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Keen 1007024 - Pittsburgh

 
Steel Toe
 
Waterproof
 
6-Inch
 $209.95 USD
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

  • Nubuck, waterproof leather upper
  • KEEN.Dry waterproof, breathable membrane lets vapor out without letting water in
  • KEEN.Key-tech full length TPU interlocking torsional plate
  • Removable metatomical dual density EVA footbed
  • Oil- and slip-resistant non-marking rubber outsole
  • Lining with hydrophobic/hydrophilic 2-zone comfort technology
  • Dual density compression molded EVA and PU midsole
  • Locking metal lace hooks
  • Reflective webbing for additional visibility
  • 90 degree heel
  • Cleansport NXT for natural odor control
  • Left and right asymmetrical steel toes
  • Meets ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 1/75 C/75 EH standards
  • Imported
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REVIEWS
5 stars  5/5
Most comfortable boots I’ve owned.

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Amazing boot. Once broke in they feel like tennis shoes. Not mad at these one bit.
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5 stars  5/5
Impressive comfort you should try it!

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I bought this pair of boots a year ago after extensive research and also compared with other brands like Cat and Timber, which I have wear before. Reviews did not help much; it was more like a leap of faith. First impression, package arrived a day or two earlier. Second, boots looked great and tough. Third, true fit and comfortable. I can walk the entire day with no problem. Overall, I'm very pleased with this pair of boots. I will buy it again when the time comes. Still looking great after a year of everyday use. I work as a repair tech with industrial equipment. It means bending, crawling, kicking, being exposed to slippery areas, and a lot of walking every day. A bit heavy boots, but nothing I cannot handle.
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4 stars  4/5
Good overall boot, but the tongue is bothersome

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I bought these boots last fall during your Black Friday sale, after noticing many people at multiple job sites in various working conditions (paper and lumber mills, packaging production, metal fabrication, etc) using them, and after reading generally positive reviews regarding their versatility and durability. While I haven't worn these every day, especially during our summer heatwaves, they have been my everyday work boot for field service, shop work, and office work- and I've often kept them on long after getting home or used them on my days off. I did also purchase the K20 outsoles, because the ones that come with your work boots and shoes are unacceptably thin and provide absolutely ZERO arch support. With the outsoles, these are easily the most comfortable work boots I've ever worn from Keen, even compared to smaller models (whose outsoles I've also had to replace with aftermarket ones). Only in the last month or so has there been any significant wear on the soles, but not to the point of falling apart or causing discomfort yet. The upper materials have held up greatly (I've applied mink oil a couple of times), and the waterproofing is still effective eleven months in. The two main issues keeping my review at four rather than five stars, are the aforementioned lack of arch support (which seems to be a recurring problem in the entire Keen Utility line), and the tongue having a tendency to bunch up. The bunching up on the tongue changes the fit around the ankle throughout the day, which can cause stability issues or catch debris behind it. I saw a review where another customer doubled up the lacing in the top eyelets, which I started doing recently. While that has worked, it seems like the eyelets are being pulled harder from the collar just to alleviate a poor tongue design that shouldn't require additional stress on the eyelets to manage. Back to the arch support issue, it seems that Keen designs work boots for people with flat feet- which most people do not have- and having to purchase additional insoles at this price point almost feels like a punishment or slap in the face to the working-class people these boots are made for. Granted, the mid/outsoles haven't led to nearly the amount of lateral wear I experienced with the Boulder lows and Lansing mids (whose mid/outsoles absolutely SUCK for work shoes and need to be retired IMMEDIATELY), but recently have been subject to some lateral wear themselves. If you were to fix the crappy tongue design and provide at least SOME arch support, these would be the perfect work boot. While the Pittsburgh boots have served me well, I may look at other models for my next general work use unless those design flaws are fixed.
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4 stars  4/5
Comfortable boots, but...

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I love the comfort of Keen boots. I'm on my feet 12 hours a day and these boots are great. I have noticed the last couple times that I've ordered them that they have not held up as well as in the past. Last pair was a little over month old when an eyelet popped off. The customer service is excellent and Keen quickly sent me a replacement pair so no harm done. The 1 year warranty is a nice selling point and hope to continue to purchase from Keen. Just want to see how the new pair holds up.
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5 stars  5/5
Beaut Boot

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excellent boot. always is. comfort of a slipper, durability of rhino skin. i was bummed however i did not receive a keen sticker in my boot box. maybe next time.
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5 stars  5/5
Woodchuck

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They are fine, just a little stiff.
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5 stars  5/5
Great boots for field geologists

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I've owned about 5 pairs of the Keen workboots like the Pittsburgh. They are excellent hiking boots with good support, traction, a wide toe-box, secure lacing, and great longevity in the uppers. I wear a 10.5 and they fit perfectly out of the box. Nice and waterproof, which is important to me because i spend a lot of time on acid leach-heaps. The soles end up coming apart on me because i frequently walk over very sharp material on the pads carrying heavy geophysical equipment. Stitching has been bomber and the eyelet hardware has never failed on me. I'll totally buy another pair after i've worn these out. The price has jumped up quite a bit in the last 2 years, they were about 170 pre-covid. I do upgrade the inserts as the sock-liners they come with are a bit flat for my arch.
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4 stars  4/5
Great durable boot

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These are like wearing a rugged slipper. More comfortable than sneakers. Weight is okay, durability has been great so far it’s been about 7 months but I rotate boots. I went through about 5 St. Paul’s in two years and these are a much better quality. My one gripe is the tongue, I use chainsaws all day and because the tongue sticks out I get saw dust in my boots all the time if my pants aren’t over the boots, would love to see the tongue become thinner and wider so they stay in the boot and don’t pop out. Other than that these cannot be beaten
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5 stars  5/5
4th pair in 5 years

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Best boots I've ever owned for pounding the feet on concrete 12 - 14 hours a day. Durable and lightweight with plenty of cushion for a lot of daily walking.
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5 stars  5/5
True fit, comfy as hell

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I work construction, long hours on my feet, multitude of surfaces. Rebar, mud, rocks, etc. Very comfortable, got 2 yrs of hard use out of these, now they are dying a slow horrible death. Time for a new pair
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4.7 stars  4.7 out of 5
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