We make the warranty process simple and easy so you can get back to your adventures. No need to send the product in physically, all you need to do is follow the link below to submit our online warranty claim form.
Still need help?
Our warranty team is here to assist!
Phone - 1.855.553.0674
Email - email@example.com
How do I exchange my warranty order?
If you made an order using a warranty voucher and need to return it for any reason, please contact us at 866-676-5336 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be happy to help out. Please note that returns for warranty items must be made within 30 days of ordering, and the item(s) must be returned in new condition. Warranty orders can be exchanged for a different size in the same style, or returned for a new voucher.
KEEN Product Warranty
We stand behind all KEEN products and guarantee them to be free from manufacturing defects for one year from the confirmed date of purchase. We ask that you please keep your sales receipt as verification of your purchase!
If your KEEN product fails because of a defect in material quality or workmanship, we ask that you contact the KEEN retailer of your original purchase to quickly resolve the issue prior to contacting us.
Warranty Replacement Policy
- Approved warranty product is replaced at the discretion of KEEN
- All cash refunds must be obtained through the original purchaser
- Warranty is only valid to purchases made from an authorized KEEN dealer
- KEEN is not responsible for any cost, or damages, incurred due to loss of use of the product
- Product worn past the point of it being able to be repaired voids warranty coverage
- You will need to keep possession of your shoes until you receive confirmation from us that your warranty claim has been completed
- If your claim is approved, you will receive a product voucher in the amount of the original purchase price to use on www.keenfootwear.com or a replacement product (same or comparable) at the discretion of KEEN
- A product voucher may not be combined with any other discounts or promotions
- Coverage ends when you transfer product
- All KEEN warranty decisions are final
What is Not Covered
- Frayed webbing, worn stitching and worn soles due to normal wear
- Damage that is a result from misuse, normal wear and tear or damage occurred during storage
- Broken or damaged laces, lace retention devices and worn soles
- Product acquired from aftermarket sources such as online auction sites, liquidators, consignment shops, private sellers, salesman samples, promotional products and final sale discontinued product
- Improper fit. Fit is the responsibility of the owner and should be assured before purchasing the product
- Comfort issues
- Any footwear which is more than 2 years after the manufacturing date
- Products with labels removed
- Items acquired from KEEN Footwear to satisfy previous warranty claims
Where is my product tag number?
Your product tag number is located inside the shoe, printed near the size. It will be in the format of 2-3 letters followed by 4 or 6 numbers, whereas the seven-digit number to the left that starts with a '10' will be the style number
What is a product tag number?
Your product tag number tells us when and where your shoes were manufactured, so we can verify the origin of your product. We ask for this tag number on our product warranty claim form and it allows us to more quickly get you out a replacement!
What if I can’t read the numbers on my tag?
Don’t worry! We understand that over time the tag can wear away, making it difficult to read the numbers. However, you must include some information in the ‘product tag number’ text-box on our warranty claim form or else the claim will not submit. Therefore, if the tag is completely worn off, please put "not legible" or "worn-off" in that field.
Can I submit a warranty claim without a receipt?
Do not fear, we have options for you! Our warranty team will accept the following in place of a receipt:
- Copy of a debit/credit statement
- Order invoice or online order confirmation
- Screenshot of your digital bank statement
If you don’t have any of these, you’re still welcome to file a claim. In the “Photo of Receipt” box, please upload a photo of the size tag from the inside of the shoe. This isn’t a replacement for the proof-of-purchase, but it can help our warranty team determine when and where the product was made. Please note that in the absence of valid proof of purchase, the claim’s approval or denial is subject to the discretion of the warranty manager.
How do I get replacement laces?
We offer a few replacement laces on our website.
Our most popular bungee laces, which are one size fits all, are here: https://www.keenfootwear.com/p/U-BUNGEE-REPLCE-KIT-3MM-SHORT.html
You'll find laces for the Presidio here: https://www.keenfootwear.com/p/U-FLAT-LIFESTYLE-LACE-KIT.html
If you need help choosing a lace, or don't see what you need, feel free to reach out at email@example.com, or call us a 1-866-676-5336.
Don't see what you need?
We also recommend taking a look at ShoeLacesExpress.com
Do you offer replacement insoles?
We're excited to announce we are currently offering replacement insoles through our website. Follow the link below in order to view our selection.
Do you offer repair services?
We do not offer repair services at this time, nor do we have replacement hardware to send out. However, If the shoes are under a year old we would consider replacing them through our warranty program.
Can this be repaired?
If you’re unsure about the issue feel free to email us a photo of the shoe in question and we can provide further assistance – firstname.lastname@example.org
I took my shoes out of storage and the sole fell off!
Believe it or not, your shoes require a little love in order to work properly! If the adhesive used in the out-sole is not flexed or used regularly the bond will dry and crack, which can cause the sole to de-laminate.
For issues like these we typically recommend a glue called 'barge cement' – a marine adhesive that is flexible and waterproof, so it works quite well for this sort of repair.
Why are my KEEN’s squeaking?
Sometimes the insole will rub on the bottom of the shoe and make a squeaky noise! To fix this, you can try removing the insole and rough up the edges and bottom with medium grit sandpaper - you may also try a little talcum powder or corn starch sprinkled inside, which acts as a dry lubricant to reduce friction.
If this does not work, and the shoes are less than a year old, this could be a sign of a failing adhesive and we would consider replacing the shoes under our warranty program