KEEN Utility Davenport Mid Waterproof Safety Toe Work Boots for Men
Built to protect with superior comfort, KEEN Utility® Davenport Mid Waterproof Safety Toe Work Boots for Men stand up to tough work conditions all day long. Combining rugged, all leather construction with lightweight composite safety toes and waterproof protection, these tough boots take care of your feet on any worksite, inside or out. Waterproof nubuck leather uppers surround moisture wicking linings and KEEN.Dry waterproof breathable membranes to support and protect feet in dry comfort. Removable metatomical dual density EVA footbeds and PU midsoles under the feet cushion and support on every step, while lightweight TPU shanks stabilize the boots over rough, uneven work surfaces. Anatomically correct, asymmetrical composite toes provide ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 and C/75-rated protection at the worksite while offering a roomier toe box for greater comfort than the standard safety toe work boot. Oil- and slip-resistant non-marking KEEN.Grip rubber outsoles meet ASTM F1677-96 MARK II non-slip testing standards to keep you on your feet. 100% non-metallic construction. Work-friendly 90° heels. Average Weight Per Pair: 3 lbs. 7.2 oz. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: 1016962.
Safe and protective work boots built to provide superior comfort
Oil- and slip-resistant KEEN.Grip rubber outsoles - ASTM-rated slip resistance
Work-friendly 90° heels
100% non-metallic construction
Web ID: 100023858
Rated 1 out of
AT FIRST IT WAS GOODI wore these boots for 3 weeks now the left boot is giving me a blister on my heal. I never had this problem with any other of the keens that i own.
Date published: 2019-07-01
Rated 1 out of
Worst overpaid purchase this year!I have had my boots about 5 months with light to moderate use in South Florida terrain during Spring and Summer. The bottom sole has torn from the instep and rear of the boot. Not before however the composite toe ripped thru the front inside of both toes inconjunction with the sides of the boots blowing out losing complete support on the ankles. I am at the current thought of writing of Keens and also future purchase of any boots from Bass Pro Shop. Obviously everything i was informed of by the Sales dept was woefully wrong and only makes the pair of Marrel mojave hiking boots i bought falling apart that much worse.