- January 31 2011
Great All Rounder Bike Shoe
These shoes are saving me carrying a change of shoes on my bike commute! Stylish enough for our casual dress work place; with the SPD cleats I can comfortably ride like I am use to. Pros: Comfortable, stylish, sole not too stiff Cons: A bit high at the ankle bone, but not too bad; a bit softer sole than I am used to, but makes walking all around very comfortable and easy A few others have asked about these shoes and they know Keen means quality, too.
- February 13 2010
Best Shoe ever
I have bunions and these are by far the best shoe I have ever worn, I will buy Keens from now on. I wear these shoes all day, and at the end my feet feel great!!
- December 9 2010
Not for me...
Love the look of this shoe - adorable (albeit chunky). Love that they look like 'regular' casual shoes rather than cycling shoes. They were recommended by my sister who insisted they run big/wide. If you have a wide-ish foot (C), these will work for you. If you have a true wide foot (D-E) they will be too narrow and far too stiff to anticipate any stretching to accomodate your foot. Highly recommend for people with average feet.
- November 4 2010
Pretty Good Purchase
The look of this shoe is great compared to other cycling shoes and the soles are flexible enough for walking, but stiff enough for riding. The shoe is a little more bulky looking than I thought it would be, but they still look cute with skirts and shorts. The main problem with the shoe for me, is that the ankles are VERY high. I have had to add a pair of insoles to them because they hurt my ankle bones. Now that I have worn them a few times, I am even considering adding another pair of insoles since they still seem a little high. I thought it might be just a personal problem of having low ankles, but I compared them to another cycling shoe and the sides actually do come up about an inch higher than the ones I held them up to.