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- Nubuck Leather
- Rubber sole
- Contoured heel lock. Medium Duty Shoes.
- Removable metatomical EVA footbed
- Dry-Lex footwear lining
- Oil and slip-resistant non-marking rubber outsole
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KEEN Utility boots feature asymmetrical toe protection specifically made to fit your left and right foot, protecting from the big toe to the little toe. Our larger toe box lets your toes breath and spread out, the way they were meant to, and it allows room to move and flex, preventing pinching when the foot is hyper-flexed.
This internal support mechanism is anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and cradle the natural contours of the foot.
KEEN Utility is one of the only brands that brings the comfort and fit of a hiking boot into every single one of our work boots. The more natural, snug fit in the heel and a more spacious, intuitive toe box creates a one of a kind work shoe.
A waterproof, breathable membrane that lets vapor out without letting water in. Perspiration and moisture naturally produced by your body are able to escape, while at the same time keeping the wet out and keeping your feet dry.
These 1007023 KEEN Men's Pittsburgh Safety Boots have a toughness, and a willingness to tackle a hard day's job. What describes the city of Pittsburgh is also fitting of our new safety boot of the same name. Proven performance powers you through your shifting toes one shoe at a time.™ Weatherproof, with torsional support, steel toes and an outsole that holds firm make this the boot we named for the town famous for getting tough jobs done. Waterproof Nubuck LeatherLining With Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic 2-Zone Comfort TechnologyLocking Metal Hooks and Lacing EyeletsReflective Webbing for Additional SafetyRemovable Metatomical Dual Density EVA FootbedDual Density Compression Molded EVA and PU MidsoleKEEN Key-Tech™ Full Length TPU Interlocking Torsion PlateKEEN.DRY™ Waterproof Breathable MembraneLeft and Right Asymmetrical Steel ToeOil and Slip Resistant Non-Marking Rubber OutsoleSteel Toe Rated ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 C/75 Electrical Hazard90 Degree Heel1007023 KEEN Men's Pittsburgh Safety Boots - Black
Steel, toughness, and a willingness to tackle a hard day's work. What describes the city of Pittsburgh is also fitting for the work boot with the same name from Keen. More than just footwear, this is a tool to get the job done right. With a long list of technology and features, this boot fends off fatigue and preserves your energy so you've got something left in the tank even after your shift is through.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004LE7Y7I
- Item model number: U610
- Date first listed on Amazon: April 19, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Recently I was hired for a Railroad job as a freight conductor, a job that requires many hours of walking outside on various types of terrain. Having had such great success with Keen footwear I decided to invest in a pair Pittsburgh Steel Toe Work Boots. I purchased them through Amazon and like in times past, was satisfied with their fit and comfort right out of the box. I purchased these on August 10, 2016, a relatively short time ago. My first day on the railroad job was August 29, 2016 so I wanted to have them well ahead time to start on the first day. First week on the job was spent in the central office doing paperwork. I began working in the field on September 6, 2016. I was eager to start, especially since I had great footwear and knew that sore feet would not be a problem.
Just yesterday I noticed that the soles are already beginning to deteriorate, crack, and split (see pictures). In just two weeks times the soles look like they will not last a long amount of time. There was nothing in the description on Amazon or the Keen footwear website indicating that these shoes would not and/or should not be used for railroading, walking on ballast (rocks), and other terrain.
I feel that $165 for a pair of work boots is quite pricey especially for a pair of boots whose soles are already breaking down in such a short amount of time. I had no problem paying this amount as I was confident that these Keen Pittsburgh boots would last at least a few months before beginning to break down. I have read that Keen has excellent customer service so I am going to contact them. I am sorely disappointed in these boots. There is no other issue with these boots, perhaps I received a faulty pair. They still deliver on comfort, hands down. Perhaps they are only meant for concrete or flat ground.