Keen Pyrenees


Keen Pyrenees
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Keen Pyrenees
Manufacturer Keen
Page By Wasatch Summits
Page Type Nov 19, 2011 / Nov 19, 2011
Object ID 7928
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Product Description

No matter how many rugged miles you cover in a day or how rough and tumble the trail, the reliable, durable Keen Men's Pyrenees Hiking Boot provides reliable support and comfort for the trek. With classic, all-leather styling and modern technology, these durable hiking boots are designed to go the distance.

Waterproof and breathable, these European-inspired hiking boots have a protective membrane that keeps exterior moisture at bay while still allowing interior vapor to escape, for dry comfort no matter what the conditions or how steep the climb. The S3 supportive heel cup resides under the high-impact part of your foot for firm support and stability on the trail that dissipates shock and reduces the odds of you twisting an ankle. The metatomical footbed design provides excellent arch support and cradles the natural contours of your foot. Featuring the legendary Keen Toe Protection, the outsole wraps up and over your toes to prevent painful contact with rocks, roots and other obstacles. Whether you're on a wet, rocky backpacking trip though the mountains of Spain or out for a day hike on the damp trails of Redwoods National Park, the Keen Pyrenees Hiking Boots for men have the comfort and protection you need to complete the journey.


Upper: waterproof nubuck
Lining: KEEN.DRY™ waterproof membrane and leather
Midsole: dual-density compression molded EVA
Foodbed: removable metatomical dual density EVA
Patented toe protection
Metal hook and lacing eyelet
S3 Heel support structure
Torsion stability ESS (shock, suspension, stability) shank
4mm multi directional lugs
Outsole: non-marking rubber
Fit tip: we find this style runs about a 1/2 size small
Collar height: 7 in
Calf circumference: 10 in
Weight: 20.24 oz, 573.794 g



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Wasatch Summits - Nov 19, 2011 11:04 am - Voted 5/5

Very good boots.
After burning through hiking boots every three months, I found these Pyrenees and gave them a shot. They fit around a wider foot and the soles are very supportive and rugged, yet light. The "Keen Dry" is similar to Goretex and works well. So far they have worn in great, a good all around hiking boot for the money.

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