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KEEN Women S Terradora II Vent Shoe 6 Blue Nights Redwood
The KEEN Women's Terradora II Vent Shoe is a hiking shoe to keep your feet breathing comfortably. Designed for warm weather tie the lace and get on the trails. The 4mm multi-directional lugs and KEEN. ALL-TERRAIN Outsole deliver traction while a shank underfoot provides stability without the weight. The mesh lining combined with mesh exterior keeps feet from overheating as you hike more miles.Features of the KEEN Women's Terradora II Vent Shoe Removable Dual-Density Footbed with arch support for long-lasting comfort Low-Density EVA Midsole caters to a woman's foot KEEN.all-terrain rubber Outsole for Higher-traction grip Anatomical flex grooves for natural movement 3mm Multi-directional lugs for traction Stability shank delivers lightweight support KonnectFit heel-capture system for a locked-in feel Eco anti-odor for freshness PFC-Free durable water repellent Performance mesh Upper with overlays for lightweight support Breathable mesh lining Notch in back for achilles comfort
Lisa H: These cutters are easy to work with and are nicely sized for most cakes. I just put a little crisco on my hands and rub it on the bottom of the cutters before I use them and the gumpaste / fondant falls right out easily.
L J Gadala: Terrific for many kinds of cookies and art projects. Strong and durable. Wash up beautifully. Don't hesitate to buy these.
Louis Gedo: Stainless hexagon cutters...they do what they're designed to and they appear to be well made. Becareful after you heat them...they get deceptively hot.
Love to Cook: I use these for my sandwiches and bento box lunches. I like to cut patterns out of white and wheat bread and mix the colors of breads, and I also use these to cut various circles in cheeses, lunch meats and veggies, to make abstract art salads. They also come in handy for decorating bento box art- because circles are often the basis for various designs I make. You do need to keep these dry, so wipe them off carefully. I saved some of those packets that dehydrate things (the kind you find in the bottom of the jerkey package, for example, that say DO NOT EAT)- and I put that in the tin with the cutters. So far no rust, and I use these little guys constantly. I especially like how deep these cut, as some cutters aren't quite deep enough for making sandwich art- and some thick breads are too deep to cut through.hmmm- it won't let me add a link. So if you want to see the pictures of what this and other Amazon cutters can do, google "A year of lunches"- my sopressata roll up was the first link that came up for me.
Lynn N: Nice, compact little set of cutters. Love the fact that they all fit inside of each other in a container with a lid. Work like a charm as well.