KEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal

KEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal

KEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal

KEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Very cute and no rubbing or blisters. We usually wear the closed toe, but these were a nice little change of pace.I got the bright blue with the rainbow tie dye trim....love the color and will be able to pass down to my daughter after my son outgrows them.I would say, these are definitely not sturdy enough for hiking (which should be a no brainer because they are open toe), but perfect for the splash pad and backyard.award,philadelphia mall,los angeles mallKEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal
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  • Made in USA or Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • NO-FUSS FIT: Easy-on for them made with a wide, adjustable hook-and-loop strap to help them gear up and get out the door fast; An ergonomic toe notch offers added dexterity for better balance
  • BETTER THAN BAREFOOT: Open-toe freedom for more wind in their toes with support and protection underfoot; Built with a lateral support to help stabilize the ankle and heel
  • MATERIAL: Sprinkler-ready and crafted with quick-dry performance nylon and lining; Non-marking rubber outsoles are extremely lightweight and leave no trace or imprints when walking indoors
  • CARE TIPS: Washable and water-ready, the Knotch River jumps into puddles and comes out of the washing machine ready for the next adventure; Use a small amount of detergent, wash on gentle cycle and air dry
  • WARRANTY: KEEN is committed to ensuring our products are free from manufacturing and material defects for one full year from the day you buy it from an authorized KEEN reseller – some limitations apply
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Product description

Kids love being barefoot. So, we took our quick-dry water shoe and opened things up. For more wind in their toes (and less stink) and a lightweight, easy-on design. The wide, adjustable strap hugs their feet for a cozy feel and helps them gear up and get out the door fast. Made with durable, nylon and featuring a moisture-wicking lining, the Kid’s Knotch River Open Toe Sandal is built off KEEN’s traditional wider footwear form to allow for room to grow. KEEN products are consciously created using a natural, probiotic-based technology for breaking down odor in sweat, preventing stink. KEEN products are consciously created using PFC-free water repellent (in applicable styles) and leather sourced from Leather Working Group (LWG)-certified tanneries. KEEN makes shoes to make a difference. As a brand born for life outside, KEEN has a responsibility to protect and conserve the places where all people live, play and work with no ceiling. KEEN is committed to ensuring our products are free from manufacturing and material defects for one full year from the day you buy it from an authorized KEEN reseller. Some limitations apply. For details, be sure to carefully read the terms and conditions of KEEN’s warranty policy.

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KEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal

KEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Very cute and no rubbing or blisters. We usually wear the closed toe, but these were a nice little change of pace.I got the bright blue with the rainbow tie dye trim....love the color and will be able to pass down to my daughter after my son outgrows them.I would say, these are definitely not sturdy enough for hiking (which should be a no brainer because they are open toe), but perfect for the splash pad and backyard.award,philadelphia mall,los angeles mallKEEN Unisex-Child Knotch River Open Toe Sandal