Caution! If you're not wearing KEEN Utility footwear on the job site, you're feet aren't protected as well as they could be. When it's time to resole you need good footwear like these KEEN Utility Footwear Men's Brown California Wedge Work Boots 1007036.
Careful where you step! If you're still wearing old, worn-out soles, you're taking a risk with your feet. These KEEN Utility boots have thick, dependable rubber outsoles. They're oil and slip resistant and non-marking. When you're just starting work on a new construction site, you want soles that are rugged and provide excellent traction. These do. They're flat and won't catch in the workplace, so they're perfect for working on girders or large-scale construction projects. After you're done with the job and feeling proud of what you've accomplished, you don't want to mar the floors with ugly streaks from black-soled boots. These boots' non-marking soles mean that won't happen.
Why spend extra money you don't have to replace boots after the soles have worn out? With these KEEN Utility boots, you won't have to. The soles, which are extremely durable, are attached to the boot upper with Goodyear welt construction. This sole-attachment method ensures that soles can be replaced with ease. The cobbler just removes the welt, a layer of rubber that is stitched to the upper and sole, and takes off the soles. New soles are then attached and new welts are put on. Often, the uppers of boots wear longer than the soles, and just when you've broken the boots in, the soles wear out. You'll save money with this style of KEEN Utility boots because you won't have to replace the boots when the soles go out.
Full-grain, leather uppers make for attractive, comfortable and durable footwear. The peanut brown of these boots has a slightly pebbled finish. The color is warm and hides the dirt. Brass-colored metal hardware compliments the boots. Five metal lacing eyelets and one locking hook at the top of the boot are durable, won't pull out, and grip your bootlaces so they stay tied.
EVA midsoles ensure that these boots give a comfortable fit. EVA is a soft, light and flexible material that's commonly used in boot construction because it cushions your feet when you walk. Comfortable feet are safe feet. When you're working up high, you don't want your feet to slip. The backs of these boots have contoured heel lock technology. That means that the heel areas of the boots curve around your heels to provide a secure fit. This helps keep your feet in place and helps support your ankles.
Since jobsites can get dangerous fast, these KEEN Utility boots meet or exceed the ASTM F2413-11 EH standards for electrical hazard protection from open circuits. You know how it is--one part of the project is further along than another, the wiring is in but not finished, and somehow some wire is accidentally left live. Any level of protection helps, and that's why you should wear EH boots on the job. They provide you wtih a secondary source of protection against electric shock.
Really, you can't find enough ways to protect yourself when you're working construction. The job's tough and often dangerous--that's why you need good footwear like these ~KEEN Utility Footwear Men's Brown California Wedge Work Boots 1007036. Do yourself a favor and order some today.
Sizes Available: D 7-12, 13, 14, 15 I EE 7-12, 13, 14, 15