Keen Terradora II women's hikers on four Canadian trails
Back in 2017, Keen rocked the hiking world with the introduction of the Terradora collection. A line of women's hikers. The Terradora was created to offer women a glove-like fit with cushioned support specifically for them.
This spring, the footwear company did it again, releasing an updated version of the groundbreaking hiker. The new Terradora II comes in four different variations: The Terradora II Mid WP ($190), Terradora II WP ($175), and Terradora II Vent ($160) women’s hikers—and the Terradora II Sport ($75) for girls.
“Everything about Terradora is thoughtfully designed for women—from the ground up,” says Clara Kerley, KEEN product line manager. “With Terradora II, we wanted to create an even better experience. More comfort. More traction. More performance. You can stay out there longer with this boot. It has all the versatility and colour of the original. We just gave it more ‘hike.’”
Our gear review team were excited to get their hands on the new Terradora II.
To that end, we decided to send our four pairs for testing in four unique Canadian areas. In a choose-your-own-adventure style gear review, you can choose the one that best fits your own hiking zone, or check out all of our reviews.
On the west coast, Niki Hurst, a trail runner and Get Out There ambassador, put her Terradora boots to the test on the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail.
In the BC interior, Megan Jane tromped the trails of the Kootenay mountains.
Get Out There's Diana Lee and her dog Rex took her Keens for a walk on the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail.
And, Angelia Hughes wanted to see how her Keens would hold up in an urban environment. So, she spent an afternoon in Toronto along Lake Ontario and in High Park.
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