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New Kit: Womens KEEN Terradora boots

Adventurous footwear that we can wear in the city and on the trail

Keen Terradora

NOW here’s a pair of boots that will be on your wishlist for the Spring.

They are called the Terradora and KEEN says they “fuse a love of working out in the great outdoors with a sense of everyday adventure”.

As you can see here, KEEN has carried out some beautiful photography to coincide with the launch, clearly showing how they envisage the looks that ladies can achieve. 

Activity wise, KEEN lists these under its ‘City Streets’, ‘Hiking’ and ‘Fast Trails’ categories, with the brand actively marketing these to be worn in town and cities as well as on the trails. In fact, KEEN has even come up with its own workout category called TrailFit™ and says these new boots meet women’s’ needs between the gym and the mountain, the city and the backcountry.

This shot, taken from KEEN’s lookbook, really does demonstrate how the Terradora’s are fashionable enough to wear in the city as well as on hikes

The Terradora are available as low, mid or waterproof versions (WP using KEEN.DRY). Prices start from €119 for the low, through to €129.95 in the low WP and €139.95 in the mid WP, so they’re very well priced, particularly for footwear that has such a streamlined design, on trend styling and a diverse colour palette.

Keen Terradora

What’s more, they have been designed to meet women’s anatomical needs, so there’s a lower collar height that helps with freedom of movement and a cushioned panel to reduce the pressure on the Achilles tendons. There’s also a contoured heel lock that provides stability on unpredictable terrain (or when you’re moving at pace) and there’s a moulded collar and dual density PU foam footbed for comfort.

We’re being sent a pair to try out so look out for our review soon.

www.keenfootwear.com

About the author

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after meeting so many like-minded people who love all kinds of adventure activities. He started out as pilot in the RAF, has worked as a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as an editor and journalist for motorcycling, aviation and adventure magazines.

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