KEEN Utility KN1024184 Chicago, Black, Men's, Comp Toe, EH, WP, 6 Inch Boot
Retail Price: $242.00
Leather upper. KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable membrane. Removable metatomical PU footbed. Security friendly. KEEN.ReGEN cushion midsole. Oil and slip resistant rubber outsole is heat resistant to 572 degrees F. 90 degree heel breast. Carbon fiber toe. EH. WP. ASTM F2413-18 M/ I/ C EH compliant.
COMPOSITE TOE / NANO TOE
Compared to their steel toe counterparts the composite toes are manufactured using lightweight materials to make the shoe weigh less while meeting ASTM standards. These shoes meet ASTM F2413-18 I/C standards.
The soles of EH shoes provide a barrier to protect employees from open electrical currents up to 600 volts. EH shoes are often needed in maintenance, welding and engineering positions. All styles marked with the “EH” icon in this catalog meet the ASTM F2413-18 EH standards.
HEAT RESISTANT 572F
These shoes feature outsoles that resist high heat to create a more durable work boot. Heat Resistant: 300C / 572F
Waterproof boots and shoes are constructed to keep the feet dry and comfortable in wet conditions. Waterproof construction requires continuous maintenance and is not guaranteed to remain for the life of the shoe.
Security friendly styles have non-metallic eyelets, hardware, shanks and toe caps for the most sensitive security systems.
Slip resistant safety footwear is the fastest growing segment of the safety footwear industry. For many employers with wet, oily, and/or greasy floors, it is common sense to require slip resistant safety footwear. Slip related injuries can be extremely costly. No shoe is slip proof, however employers who require slip resistant shoes can reduce worker’s compensation claims.
Customer Reviews0% said "Felt true to width"0% said "Felt true to size"0% said "Excellent arch support"
I have owned many different boots in my line of work. I am a food service delivery driver, I move about 25,000 lbs of food out the back of a tractor-trailer, and down a ramp. In rain storms, on greasy kitchen floors at an average of 7 miles per day. After one year, or approx 1,750 miles and 6.25 MILLION pounds of food later, these boots are still worth wearing. It wasn't until the 10th month that I got new insoles, and had to glue the toe of the boot back on( where the sole comes up the toe started to separate). I have never had a shoe hold together this well for this long, I could probably get another 3-4 months out of the tread on the bottom, but my yearly boot allowance is available, so I will keep these in the cab of my truck as an extra pair.
I have had good traction in all situations, all the stitching is holding together, the waterproof is still functional.
Overall rating of 4 star because of the toe separating and needing glue, if they would wrap the toe all the way to the top of the boot (like keen does in most of their styles) i believe the toe would not have this issue. Absolutely recommend, the fact that I am buying twice in a row should be testament enough to the quality of this boot.OverallComfortArch Support: Moderate arch supportSize: Felt a half size larger than markedWidth: Felt true to width