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KEEN Women S Terradora II WP Lace Boot 8 Pewter Drizzle
Features of the KEEN Women's Terradora II WP Lace Boot Recycled Pet plastic Upper Fleece lining for warmth Thermal heat shield insole captures warmth Low-Density EVA Midsole caters to a woman's foot Keen. freeze rubber Outsole for traction in cold conditions Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Stability shank delivers lightweight support Keen.dry waterproof breathable membrane Keen.warm Insulation rated to -25°F/-32°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Recycled Pet plastic PFC-free durable water repellent
J. Reader "J.R.": I use these knives for everything, and they do the job well. I don't like my knives too sharp that they practically reach out for my skin... These knives are sharp just right and the serration does the rest.
Kathy B: They are lightweight & have a blade I can sharpen myself. This was the 2 things that mattered & the knives do the job.
M. Schroeder "M1S": This is a nice set of steak knives. I am not an advocate for serrated knives, but these knives are great. Henkels in my opinion is loosing their place in the knife business while progressively lowering their quality with inferior lines. I would prefer to have high carbon. Regardless of this, I purchased two sets. Stainless is probabally more practical though as you can dish wash with other silverware. Good feel knives and truly sharp. Rate at 4.5 to 5 stars.
SandraJ "SandraJ": I thought I was buying the same knives I already had (lost a couple) but apparently not.These are not very good at all.They pull/tear at the meat - there is no easy, clean cutting at all.The edges are packed with meat when you're done and it has to be cleaned off by hand.Wish I hadn't waited so long - I should have returned these. Waste of money.First time I've ever been disappointed in a Henckels product in 35 years.
westley: These suck as steak knives. They stay sharp but the way the serration is it rips steak vs cutting it. 4 years later and we still use them, just not as steak knives, bread and cheese knives mainly.