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KEEN Men S Highland WP Shoe 10 5 New Black Drizzle
The KEEN Men's Highland WP Shoe is a Hybrid shoe that is one part trail and one part street. The leather Upper brings in the style while providing durable protection against trail debris. Walk with confidence in this low-profile shoe ankles moving easily and an EVA Outsole that cushions and grips. The cinchable lacing system is quick and easy so you can take off for work just as quick as you will the trail. Features of the KEEN Men's Highland WP Shoe Waterproof premium leather Upper Lace-lock bungee system Removable luftcell PU insole for long-lasting comfort High-rebound EVA Midsole Abrasion-resistant EVA Outsole Keen. dry waterproof breathable membrane Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery
Gary: After the water boils, the cover to the pouring spout gets very hot and you really can't touch it without getting burned.
Mr. Honesty: I was searching for a more retro style tea kettle but I didn't trust buying an old used one. I decided on this kettle because I like the design. I was specifically looking for a kettle that had no plastic...which I think makes anything look cheap and ugly. I would have preferred an explicitly retro design but I think this is a great purchase anyway.The whistle doesn't work, but I bought it for the design and didn't even know it was supposed to have a whistle.
Night Owl: It is both outrageous and perplexing that a previously reputable company like Chantal (I do have some great Chantal pots that have served me well for many years, and I love them) would stoop so low as to have rusting parts in its kettles' whistles. Message to Chantal: If you can't equip your kettles with working whistles, get out of the kettle-selling business.
Noni: I wanted a copper tea kettle for years and finally got this one. On washing it out for the first time, I found on drying it that if you rub a damp tissue around the seams on the inside where the bottom meets the sides and where the spout meets the body, you will see dark-colored gunk coming off on the tissue. I washed it over many times, but it didn't go away. I wrote the company, and in the reply, they indicated that it shouldn't be doing it, and it was indeed an unhealthy situation if it was. I probably should have sent it back to them and try to get a refund, but I just threw it away, having never used it. If you own one of these, try the damp tissue test and please comment and let me know if you have the same issue.
N. Silver "Cats Rule!": I bought this kettle in September of 2009, so I've had it for about 1 1/2 years...not veryt long for an expensive tea kettle.Today I flipped up the whistle and the whistle "innards" flew all about. There are two tiny parts, a screw and a spring, both rusted out, which could easily have gone unnoticed back into the teakettle and have been a choking hazard. As it is there is no way to reinstall the whistle part and I'm lucky I found the spring, tenuously hanging from the spout cover, before it dropped back into the pot.Beautiful to look at, but it shouldn't have failed in this way and so soon after purchase.