Sure...Keen is using this model of Trail shoe to test the Disc Golf market. I spent some time with them at the Outdoor Retailer convention in Salt Lake City three weeks back, and they are totally committed to working with the disc golf community.
Once their initial stock of Milos is sold, and they believe its worth it, Keen Footwear is planning on doing some serious Research and Development to improve their already very good shoe. In fact, the prototype they are testing as a disc golf shoe is the Gargoyle.
No pun intended, but they shot themselves in the foot by not making a shoe made for disc golf. The Majority of the people who have tried them were not happy. Now I own several Keen shoes (mainly their mules and clogs), but I new they would have to fix certain things to make it a viable disc golf shoe. Since I have played with their previous models and found them to be lacking in some very important areas. Mainly lateal support and fabric rigidity..