Getting to Know the KEEN Women's Elena Mid Sneaker-Boot
#DidYouKnow you can wear sneakers in the winter weather?
Thanks to the KEEN Elena Mid sneaker-boot, wearing sneakers in the winter is possible! These mid-height sneaker-boots offer a compromise between your favorite comfy & cozy sneakers and your warm and durable boots, so you don't have to sacrifice your sense of style during the snowy weather.
Features of the KEEN Elena Mid Sneaker-Boot
The Elena Mid is made with a water resistant premium leather & fabric, and the all-terrain rubber outsole provides a high-traction grip so you can move confidently over unpredictable ground. The midsole features an EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate) injection, a lightweight cushioning foam commonly found in sneakers and athletic shoes, making your steps feel light and super cushioned. They are lined with breathable mesh, and contain a Luftcell PU footbed for maximum comfort all day long.
To top it off, these sneaker-boots contain KEEN.Warm charcoal bamboo insulation rated to -4 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 Celsius), meaning that no matter the weather, you'll stay comfy. All of this results in a shoe that lets you flaunt your fashion sense and step confidently in the icy conditions that winter brings, whether you're uptown or up on the mountain!
Caring for your KEEN shoesTo care for your KEEN Elena Mid Sneaker-Boots, you can use a soft-bristle brush to gently clean the surface, or a hand towel to take care of dirt and dust. For staining, it is recommended to use a gum eraser to lightly rub the area, or a mixture of vinegar and water for heavier stains.
Additional BenefitsFor the eco-friendly shopper, this KEEN sneaker-boot also is proud to be crafted with environmentally preferred leather, using only hides from tanneries that have been certified by the Leather Working Group, in an effort to reduce the use of chemicals. It features natural probiotic technology for its anti-odor properties as well, doing away with unnecessary pesticides. KEEN has also switched to PFC-free water repellent technology, removing PFCs (Perflourinated Chemcials) which are harmful to natural ecosystems.
So, now that you're acquainted, why not get a pair for yourself? And for anyone who asks... yes, you can wear sneakers in the winter!