KEEN Men’s Barkley Shoe, Made in USA
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Fits 1/2 size smaller than standard size
So that means if you have a normal shoe size of 10.5 you would order 11? Or 10? Perhaps an example would make this more clear.
Zappos has a handful of good reviews
“Fit tip: This shoe runs about a half-size short. KEEN recommends ordering a half-size up from your normal size (if you normally wear a 10, order a 10.5).”
Time to check out the product page
great - finally a shoe in size 14 and they want me to order up a half-size…
Anybody know how the fit compares to the Keen Briggs (traditional style footbed) shoe? They don’t make the style my husband wears anymore and he’s on his last pair of e-bay leftovers and looking for a new style. He’s tried a few other Keen mens styles and didn’t like how they fit, but he has not tried this one.
Keen’s usually run about a half size short. So go up a half size.
I love keen. Made in usa (my own city even!) Very comfortable very high quality… my only problem with them is why are they so dang ugly?? I hope I’m in the minority here but I don’t think I am.
Soo, what are the colors and widths?
Kind of hard to “order 1/2 up” as they take the time to mention when they don’t offer 1/2 sizes.
Would love a pair of these for my size 14’s, but it sounds like it will be a hassle to get a proper fit.
Being that they are USA made, can someone explain why they couldn’t just offer their shoes in standard sizing?
I’m speculating here based on more than a year in a pair of Keen Dry low shoes (which still look and feel fantastic, despite having carried me on many hikes and other outings). Since Keen builds a wider footbed, they simply don’t need to be as long as conventional shoes. Many shoes are so narrow and/or tapered in design that they need to have extra length to avoid painful squishing.
I wear a 10.5 US normally, and I’m wearing a 10.5 Keen. The length is barely adequate, such that my longest toe lightly contacts the front of the shoe, but I’ve never suffered a single moment of discomfort in these shoes. They’re designed to fit the human foot, and not just to look spiffy.
My advice is to order your normal size unless your normal size is already borderline snug/short in other shoes, in which case you’d bump half a size.
Can you guys keep more size 13 in stock, not even 8am my time and they already sold out.
I bought a pair last fall, for about twice the price, and I love 'em. The fit is very close to my other pairs of Keens–they’re maybe a titch narrower, though plenty wide for my borderline E/EE dawgs. I wear orthotics, which fit these just fine after removing the original Keen footbed. I like the monochrome look–a bit more dressy/less outdoorsy, perfect for casual Friday.
Of course size 13 is one of the first to sell out
Weight: 14.9 oz/422 g
Type: Casual Shoes
Activities: City Streets
Weather: Light Rain - not for puddles
American Built: Casual
This style is running a 1/2 size small.
We suggest ordering a 1/2 size larger than your usual size!
Rubber: Non-marking rubber outsole
Measurement Note: Our measurements were taken using a Men’s size 9 US (42.0 EU). Measurements may vary by size.
I have 2 pair of Keens, never had a fit problem. I order the same size as I would with any other brand. I ordered these the same way…hoping I don’t get burned.
Width is standard unless we state otherwise. Colors- there’s just the one pictured available.
Sums it up nicely… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoXORtIibwQ