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Keen "Gallatin CNX" Water Shoe

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Keen "Gallatin CNX" Water Shoe

Make & Model

Brand:
Keen
Model:
Gallatin CNX
MSRP ($):
110.00

Keen “Gallatin CNX” designed ultralight, full-coverage and go-for-it kayak fishing shoe. The low profile 4mm midsole drop provides midfoot and underfoot support for angler’s natural feeling and secure ground contact as they paddle along the water. Approved quality with affordable price perfect for everyday fishing.

 

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Gallatin CNX

I grabbed a pair of these Gallatin CNX watershoes by Keen at the beginning of the summer. I bought them as replacements for my last pair of watershoes, which were Sperrys. Other than the fact that it took a few trips to break these in, I've found them to be comfortable and fit well.

Recently, I've found myself slipping these on when I need a pair of shoes quickly to make a quick trip to the store. Sometimes, I don't even pull the bungee tight; they still stay very snug on your feet. They do hold a grip well on slippery surfaces, which is always a plus when combat launching!

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Comfortable, Grippy, Secure, Well-Vented
Cons:
Takes a few trips to break-in
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