- 商品尺寸: 35 x 30 x 15 cm
- 商品重量: 272 g
- 发货重量: 699 g
- ASIN: B00LH7V2SO
- 型号 / 款式: 1012862
- 用户评分: 分享我的评价
KEEN Men's Clearwater CNX Hybrid Shoe, Sunset/Marigold, 8 M US
- 面料: 布
- 面料成分: 布
- 鞋底材质: 合成材料
- 封口类型: 系带
- 鞋跟高度: 1.9 厘米
- 防水台高度: 0.5"
- 面料类型: 布
The essential KEEN fit and protection lightened up to make every step a natural connection. The Clearwater CNX features a webbing upper with traditional KEEN sandal style. The bungee lace allows for customized fit. Multi-directional flex grooves on the low-profile sole enhance the natural flexibility of the foot and improve ground contact while razor siping provides advanced traction on slick surfaces. The contoured arch supports the foot.
- Washable Polyester Webbing Upper
- Secure Fit Lace Capture System
- Metatomical Ridge for Natural Fit
- Lightweight PU Midsole with Contoured Arch for Long-Lasting Support and Comfort
- 4mm Midsole Drop
- Stability Shank
- Non-Marking Rubber Outsole with Razor Siping
- Multi-Directional Flex Grooves for Natural Flexibility and Improved Ground Contact
- PFC-Free Materials
- Cleansport NXT. Organic Odor Control
- Weight: 8.4oz / 238g
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Mine are black colored, which allows me to wear them with various clothing (color coordination).
I wear them...
... at work (with black socks so they look business casual to the untrained eye),
... while hiking the north Georgia mountains,
... short-distance (1-2 miles) trail running,
... kayaking, boating, and other water-centric activities.
I workout in them a couple times a week too doing dead-lifts, elliptical, and heavy squats in them (since they are relatively flat-soled shoes). Performing pull-ups, rope climbs, and other artificial wall-climbing activities are improved wearing these sandals because they are very light compared other fully-enclosed closed shoes.
For long backpacking hikes, I simply wear thick fluffy socks that give the added cushioning, semi-arch support for carrying heavy loads for several hours on end. I prefer these over my Solomon hiking boots actually.
Mine are finally starting to wear out and stretch out of shape so I WILL be getting another pair here soon. They are not expensive compared to the other Keen sandals (I think I paid approx $75).
My laces gave out about a month ago, so I just went out and bought some elastic, bungee-like, tie-less laces at Walmart. These shoes are good for walking on mountain trails and granite rock (used as "approach" shoes). My only real gripe about these is that when walking in the woods, the openness of a sandal allows grass, pebbles, and debris to get into your sandal. But that's not the fault of this particular shoe, just the price one pays for wearing a sandal. This is a close-toe sandals, so there is plenty of toe protection and the closed-toe design actually cuts down on debris entering the shoe as compared to a flip flop or open-toe sandal. Since there is no enclosed heal, however, any unwanted debris that does get into the shoe, can usually be easily removed by tilting your foot and allowing the debris to slide out the back via gravity.
I also wear these when commuting on my bike. I can either wear these while peddling (when I opt to NOT use my clipless bike shoes).
I slip these sandals into my bicycle saddle pack when I am peddling with my clipless bike shoes on. The point here is that these sandals are small enough to stow away when wearing other purpose-built shoes during a trek of some sort.
I give these five out of five stars.
Hope this helps.
I highly recommend them for active use in the water.