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They fit well and are nice and wide
My best boots so far!
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 7.25" from arch
- Platform measures approximately 1 inches
- Left and right asymmetrical steel toes
- Oil and slip resistant non-marking rubber outsole
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Get the hard jobs done with the Milwaukee steel-toed work boot Keen Utility. Slip resistant sole. Electrical hazard protection.
From beaches to mountains to city streets, Keen believes the outdoors is anyplace without a ceiling. Keen believes in living a HybridLife, which means being part of a greater community that is full of people who create possibilities, play in the outdoors and care for the world around them.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B009B758GY
- Item model number: Milwaukee 6-Inch Steel Toe-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 12, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Edit: 10/2 changed my review from a three star to a five star. I sent off a warranty claim on their website and within a matter a weeks they approved a $160 credit for a new pair of boots! Keen is awesome in my book and will I continue to buy from them.
I am giving it two stars though, because they are pretty comfortable. But if you need a pair of boots that will last longer than 6-8 months, don’t buy these. Spend the extra $50-$100, and get something better. You’ll end up spending the money anyways. Buy once, cry once.
And then the leather stretches. And that's where the issues begin. The foot bed became way to big. I had to add another insole to fill in the gaps. And before doing this I have had to constantly remove the Keen insoles to clean and deodorize because for some reason. They began to smell like mold. Not sure why when I'm a huge stickler for dry feet and clean dry boots.
Next the soles have begun to break off in pieces and right were some of the rubber changes around the edge of the boots. It has begun to peel away. I haven't contacted Keen yet. But they will definitely be hearing about this.
I have had the boots now for about eight months and they have been great. There are, however, a couple of things that I don't like about them. First of all, the boots are quite heavy relative to other footwear that I have had. But I chalk that up to the boot's strength and durability. The other thing I don't like is the locking eyelet. Sure, it's nice to have it hold the laces in place while you lace up the top, but it wears the laces out quickly. I would personally prefer not to have them on there, but that's just me. Other than that, I think they are great.