The Keen Pyrenees hiking boots for women are a popular option at a very reasonable price. From my first glance at these they have a lot of nice features so let’s take a closer look.
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Keen Pyrenees Hiking Boots For Women
Average Customer Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 (30+ Reviews)
Price: $99.95 (Guide retail price, Subject to change)
Available Colors: Brown
Where to Buy: www.sierratradingpost.com
The Pyrenees hiking boots are a nice lightweight pair of hiking boots from Keen at a very affordable price.
Looking at their material make-up first, they have a smooth leather upper and a gusseted tongue to keep debris out. The collar of the Keen Pyrenees boots and the tongue are leather-lined providing a nice finish to fine looking pair of boots.
They have a waterproof breathable membrane and utilize KEEN.DRY® waterproof breathable protection.
Foot support is provided via a metatomical EVA-cushioned footbed which is also removable. The boots have a heal tab for easy pull on / pull off and 4mm rubber multidirectional lugs on the outsole for grip.
The toes of the boots sport reinforced rubber toe caps and the heel is built to provide good suspension and stability to withstand shock from all types of terrain.
The final thing to mention is the customer feedback on these boots. Scoring an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars across 30+ reviews is a good batting average by anyone’s standards.
- Very affordable
- Gusseted tongue
- Waterproof and breathable
- Removable footbed
- Not a complete all year round boot e.g. not suitable for tougher winter conditions
Specs (At a glance)
- Non-Insulated,Waterproof (All)
- Waterproof materials: KEEN.DRY®
- Gusseted tongue
- Upper: Suede
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Midsole: EVA
- Outsole: Rubber
- Height: 5″
- Heel height: 1-1/2″
- Weight (pair): 2 lb.
Overall, I think the Keen Pyrenees are a good year round (most of it) hiking boot. I don’t think they would be great for very tough Winter conditions but should be fine for three season use and lighter winter conditions.
They have a lot of the standard features you’d expect in a good hiking boot and the price is very attractive. I would normally be a little concerned about a very low price too though as that can be an indication of sacrificing quality for economy. However, the Keen Pyrenees have a lot of very positive user feedback so they may just have struck that balance very well.
I think this is a perfect boot for the average hiker hiking once or twice every week or so on marked trails and treks through forests and hills.
Have you ever used the Keen Pyrenees Hiking Boots? Are they as good they sound for the price? Let us know in the comments below.