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KEEN Kids Kelsa Tall WP Boot 9 Black Tibetan Red
Features of the KEEN Kids' Kelsa Tall WP Boot Waterproof premium leather and textile Upper Lace-lock bungee system Fleece lining for warmth Luftcell air-injected PU insole for all-day comfort Direct-attach air-injected luftcell PU Midsole for long-lasting cushioning Direct-attach PU Outsole for lightweight durability Integrated heel support structure Keen. dry waterproof breathable membrane Keen.warm Insulation rated to -4°F/-20°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control
Lisa Rivera "Lisa Reviews": This is the first non stick baking sheet I have owned. What a find ! The baking is even and quick. I used parchment paper and had no problems with clean up. The weight and color of the pan is wonderful and comes with a 25 year warranty on workmanship. I bake everyday and anticipate no problems.As to the glue issue, there was a little on the pan but pulled up with little effort. (I suppose the cold weather helped with this.)Happy Baking !
MH in Ca "MH in CA": The pans are good quality and heavy but not as stiff as I had thought.Glue is annoying but I got it off in a few steps:1) Take the label off. Some paper and glue will remain stuck.2) Wash with hot soapy water using soft sponge to get paper off and use finger to push/peel off as much of glue as possible.3) Dry thoroughly with paper towel.4) (Optional) Use nail polish remover and cotton balls to remove most of the glue.5) Use a good quality packing tape (e.g. Clear 3M Scotch tape) and stick the tape over the glue area and pull off to remove the glue. Do this under good light so you can see the dullness of the adhesive layer on the surface. Repeat as many times as necessary until the surface is uniform (no more trace of glue). Give it a final soapy wash.If step 5 is not satisfactory, do step 4 then 5. (Repeat as needed).My pan surfaces are pristine and I can't tell where the glue used to be.
S. Breeze: This pan bakes evenly and doesn't scorch the bottoms of cookies, like most dark or nonstick baking sheets do. I find if I use enough oil, it also does a great job of roasting veg without them sticking to the pan; they caramelize nicely in some places but they don't burn.My only complaint would be that the pan does buckle sometimes, at temps of 400 or above. It tends to not do it, though, if I put the pan in the oven when I turn the oven on (not for cookies, of course).
SecretAsianMan: I don't understand why these sheet pans have such glowing reviews (they are the reason why we bought them). These half sheet pans are terrible!The good news is that they are sturdy with rolled edges and feel very substantial.The bad news is that the surface seems to flake bits of itself all over your hands, food, and cooking surfaces. After picking them up with bare hands, my hands are completely coated in grey powder that takes some serious scrubbing to get out. Our oven mitts are stained badly with it. Any food that comes in direct contact is covered in it, and I don't know how safe it would be to eat.We've only had these half sheet pans a short time, and they've been used less than maybe 20 times, but they are going in the trash.
Slartibartfast: There are times when you need a baking sheet that you don't have to worry about marring the non-stick coating while cutting (e.g pizza). This is an excellent heavy-duty sheet.