Women's KEEN Utility 1009875 Atlanta Steel Toe Shoes

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KEEN Utility Women's 1009875 Steel Toe Atlanta Cool Shoes

Women's KEEN Utility 1009875 Atlanta Steel Toe Shoes

~These women's KEEN Utility 1009875 steel toe tennis shoes should really be called the 2 Cool Shoes. That’s because they’re cool for two entirely different reasons. On one hand, they’re cool because they help your feet breathe, and on the other hand they’re cool because of how awesome is it that a protective pair of work footwear can look and feel like athletic footwear! As the manufacturer puts it: these KEEN Utility shoes have the heart of steel toe shoes and the comfort of your favorite weekend women's footwear.

Made of leather and textile uppers, these brown shoes are durable, breathable, and lightweight. The water-resistant leather uppers of these women's shoes help to keep outside moisture and wetness from getting inside. For even more wetness protection, you’ll be pleased with the moisture-wicking mesh lining that pulls sweaty moisture (that normally builds inside work footwear) out and away from your feet. The result is drier, happier feet especially in warmer climates when you wear these steel toe shoes. The leather is also stain-resisting, so they’ll look newer longer.

Featuring removable Metatomical dual-density EVA footbeds, these safety toe tennis shoes are as comfortable as they look. Metatomical footbeds are anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and to cradle the natural contours of the foot. Remove the footbeds of these ESD shoes to give them the occasional cleaning. Torsion stability ESS shanks work in conjunction with the footbeds to further lift and support your arches to reduce foot pain. These were also made with women's specific lasts, so they have better comfort and fit.

With the utmost safety in mind, these slip-resistant shoes feature a uniquely anatomically correct steel-toe design that provides roomier toe boxes and maximum comfort. The steel toe caps meet ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 and C/75 standards. Your toes will be protected from heavy objects and equipment that rolls or falls on your feet when you wear these Atlanta shoes. If you work around electricity or electronic equipment you need to protect yourself and your equipment. In addition to the steel toes, they’re also electrostatic dissipative, which means they’re made to reduce the accumulation of static electricity.

To help keep you steadier on your feet, especially when walking on slick work floors, these KEEN Utility shoes have oil- and slip-resistant non-marking rubber outsoles. These hardworking outsoles even wrap up and over your toes for ultimate protection. Reflective webbing adds another layer of additional safety to these oil-resistant shoes. Just because the sun starts to set doesn't mean you’re done for the day. The reflective webbing helps to keep you more visible. With the secure fit lace capture system, you can adjust how tight or loose you like your water-resistant shoes to be tied.

If you thought it was impossible to own a pair of work footwear that have the heart of a steel toe safety with the comfort of athletic shoes, think again. The KEEN Utility 1009875 steel toe Atlanta Cool ESD shoes proves you can have both in the same pair. Get yours from today!

Manufactured Sizes: M 5-11 | W 5-11

Detailed Product Specifications

Sole Construction
Direct Attach (Chemically Bonded)
Sole Material
Toe Type
Steel Safety Toe- ASTM F2413-05 M I/75 C/75
Tread Pattern
Hooks / Eyelets
Leather and Nylon
Slip Resistant
Not Waterproof
Electro Static Dissipative (ESD)
Oil Resistant
Removable Footbed
Padded Collar
Not Padded

Additional Product Features

  • Slip Resistant
  • Electro Static Dissipative (ESD)
  • Oil Resistant
  • Removable Footbed
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