Women's KEEN Steens Vent Performance Hiking Shoes

Item No. 871209-1022751
$100.00

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871209-1022751
The KEEN Steens Vent Performance Women's Hiking Shoes will be just what you need on your next trail adventure. With these KEEN hiking shoes, you'll enjoy lightweight comfort with the EVA foam midsole and stability shank. These women's hiking shoes are constructed with durable leather and offer waterproof protection for all-day comfort. For increased traction, these hiking shoes feature a KEEN.All-Terrain rubber outsole with 4mm multi-directional lugs. Make sure you're prepared for the trail with the KEEN Steens Vent Performance Women's Hiking Shoes.

Features:
  • Non-marking outsole
  • Waterproof hiking shoes
  • Women's KEEN hiking shoes
  • Stability shank for lightweight support
  • Lightweight cushioning and arch support
  • 4mm multi-directional lugs for traction in uneven terrain
Specs:
  • Footbed: Removable EVA
  • Midsole: EVA, stability shank
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Outsole: KEEN.All-Terrain rubber

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Customer Reviews

3.7 / 5.0
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Rated 5 out of 5
Love these!
I am a city carrier with post office i walk 8 miles 5 days a week. I have been doing this for 21 years. I have purchased all types of walking shoes.
By far these are the best. Everything about them I love. My feet are not tired and sore at the end of the day. My back is not stiff at the end of the day. My feet are dry on a rainy day.
I also purchased winter shoes that are just as awesome. Never once did my feet get cold or wet.
If you are about taking care of your feet make the purchase. You can’t go wrong.
April 28, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
High quality
Like ‘em
Love ‘em
Wear ‘em
April 16, 2021
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Rated 3 out of 5
Are keens still keen?
I received my shoes from the Keen company, which I had a very hard time finding elsewhere, in a timely manner, but was much disappointed to find that they were too wide for my feet. I needed something much more snug. I have been a Keens fan for years, and wouldn't buy any other brand of shoe. I think it was the vibram soles that felt so good to my finicky feet, but I've noticed of late that they are no longer vibram. They don't feel as good, and I've had a hard time finding this brand that aren't too wide. I don't think they are worth the price they cost anymore.
April 6, 2021
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Rated 2 out of 5
Hurt ankles
I have been wearing Keen shoes for quite some time now and needed a new pair of hiking, good support shoes. I bought these from Farm & Fleet due to wanting to try them on for size. The support is wonderful but when I walked in them for more than a few minutes they hurt my ankles. I read someone tried not lacing the top lace so I tried that. Unfortunately they still hurt so much I can't wear them. I am so disappointed that this shoe hurts so much. $100 is a lot to spend on a shoe that you can't wear. I tried to return them but was not allowed due to them having been worn. I should have read the reviews before purchase instead of after. I just never imagined a Keen shoe causing such discomfort.
March 20, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
These are perfect!
I’ve been researching hiking shoes for a while. I needed to replace my Salomons. It was down to Merrell’s or Keens. Unfortunately the first time I chose Merrells. Returned those and now have these excellent leather comfortable lightweight hiking shoes!
February 24, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Exactly what I needed
I wore out my previous Keens, the Susanville, purchased in 2013, which are now no longer available, so I was nervous about a suitable replacement. The Steens are lighter and more comfortable by far than the Susanvilles, while still providing stability and accommodating my orthotic insoles. They were on sale too, a definite win.
December 22, 2020
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Rated 2 out of 5
Sparsely Utilitarian
I've worn the Oakridge Hiking Shoe for YEARS, but it is now out of production. I selected this as comparable based on features and cost. Not even close. The fabric and padding is much thinner and the fit is tight across the bridge, actually causing pain. I had to skip eye loops on the lacing to make them wearable, and I have normal (not wide) feet. These are walkable, but I would not purchase them again.
December 15, 2020
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Rated 4 out of 5
My first Keens...
I really like these for what they are. I’ve always been a Merrell girl, but thought I’d switch up. They are really comfy, but had a little trouble getting used to the big ‘bumper’ for lack of a better word. The toe area is a little roomy for me. But a nice shoe. Sheels has been great, super fast shipping, and great follow up.
December 10, 2020
Purchased
6 months ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Not like Keen products I'm used to
I've been an avid Keen wearer for 10+ years now. I have had many many styles of Keen. I have to be very careful of the types of shoes I wear due to multiple foot surgeries, and Keens normally are comfortable and durable. However, these have not been in the same quality range I'm used to from Keen. In fact, the last couple of pairs I've gotten have been subpar for Keen. :( The insoles are different, they aren't as supportive as the older Keen shoes. The material seems very thin. And the shoes are making an awful squeaking noise when I walk. I use my shoes to do everything from work to hike to wearing around the house. Stinks that their quality has deteriorated so much.
November 16, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Absolutely Love These!
I had the misfortune of losing use of my left foot, from a cyst. I must now wear a brace, as the nerve is very slow to heal. My Keen shoes are all I have that my brace will fit into. The are wonderfully sturdy, and fit my already wide foot well. I’m now trying to find a low version snow type shoe.
November 2, 2020
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