The “Milo” Disc Golf Shoe From Keen

Designed to carry disc golfers through even the most demanding of conditions, the MILO Disc Golf Shoe features KEEN.DRY waterproof barrier, reinforced toe bumpers, asymmetrical lacing and superior grip properties keeping your feet dry, protected and in place.


– KEEN.DRY™ Waterproof Breathable Membrane
– Anti-Bunch Asymmetrical Flex Lace System
– S3 Heel Support Structure
– Multi-Directional 3 MM Lug Outsole for Traction
– Removable Metatomical Tri-Density Footbed
– KEEN toe protection

Shock, suspension, stability – otherwise known as S3 – is engineered to support the foot on impact, dissipate shock and reduce your odds of twisting an ankle.

A proprietary waterproof, breathable membrane that lets vapor out without letting water in.

This internal support mechanism is anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and cradle the natural contours of the foot

“By far the Best Disc Golf Shoe that I have ever played in. They are extremely comfortable, provide great traction and keep your feet dry all day long. These shoes are the Real Deal!!!!!” – Avery Jenkins #7495, 2009 Disc Golf World Champion

Only available for sale online at – $110

editors “hands-on” review: Day One – very comfortable straight out of the box. Light. Good fit per size ordered, may even be a little extra in the width (which most men need). Not sure what the Anti-Bunch Asymmetrical Flex Lace System is but despite its funny (off-center/wonky) look, it seems to distribute the lacing tightness over the whole length of the top of the shoe. I find it to be very comfortable design feature. It did though draw three strange looks this morning while shopping at Target. It will be a while to report on wear and tear as the harshest conditions we experience in SoCal is when the grounds crew at our course over waters a smidge. We’ll provide you with first round, fifth round and tenth round impressions in the next few weeks.


2 Responses to “The “Milo” Disc Golf Shoe From Keen”

  1. Disc Golf Shoe? Says:

    If Keen says that these shoes were designed for disc golf, then that is a lie. I own these shoes. I bought them a couple of years ago when they were not called the Milo. They were called the Wasatch Crest WP and were supposed to be designed for hiking and trail running, both of which they are not good for. I noticed a while back that they changed the color of them and put a disc golf symbol on them. This is just marketing B.S. They are not good for disc golf either, as I have tried to play in them. Don’t be fooled. If you want to see for yourselves, search for the Keen Wasatch Crest WP on Google and compare. They are the exact same shoe. I’ve come to believe that this Keen brand might be bunk, and junk. I just don’t want people to waste their money.

  2. golf shoes that are made from natural leather would be my ideal choose whenever i play golf -`*

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