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Men's Voyageur

$115.00

  • Style #1002570
  • Fit Tip: Most customers find this style is true to size! Fit Guide
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Keep your cool under pressure with a low-profile hiking shoe. Mesh insets allow a continual airflow, while a stability shank and a rugged, high-traction outsole let you take on tough terrain with confidence.

  • 4mm multi directional lugs
  • Contoured heel lock
  • Torsion stability ESS 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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Cool your heels with a well-ventilated shoe.

  • Keep your cool under pressure with a low-profile hiking shoe. Mesh insets allow a continual airflow, while a stability shank and a rugged, high-traction outsole let you take on tough terrain with confidence.
  • Metatomical Footbed Design
    This internal support mechanism is anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and cradle the natural contours of the foot.
  • 4mm multi directional lugs
  • Contoured heel lock
  • Torsion stability ESS shank
Material
  • Water resistant leather and mesh upper
  • Non-marking rubber outsole
  • Dual density compression molded EVA midsole
  • Moisture wicking textile
  • Removable metatomical dual density EVA footbed
Weight
15.6 oz / 442.3 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.

  • REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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    KEENMen's Voyageur
     
    4.7

    (based on 36 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (29)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (5)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (2)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (0)

    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    No Pros

    Cons

    No Cons

    Best Uses

    No Best Uses
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (3)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    After Appalachian trail hiking

    I just completed a section of the Appalachian trail in these shoes and wanted to offer my thoughts. I usually wear Merrel Moab's, but I had been having plantar fasciitis problems and the Moab's...Read complete review

    I just completed a section of the Appalachian trail in these shoes and wanted to offer my thoughts. I usually wear Merrel Moab's, but I had been having plantar fasciitis problems and the Moab's didn't give me 100% confidence. I wear a pair of Keen Austin's to work and love them so I thought I'd try Keen's on the trail. I wear a 12 in the Moab's as well as the Austins and the Voyagers fit perfectly. They do have the wider toe area that I love. They did require a very little bit of break in to make them flexible. I initially had trouble with my heel slipping up and down (big problem on a long hike) and when I would tie them tighter it hurt the top of my foot. I figured out a tying method that resolved it. I would lace them normally until after the 3rd set of eyelets, then put two overhand wraps, then on the top two eyelets I would tie a butterfly knot. Look it up online, it's used a lot for runnng shoes and it really snugs down your heel.
    The footbed of these Keen's is great, no plantar fasciitis issues while hiking all day over rough terrain with a fully loaded pack. There is just enough arch support to help without being obtrusive. No blisters either and the my feet didn't get too hot with all the ventilation.
    My only issue was that the shoe rubbed the underside of my right ankle bone. I've read this in some other reviews. No problems with the left but the right ankle bone became very painful, especially if the trail sloped so that the right side was higher than the left. It's possible that I have ankle bones that are lower than most people but I haven't noticed a problem with other shoes. I noticed it for the first several miles each day, but as the day wore on it bothered me less. I'm not sure if the shoe material softened over the course of the day or if my ankle just got numb.
    Overall I think highly of the Voyagers even with the ankle issue. On my next hiking trip I still want to wear Keen's but I may switch to the mid-height.

    VS

    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Soft soles fail with heavy use

    Had a pair of Keen Voyageurs for a little over a year and they did well on short weekend / long weekend trips (~10 miles) and day hikes no problem and stayed in...Read complete review

    Had a pair of Keen Voyageurs for a little over a year and they did well on short weekend / long weekend trips (~10 miles) and day hikes no problem and stayed in great shape.

    Unfortunately, I took them out for 12 days on the John Muir Trail and they couldn't handle the long days of hiking (~15 miles/day) and especially long downhills (~1000 to 2000 ft descents). Both soles frayed a lot and lost a lot grip after a couple of days. (On the bright side, the fit was still pretty good and I got no blisters, despite a lot of sliding around on the talus and scree). In the end, I had to hike out in my Crocs because the shoes were no good.

    Anyway, pretty good for causal hiking and short backpacking, but not durable for any longer trips or heavy use.

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    4.0

    After Appalachian trail hiking

    By 

    from Florida

    Comments about KEEN Men's Voyageur:

    I just completed a section of the Appalachian trail in these shoes and wanted to offer my thoughts. I usually wear Merrel Moab's, but I had been having plantar fasciitis problems and the Moab's didn't give me 100% confidence. I wear a pair of Keen Austin's to work and love them so I thought I'd try Keen's on the trail. I wear a 12 in the Moab's as well as the Austins and the Voyagers fit perfectly. They do have the wider toe area that I love. They did require a very little bit of break in to make them flexible. I initially had trouble with my heel slipping up and down (big problem on a long hike) and when I would tie them tighter it hurt the top of my foot. I figured out a tying method that resolved it. I would lace them normally until after the 3rd set of eyelets, then put two overhand wraps, then on the top two eyelets I would tie a butterfly knot. Look it up online, it's used a lot for runnng shoes and it really snugs down your heel.
    The footbed of these Keen's is great, no plantar fasciitis issues while hiking all day over rough terrain with a fully loaded pack. There is just enough arch support to help without being obtrusive. No blisters either and the my feet didn't get too hot with all the ventilation.
    My only issue was that the shoe rubbed the underside of my right ankle bone. I've read this in some other reviews. No problems with the left but the right ankle bone became very painful, especially if the trail sloped so that the right side was higher than the left. It's possible that I have ankle bones that are lower than most people but I haven't noticed a problem with other shoes. I noticed it for the first several miles each day, but as the day wore on it bothered me less. I'm not sure if the shoe material softened over the course of the day or if my ankle just got numb.
    Overall I think highly of the Voyagers even with the ankle issue. On my next hiking trip I still want to wear Keen's but I may switch to the mid-height.

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    5.0

    4th pair of Voyageurs, 9th pair of Keens.

    By 

    from Chicago. IL

    Comments about KEEN Men's Voyageur:

    I wear these virtually every day. I've blown out 3 previous to my latest pair. These are the most comfortable, versatile shoes I've worn. They run true to size.

    Keen, I'm a lifer.

    Thank you for making great shoes.

    KW

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    5.0

    had these shoes or very s

    By 

    from CA

    Site Member

    Comments about KEEN Men's Voyageur:

    had these shoes or very similar for about 4 years , wore them pretty much everyday. ..just now starting to break down
    Time for another pair
    Love the Keen brand
    Thank you

     
    2.0

    Wonderfully comfortable f

    By 

    from CA

    Site Member

    Comments about KEEN Men's Voyageur:

    Wonderfully comfortable fit and support
    Disappointing sole durability
    The outside rear of each heel quickly wore through and the hard outer heel surface detached rendering the shoes unwearable.

    (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Love but they run small.

    By 

    from Maine

    Pros

    • light weight
    • well vented

    Cons

    • run small

    Best Uses

      Comments about Men's Voyageur:

      Like them enough to order another pair one size up. Hope they fit better.

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