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KEEN - Damaya Lattice Sandal - Women's

KEEN Damaya Lattice Sandal - Women's

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Tech Specs

Upper Material:
polyester webbing
microfiber, EVA
Arch Support:
Recommended Use:
casual, flatwater paddling, hiking, ocean paddling, river paddling
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Damaya Lattice Sandal

Comfort, traction, support, and style come together in the Keen Damaya Lattice Sandal. A little more fashion-forward than some of Keen's models, the Damaya maintains the technical capability you expect from these sandals. From the EVA cushioning and rubber outsole to the webbing that conforms to your foot's unique shape, this sandal is ready to take on wet and dry adventures, and head into town with you afterward.

  • Technical sandal with street-worthy style
  • Polyester webbing stretches slightly for comfort
  • EVA underfoot provides cushion and support
  • Microfiber footbed lining is soft against your skin
  • CleanSport NXT treatment resists the buildup of odor
  • Lace-Lock bungee system customizes the fit

Holes In Inner Lining After Two Days

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought these specifically for a backpacking trip to Havasupai Falls. I did not wear them to hike in, but did wear them at the campsite upon arrival and for hikes within the canyon during our 4 day stay. I loved almost everything about them except for one major downfall. They had holes in the inner lining on the second day! This caused sand and small rocks to get stuck under the lining, and was extremely uncomfortable to walk around in, not to mention quite a task to get them out. They did not easily shake out. I had to take them off and work at it, only to get more in almost immediately. The only other con was that they didn't have very good traction for slippery terrain. I did manage to not fall but had to be extra cautious due to this.

As for the things I loved, they were very lightweight (great for backpacking), had great arch support, and thick soft heel straps that kept me from getting any blisters even with hiking. I liked that they were open toed and easy to adjust the tightness with a bungee strap (I didn't want Velcro).

I would only recommend them if you will not be using them in sandy areas. I suspect the sand is what caused the holes to form so quickly, but I think with normal use the lining would still eventually wear in high friction spots. Overall I am disappointed because I expect better quality from Keen.

One last note, I have several pictures but I can only add one.

Holes In Inner Lining After Two Days