KEEN Rivington CNX

After my Boots to Fall For feature last year, it was time to get thinking spring, especially with the snow clearing out of Vancouver for hopefully the last time this winter.

Keen Rivington MJ CNX-1

Keen recently sent me a colorful pair of Rivington MJ CNX shoes from their Spring 2014 collection. This lightweight mary jane’s got support and style to match. There’s a contoured arch to give your mid foot extra support, a lightweight midsole for comfort, and the trademark flex grooves on the sole for grip.

Keen Rivington MJ CNX-3

KEEN Rivington CNX

A full-grain upper meets the KEEN.ZORB footbed, adding to easy walking by way of a metatarsal ridge. The shoe’s available in Bossa Nova red, Tawny olive (yellow/tan), Brindle (light khaki), and black, each one sporting complimentary leather accents.

Keen Rivington MJ CNX-2

The nice part about this shoe is the multi-colored band (available on the Bossa Nova and Tawny Olive models).

Not only does it contain enough colors to coordinate with a variety of outfits, but its gentle elastic conforms to the upper part of your foot. If the colors aren’t your thing, stick with either black or brindle. They’ve both got the same comfort with a solid-colored band.

Keen Rivington MJ CNX-1

I’m taking these cute shoes out around the city as the weather’s getting milder. They look great dressed down with jeans as well as with black tights for contrast.

Keen Rivington MJ CNX-2

Lots of light colors in the band will allow both pastels and spring/summer outfits to match nicely. I imagine they’d be easy-going enough for a bike ride too.

Keen Rivington MJ CNX-4

The Rivington MJ CNX retails for $100 CDN and is available online.

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