Keen Women's Clara Low Boots
Pull on a boot with style, sophistication, and a stitching technique that may be a disappearing art, in the Women's Keen Clara Low Boots. Sleek supple full-grain leather is sewn using corner stitch construction, a method sometimes referred to as "English corner sewing or the "French-edge. The latter, the stitching of two beveled edges which hides the raw edge and produces a nearly invisible seam. Corner stitching eliminates welted edges and creates a clean, smooth look that uses less material, less space, and better protects the contents, in this case, your foot. A recycled polyurethane, cork and memory foam KEEN.CUSH footbed cushions every stride, while providing unrivaled arch support, and a non-marking natural rubber outsole grips the tarmac. Throw some confident flair into your wardrobe with the Clara Low Boots for women from Keen.
- Upper: Full grain leather
- Corner stitch construction
- Lining: Leather and microfiber
- Footbed: KEEN.CUSH
- Outsole: Non-marking natural rubber
- Weight (1/2 pair): 14.4 oz
Buy the Keen Clara Low Boots for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Keen Women's Clara Low Boots
Great Keen Boot
I love these Keen boots! I looked for Keen boots as I have worn Keen in the past and loved them. They are light weight and easy to take hikes over rough terrain. I am recommending them to my husband!
I bought these for my wife and she loves them. When she opened them we both thought "no way, they're too small", but they fit like a charm. (size 9) Very comfortable from the start and remained so. Nice leather, including the entire lining.
Happy with them
I bought the Clara low boot through Alltrec after pricing them on line for several weeks and got a good deal. The boot is true to fit in my normal size (and I have wide feet) and comfortable with woolen socks that come up over the cuff. It has the look I wanted--sophisticated enough for city wear, sturdy and rainproof enough for country walking and everyday mucking about. The only potential drawback is that the heel height throws my weight forward a bit creating pressure on the ball of my foot. I plan to remedy this by buying inserts. Even so, I've worn them daily and am pleased with them.