and arrived on my porch in less than 48 hours in Michigan.

    First thought I was disappointed with the lack of arch support. For a stock footbed it is nicely constructed but with little to no arch. I put my custom foot beds in and it made a world of difference.

    The toe box is the most comfortable of all the boots I've tried in the past month. I've tried Merrell, Lowa, Solomon, Asolo, LL Bean, and Vasque. The Durand was by far the most comfortable especially in the toe box.

    Ankle and heel: When I first laced up the boots I was concerned about the ankle support and the loose heel. I was able to cinch up the laces a bit more, which pulls on the nylon straps that wrap around the ankle pulling the heel into the heel pocket thus preventing slippage. Another reason they feel loose has to do with the ankle cuff along the achilles area has a cutout to allow for an unrestricted stride. This cutout however does not affect lateral (side to side) support though it feels different from what I'm used to in a traditional hiking/backpacking boot.

    Traction is very good. There is a combination of large and smaller lugs for a variety of terrain. Would've given it a 4.5 stars if I could but not a 5 because of the lack of arch support with the stock footbeds and having to really crank on the laces more than average to get the ankle support I need. I don't believe they run small, I bought an 11.5 and returned for a 12. Would still buy again and recommend them to others.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Love the comfort!

    By 

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Men's Durand Waterproof Mid:

    So I was at LL Bean looking at backpacking boots for 2-3 week trips. I tried on a pair of LL Bean boots but commented to the sales rep about how my heal slips and the foot box was a bit snug. I have a narrow heel, skinny ankle, and wider that average toe box. A women approached and said that she has the same problem and that she is a rep for Keen and that I should try the Durand or Liberty Ridge, thought the Liberty was discontinued if I could still find it. I called Keen and ordered the Durand. Ordered one day and arrived on my porch in less than 48 hours in Michigan.

    First thought I was disappointed with the lack of arch support. For a stock footbed it is nicely constructed but with little to no arch. I put my custom foot beds in and it made a world of difference.

    The toe box is the most comfortable of all the boots I've tried in the past month. I've tried Merrell, Lowa, Solomon, Asolo, LL Bean, and Vasque. The Durand was by far the most comfortable especially in the toe box.

    Ankle and heel: When I first laced up the boots I was concerned about the ankle support and the loose heel. I was able to cinch up the laces a bit more, which pulls on the nylon straps that wrap around the ankle pulling the heel into the heel pocket thus preventing slippage. Another reason they feel loose has to do with the ankle cuff along the achilles area has a cutout to allow for an unrestricted stride. This cutout however does not affect the lateral (side to side) support though it feels different from what I'm used to in a traditional hiking/backpacking boot.

    Traction is very good. There is a combination of large and smaller lugs for a variety of terrain. Shank is a bit more flexible than I'd like for a packing boot but this is probably why they're so comfortable. Would've given it a 4.5 stars if I could but not a 5 because of the lack of arch support with the stock footbeds and having to really crank on the laces more than average to get the ankle support I need.

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