Who should buy the KEEN Terradora II Vent

The KEEN Terradora II Vent is a perfect hiking shoe for:

  • female hikers and outdoor enthusiasts
  • multi-day hiking on dry and mild weather conditions

KEEN Terradora II Vent KEEN Terradora II Vent

Maximum breathability and traction 

This vented version of the women-specific Terradora features a breathable mesh upper for maximum breathability when the days are hot and humid.

KEEN Terradora II Vent breathable mesh upper

It also boasts of enhanced traction with the integration of the KEEN.ALL-TERRAIN rubber outsole.

Terradora II Vent delivers lightweight cushioning

The single-density EVA midsole delivers lightweight cushioning while dual-density EVA footbed provides more comfort and arch support.

The KEEN Terradora II Vent women's hiking shoe is designed using a gender-specific last to ensure that it meets the unique shape and support requirements of a female foot. It's a low-cut style that guarantees freedom of movement around the ankle.

KEEN Terradora II Vent low cut design

Comfortable and secure fit 

For a comfortable and secure fit, this shoe features the KonnectFit heel-capture system which consists of a free-moving cord system that allows a personalized, foot-hugging fit when the shoe is laced up.

KEEN Terradora II Vent comfortable and secure fit 

It works by pulling the heel back and into the heel cup, keeping the foot secure and comfortable inside the shoe. 

Promotes stability and ground connection 

According to KEEN, this technology helps reduce common fit challenges like friction and heel slippage. It also promotes stability and ground connection.

KEEN Terradora II Vent promotes stability

Designed for varying terrain, the Terradora II Vent is equipped with the KEEN.ALL-TERRAIN rubber outsole made of durable and sticky rubber compound. 

Performs well on muddy trails

It features a lug depth of 4mm which is somewhat aggressive. Its tread pattern is comprised of different lug shapes that are strategically placed throughout the sole.

KEEN Terradora II Vent lug depth

The wide spaces in between the lugs ensure that no thick mud or large chunks of trail debris gets stuck in between. There's also a siping from the tip of the forefoot to the heel which helps in the extraction of water in case the wearer steps into a puddle.

Soft underfoot support

For the midsole, this women-specific hiker from KEEN uses a single-density EVA midsole that offers soft and comfortable underfoot support.

KEEN Terradora II Vent midsole

One of the biggest advantages of EVA is its lightness. Thus, it makes for a lightweight hiking shoe without sacrificing the cushioning and underfoot protection.

Highly breathable 

This hiking shoe also uses a dual-density EVA footbed for added comfort and arch support.

KEEN Terradora II Vent highly breathable

Designed for hiking in the summer, the KEEN Terradora II Vent features a highly breathable performance mesh upper with overlays for lightweight support. 

KEEN Terradora II Vent is best for mild weather conditions

The interior has a mesh lining that is soft on the skin. Since it doesn't have a waterproof membrane, this hiker is best suited for dry and mild weather conditions.

KEEN Terradora II Vent traditional lace system

Completing the upper is a traditional lace-up closure for a secure fit. There is also a pull tab at the back of the collar for easy on and off.

Facts / Specs

Weight: Women 12oz
Use: Day Hiking
Cut: Low cut
Features: Lightweight / Breathable / Orthotic friendly / Removable insole
Width: Narrow, Normal / Normal
Material: Rubber sole, Mesh upper / Fabric

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Over the past 20 years, Paul has climbed, hiked, and run all over the world. He has summited peaks throughout the Americas, trekked through Africa, and tested his endurance in 24-hour trail races as well as 6 marathons. On average, he runs 30-50 miles a week in the foothills of Northern Colorado. His research is regularly cited in The New York Times, Washington Post, National Geographic, etc. On top of this, Paul is leading the running shoe lab where he cuts shoes apart and analyzes every detail of the shoes that you might buy.