As well as great looks, great build quality, and neat features that work around your feet and your working day, you’re going to need some safety, too. Why? Because any job you do is littered with potential hazards, as you well know. That’s why these Keen Men's ... (see full details) (see specifications) #KEN1011349.
Keen Footwear: Men's 1011349 Black Steel Toe Water-Resistant Work Shoes
As well as great looks, great build quality, and neat features that work around your feet and your working day, you’re going to need some safety, too. Why? Because any job you do is littered with potential hazards, as you well know. That’s why these Keen Men's 1011349 Black Gargoyle Steel Toe EH Shoes are a great choice for the working man who’s looking to stay safe in multiple and unpredictable working conditions.
This premium footwear is constructed from water-resistant full-grain leather, so they’re rugged, feel great when you pull them on, and keep your feet dry. On the inside of these men's shoes it’s a similar story. They’re lined with hydrophobic/hydrophilic two zone comfort technology, so whether it’s coming in or going out, your feet will have the very best chance to stay dry.
But they won’t just be dry, they’ll feel really fresh all day long, too, when you wear this workwear. Why? Because they’ve got EVA dual-density footbeds inside, when it comes time to replace, you can do it in a few seconds. They're removable and metatomical. That’s great thinking because these Gargoyle shoes are really long-lasting.
This black footwear is built with your safety woven into every stitch. That’s why they’ve got asymmetrical left and right steel toes and are backed up with an impressive list of safety certifications. This might seem like a long list of numbers and letters, but they mean you’ll stay safe and on your feet in the work environment when you wear these safety toe shoes.
These exceptional shoes meet and exceed ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 C/75 EH and ASTM F1677-96 Mark II non-slip testing standards. And don’t forget, the outsoles are designed to be non-slip, oil-resistant, and non-marking, so whatever you put them through, they’ll not only look after you, but they’ll look as good as new for longer than you might think.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your pair of these Keen Men's 1011349 Black Gargoyle Steel Toe Non-Slip Shoes today!
3 out of 4 people found this product review helpful.
4 out of 5
Keen work boots...
By: Larry Kasper
These are very comfortable and run true to size. Had them for about a month and a half. I should have bought a half size larger for my foot but the toe box is very comfortable and I have plenty of room. These are probably not for rugged wear but I am in management and we still need to wear steel toes and these are perfect.
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3 out of 5
Look great and feel very comfortable but after 2 weeks the soles were coming apart! Ugh! I work as an order puller so a lot of lifting and walking but no extreme heat or rugged conditions. This was the first work shoe that I've ever tried, usually get boots, I think I'll go back to boots! I have other Keen work shoes and they are great wore for over a year before I needed new!
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4 out of 5
Same style different color, different fit...
They look nice enough to wear casually with some slacks and they are tough enough to put up with a job site. I need the over the ankle shoe type and this works well as a boot substitute for hotter days.
I still own and wear the grey pair I bought of these a few years ago. Yes, they are coming apart (only after years of hard work in crappy conditions). When I say coming apart, the sole is separating as others have talked about but it took more than a year beforehand I saw a hint of that. I've had the grey ones for over two years and they are worn down but wearable. I bought the black ones as a replacement to start their life as casual shoes while I completely destroyed the grey ones. The black ones are the exact same size as the grey but they fit differently. Maybe it's a manufacturing defect/flaw/oddity but they are tighter towards the toe box and have a pressure point that I didn't identify until I had already worn them outside. I don't know if they were working to fix the sole separation issues but these were back ordered for 2 months.
Overall I still like them. They fit but not nearly as perfectly as they grey ones did. The toe box seems smaller than what I've come to expect from Keens (this is my 4th pair).