dealskeen sandals, shoes & boots: save up to 60% off

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Two things to help you save a little more:

- If you join and send a invite to another e-mail you can get a $10 credit.

- Use the code "RETAIL10" for another 10% off an order $50 or more. Just make sure the code doesn't lower the price enough that your $10 credit doesn't work.

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Looks like free shipping when you spend $75. Bought a pair of sandals for the wife and I.

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Membership required. Pop-ups everywhere.

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Keen, i believe, is made in America.

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Just bought a pair ... this will be my 4th pair of Keen hiking boots. (I do A LOT of hiking!) As for my earlier purchases, not a single pair has come apart. What's happening is I'm wearing out the tread on the bottom. Otherwise, they have been great ... very comfortable for a full day of hiking. They've been decent in terms of water and don't sweat like a lot of boots.

BTW, not sure they are made in America as implied in an earlier comment. REI in Pittsburgh told me they were made in China. They also went on to tell me they were a best seller for them.

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Leftlane Sports is a great and reputable site. I have bought many items form them including my favorite pair of Chacos. I got a great price on everything I have bought and have no qualms about recommend the site to friends and family.

You can save more by installing their Google Chrome extension. Do you search on their site and once you find the item(s) you want use the Chrome extension to re-find the item. By clicking on the item through Chrome you save 10%-20% (I can't remember which it is).

Below is an invite link, if you join through the link you will get a $10 credit...and full disclosure...so will I.

https://www.leftlanesports.com/invite/AnthonyOltmann

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Absolutely LOVE my Keen shoes! I've got a pair of Newport H2 and Kanyon sandals that I can wear to my workplace, which has strict footwear requirements. The shielded toe and secured ankle on those makes them "legal" for work for me. Wear them every day of the week and they are cool and most certainly comfortable. Also have a pair of Waimea H2 flops that are my everyday shoes when I'm not at work that are just as comfortable (same foot bed as the Newport and Kanyon). Then there's also a pair of Timmons slip on shoes that are great for casual attire and just as comfortable. Sounds like an advertisement, but I just love mine that much! ha

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@comma: The "membership required" just means that you need to create a free account on the website (no spam necessary), which you'd have to do anyway if you wanted to buy something.

+1 from me--I have loved every pair of Keens I've bought, so how could I resist a good sale like this?

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as noted on prior deals from LEFTLANE, RETAIL10 gets u 10% off and is stackable (try to get an invite from someone u know for 10 off 50), but note that if you never tried the sneakers on, buying from this site is a gamble since they won't do free return shipping.

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Only goes up to size 15. Once again no help for me. So close though.

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@chambers126: I haven't gone through that many pairs of hiking boots, but I'm still on my first pair of Keens I got from REI after trying on lots of different types. Love how comfortable they are!

Don't know about the shoes or sandals, but based on the boots I'd personally give them a spin.

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I have Keen sandals bought for $100 three years ago. Best shoes I've ever had. They look just like the Denver model that's priced at half that. Mine are marked made in China, if that's a deal-breaker for anyone.

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@lstaff: Keens are made in China or Vietnam. However Keen IS working to bring their production lines into the US.

They're about the most durable, comfortable, and quality shoes you can find for the money. Pretty much once people buy a pair of keens that fit, they're hooked.

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Rats. I waited too long and the shoes/sizes I was looking at are sold out. I shouldn't have waited so long! It was such a good deal!

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I have to "join" to see the prices? Nope.

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Keen is the new Teva, which has gone down hill lately.
I finally gave up on them and switched to Keen.

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@j5: I've been rockin' the same pair of Tevas for well over a decade - don't wear them everyday but they're great for when I use them. My new pair of Keen's shipped today from this deal - too bad I didn't wait and notice the extra discounts I could have gotten :( Oh well, can't wait to try them.

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@tsfisch: I'm in the same boat as you. I have ancient Teva's that are still going strong.
I think the key is that they are rather old. I've recently purchased Teva sandals for the kids (the closed heel, closed toe style), and they didn't last long enough for them to grow out of, which is saying a lot for elementary school aged kids.

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