Mens Solr Sandal Navy/Steel Grey

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Colour Navy/Steel Grey

Size (US) 9.5

SKU 1022431-400-9.5
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All-terrain is great, but this time we went all in on water. SOLR (Sea. Ocean. Lake. River.) is a high-performance men's water shoe with serious amphibious grip and webbing made from recycled plastic bottles (yeah!).


      • Low-profile design is lightweight and flexible for improved ground contact
      • Non-marking rubber outsole leaves no trace

      • TPU upper is water & abrasion-resistant for durable wear
      • Aquagrip rubber with Aqua Stop zonal siping provides maximum traction on wet surfaces
      • EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
      • Quick-dry lining for active use
      • EVA footbed with arch support for all-day comfort

      Product Info


      All KEEN water sandals are machine washable. Use a small amount of detergent, wash on gentle cycle and air dry.


      We've carefully selected leather uppers designed to last. Then again, if you're wearing your KEENs daily, they won't always be scuff and dirt-free. To treat day to day wear and tear, especially on lighter color leathers, we recommend using a leather cleaner and conditioner, found at most footwear dealers and/or shoe repair shops.

      Non-Leather Hiking:

      Gently brush the shoe with a soft bristle brush or hand towel to remove loose dirt and debris. Stains can be treated by lightly rubbing a gum eraser in a circular motion over the location and lightly brushing afterwards. Tough stains can be treated with a mixture of water and a little vinegar on a damp cloth. This process may cause slight discoloration to the area.


      We recommend you clean these products using mild soap and cold water. To remove excess dirt or spot clean, use a stiff brush or soft cloth. Let shoes air dry away from heat.

      How to measure your foot length:

      1. Place a piece of paper against a wall.
      2. Stand on it with your heel against the wall.
      3. Mark where your longest toe ends (both feet).
      4. Measure from the edge of the paper to both marks in centimetres.
      5. Use the longest foot measurement and match it up to our size chart.