Keen Verdi Mid WP Hiking Boot Review

Zachary Rodasti

Zach's been testing gear with Active Gear Review since day one of the site, and just generally loves being outside doing any outdoor activity. He and his wife race year round, prefer long distance endurance events, and have raced marathons in multiple states nationwide. Recently, Zach added triathlons to his list of endeavors, and has competed in all distances up to a half iron. He has two young boys who are full of energy and get into all sorts of trouble on a regular basis - just like him.

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  1. Mark Kelton says:

    Hi Zachary, my wife bought a pair of Verdi low cuts for a four day trek in Colombia. Conditions were demanding (wet and muddy) and the shoes performed well on the trip. However, after our return amd clean up the shoes look really old and haggard. The leather and synyhetic components are severely faded and scruffed, and the glue holding the sole on one edge has begun let go along one. My wife is very disappoined. We expected the boots to show some wear and tear however they look like they’ve had heavy use for 6 months to 1 year. I wore a new pair of Teva hiking boots and they dont look anywhere near as bad. Ive been wearing “Urban” type (i.e Boston) Keen’s for about 10 years now and and have loved them. Do you think we should make a wareanty claim?

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