Keen Men's CHICAGO 6" Internal MET Guard

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Keen Men's CHICAGO 6" Internal MET Guard WaterProof mens safety work boot

This carbon-fiber toed work boot will quickly become the favorite tool. Packed with features, like a flexible internal metatarsal guard, KEEN.ReGEN midsole, and KEEN.DRY, this boot is job site ready 365 24/7.

Features

  • Left and right asymmetrical, non-metallic carbon-fiber toes offer unobtrusive fit and are 15% lighter than steel
  • KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Electrical hazard (EH) rated - providing a secondary source of protection in case of accidental contact with live electrical circuits
  • Heat resistant, rubber outsole rated up to 572° F / 300° C
  • ASTM/CSA-Certified, internal, metatarsal guard is flexible and lightweight for comfort, but hardens and protects upon direct impact
  • 90° heel (5/8" Height) provides stability and helps "catch or lock" the foot in place
  • 100% non-metallic construction for easily passing through metal detectors in highly-secured areas
  • Nylon shank for midfoot support
  • KEEN.ReGEN: A lightweight, compression-resisting midsole providing 50% more energy return than standard EVA foam
  • Contoured heel lock helps "lock" is anatomically shaped, "locking" it in place and reducing heel slip

Material

  • Waterproof Leather Upper
  • Oil- and slip-resistant non-marking rubber outsole
  • KEEN.ReGEN: A lightweight, compression-resisting midsole
  • Mesh & Moisture-Wicking Textile Lining
  • Removable metatomical PU footbed

Technologies

  • KEEN.Dry
    A proprietary waterproof, breathable membrane that lets vapor out without letting water in.
  • Left and Right Asymmetrical Safety Toe
    Uniquely anatomically correct steel, aluminum, & composite toe designs provide a roomier toe box and maximum comfort. Meets ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 and C/75 Standards.
  • Electrical Hazard
    Provides a secondary source of protection when outsole accidentally comes in contact with live electrical circuits, helping to reduce the potential of electric shock.