Summer is for outdoor activities. For outdoor activities, one need the right shoes, boots, or sandals.
We have our Berkenstocks for everyday walking, our Nike ACG trail shoe for light hiking, and our Teva sandals for canoeing and other wet activities.
Sometimes you need more than one type of footwear on the same outting, especially if water activities were involved.
Keen has supposedly designed a shoe to meet just that need. The Keen Taos is suppose to work like a trail shoe, feel like a sandal, and be comfortable on dry land and in the water.
Can this be true? We'll find out when we take this shoe out and give it a try.
In this First Look review, we'll tell you about its overall construction, its various features, and our impression right out of the box.
Next, we'll take it out for a quick hike to give you our First Use comments. Finally, we'll wear it for a few months and give you our "In The Wild" report.
1. First Look
2. First Use
3. In The Wild Report
Initial Impression- Well Engineered
Durability- Test in progress