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Men's Keen Utility Steel Toe Waterproof Eh Lansing Hiker

style 1022098
Color: Brown
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Waterproof and breathable, these steel toe work boots were designed for all-day comfort, support, and stability on the job.

Reflective safety features run the entire length of the shoe for added visibility.

  • Waterproof leather upper
  • Mesh and moisture-wicking textile lining
  • Torsional stability shank (TSS) for midfoot support
  • Removable metatomical PU footbed
  • Electrical hazard (EH)
  • Oil- and slip-resistant non-marking rubber outsole
  • Reflective webbing for additional safety and visibility
  • Non-mutilating upper reduces the chance of marking or scratching surfaces
  • Cleansport NXT and trade; Technology for natural odor protection
  • Meets ASTM F1677-96 Mark II non-slip testing standards
  • Meets ASTM F2913-17 Satra non-slip testing standards
  • Meets ASTM F2412-17 and F2413-17 M I/75 C/75 EH standards
Electrical Hazard - Electrical Hazard footwear is designed to impede the flow of electricity through the shoe and to the ground, reducing the likelihood of electrocution, in accordance with ASTM F2413-11.
Steel Toe - Steel toe footwear, also known as steel-toed boots or safety boots, is a type of safety footwear that incorporates a reinforced protective cap made of steel in the toe area. This toe cap is designed to provide protection against impact, compression, and other potential hazards in various work environments. Steel toe footwear is commonly worn in industries where there is a risk of heavy objects falling on the feet or where protection against crushing injuries is essential.
Waterproof - Waterproof footwear is designed to prevent water from entering the interior of the shoe or boot, keeping the wearer's feet dry and comfortable in wet and damp conditions. This type of footwear is commonly worn in various work environments, outdoor activities, and recreational settings where exposure to rain, mud, puddles, and wet surfaces is likely.