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Men's Mt Vernon 6" (Steel Toe)

$200.00

  • Style #1013258
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Your best bet for medium to heavy-duty jobs. This work boot is waterproof, and the non-slip sole stands up to the slickest work sites. The resilient, shock-absorbing midsole provides comfort that doesn't quit.

  • *Cleansport NXT™ for natural odor control
  • AMERICAN BUILT with materials from around the world
  • Integrated PU heel cushion
  • KEEN.Dry waterproof breathable membrane
  • Left and right asymmetrical steel toe
  • Locking metal hooks and lacing eyelets
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM F1677-96 Mark II non-slip testing standards
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 C/75 EH standards
  • Not compatible with aftermarket insoles or orthotics
  • TPU stability shank

Gently brush the shoe with a soft bristle brush or hand towel to remove loose dirt and debris. Stains can be treated by lightly rubbing a gum eraser in a circular motion over the location and lightly brushing afterwards. Tough stains can be treated with a mixture of water and a little vinegar on a damp cloth. This process may cause slight discoloration to the area.

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A hard-wearing, high-performance work boot.

  • Your best bet for medium to heavy-duty jobs. This work boot is waterproof, and the non-slip sole stands up to the slickest work sites. The resilient, shock-absorbing midsole provides comfort that doesn't quit.
  • KEEN.Dry
    A proprietary waterproof, breathable membrane that lets vapor out without letting water in.
  • Metatomical Footbed Design
    This internal support mechanism is anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and cradle the natural contours of the foot.
  • Left and Right Asymmetrical Safety Toe
    Uniquely anatomically correct steel, aluminum, & composite toe designs provide a roomier toe box and maximum comfort. Meets ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 and C/75 Standards.
  • *Cleansport NXT™ for natural odor control
  • AMERICAN BUILT with materials from around the world
  • Integrated PU heel cushion
  • KEEN.Dry waterproof breathable membrane
  • Left and right asymmetrical steel toe
  • Locking metal hooks and lacing eyelets
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM F1677-96 Mark II non-slip testing standards
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM F2412-11 and F2413-11 I/75 C/75 EH standards
  • Not compatible with aftermarket insoles or orthotics
  • TPU stability shank
Toe Type

Steel Toe

Duty Type

Medium Duty

Material
  • Waterproof nubuck leather upper
  • Oil and slip resistant non-marking rubber outsole
  • Direct attach PU midsole
  • Lining with hydrophobic/hydrophilic 2-zone comfort technology
  • Removable metatomical dual density EVA footbed
Weight
25.6 oz / 725.7 g
Care

Gently brush the shoe with a soft bristle brush or hand towel to remove loose dirt and debris. Stains can be treated by lightly rubbing a gum eraser in a circular motion over the location and lightly brushing afterwards. Tough stains can be treated with a mixture of water and a little vinegar on a damp cloth. This process may cause slight discoloration to the area.

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    KEENMen's Mt Vernon 6" (Steel Toe)
     
    4.2

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Engineering geologist

    I was looking for an American made work boot that was set up for the High Adventure that is my everyday at work. A few years ago, I had tried that other famously American...Read complete review

    I was looking for an American made work boot that was set up for the High Adventure that is my everyday at work. A few years ago, I had tried that other famously American made boot company, but they had told me that the work hikers had to be made overseas because of the glue...they could not use the best glue here in the states because of regulations. So the boots I got from them (made in China btw) - swamped in the first heavy rain...I took them back and they replaced them but the next storm...leaking again. I bit the bullet and just went and got new boots...my first pair of Keen work boots. So my last three pairs of boots before the Mt. Vernon were Keen Pittsburg boots. Great Boots. Each pair was well constructed and survived a year of hard abuse, hundreds of miles of hiking, abrasions galore, and plenty of dropped drill steel. Unfortunately, the are "Imported". So when the last pair started getting long in the tooth, I started looking hard for "Made In America" boots that fit all the things I needed: All leather, waterproof membrane, steel toe, EH certified, distinct heel, aggressive tread. I was so please to find these Keen Mt. Vernon boots, given that Keen had already cemented their reputation with me. Since ordering them about a month ago, I have really put them through the paces and they have performed admirably. They have been laces deep on the fringes of the swamps of eastern North Carolina more than any boots not specifically designed to wear while wading should ever have to and nary a drop of water has penetrated the Keen Dry membrane. I've averaged about 7 miles walking per working day in them and they are super comfortable. They have already been worn through briar patches and had split spoons dropped on then and they have protected my feet extremely well. I was a bit concerned about the aggressiveness of the tread, but have no problems with traction with these boots at all yet. Ultimately, my experience with the Mt. Vernon has been as good a pair of work boots that I have ever worn and Made in America!

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    Mariner; Sole structure internally broken 6 Months

    Been wearing these since January 2016 on a rotating work schedule on Tug/barges, so maybe 6 months total use. Not very happy 9-10 months later. The sole on the right boot...Read complete review

    Been wearing these since January 2016 on a rotating work schedule on Tug/barges, so maybe 6 months total use. Not very happy 9-10 months later. The sole on the right boot has worn, maybe internally broken. Developed a Callus on the bottom of my toe a month ago. Now experiencing pain on the ball of my right foot walking in this boot. The sole doesn't feel structurally supportive in the toe ball area. I previously had Pittsburgs and loved them. Most comfortable work shoe I've ever had. lasted for 1-1/2 years and then only had to retire them due to the tread being too worn down due to walking around on the rough surface decks on barges. I tried the Mt. Vernon looking for something a little more waterproof, which at this point, 6 months wear later, I have also experienced water intrusion. The Pittsburgs didn't stay waterproof too long.

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    5.0

    Very good boot!

    By 

    from NW Georgia

    Comments about KEEN Men's Mt Vernon 6" (Steel Toe):

    I've had these for 2 years and decided to retire these for another pair of boots. They wore well for being on my feet for 9 hrs. a day on concrete floors. I didn't buy another pair went with the Warren WP this time because they feel a little lighter and better on my picky feet.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Engineering geologist

    By 

    from Undisclosed

    Site Member

    Comments about KEEN Men's Mt Vernon 6" (Steel Toe):

    I was looking for an American made work boot that was set up for the High Adventure that is my everyday at work. A few years ago, I had tried that other famously American made boot company, but they had told me that the work hikers had to be made overseas because of the glue...they could not use the best glue here in the states because of regulations. So the boots I got from them (made in China btw) - swamped in the first heavy rain...I took them back and they replaced them but the next storm...leaking again. I bit the bullet and just went and got new boots...my first pair of Keen work boots. So my last three pairs of boots before the Mt. Vernon were Keen Pittsburg boots. Great Boots. Each pair was well constructed and survived a year of hard abuse, hundreds of miles of hiking, abrasions galore, and plenty of dropped drill steel. Unfortunately, the are "Imported". So when the last pair started getting long in the tooth, I started looking hard for "Made In America" boots that fit all the things I needed: All leather, waterproof membrane, steel toe, EH certified, distinct heel, aggressive tread. I was so please to find these Keen Mt. Vernon boots, given that Keen had already cemented their reputation with me. Since ordering them about a month ago, I have really put them through the paces and they have performed admirably. They have been laces deep on the fringes of the swamps of eastern North Carolina more than any boots not specifically designed to wear while wading should ever have to and nary a drop of water has penetrated the Keen Dry membrane. I've averaged about 7 miles walking per working day in them and they are super comfortable. They have already been worn through briar patches and had split spoons dropped on then and they have protected my feet extremely well. I was a bit concerned about the aggressiveness of the tread, but have no problems with traction with these boots at all yet. Ultimately, my experience with the Mt. Vernon has been as good a pair of work boots that I have ever worn and Made in America!

     
    4.0

    I've had worse

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    from Undisclosed

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    Comments about KEEN Men's Mt Vernon 6" (Steel Toe):

    American built and a decent warranty. If they were as comfortable as my sneakers, I'd give a 5 star rating. I've had my current pair for about a year and they wear well. I may start a stockpile in the event Keen discontinues this model.

     
    2.0

    Nice but not waterproof

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    Comments about KEEN Men's Mt Vernon 6" (Steel Toe):

    If it wasn't rated by keen as waterproof it's a 5 star rating from me. I got them specifically for that but clearly they are not. Only 2 stars because that's a huge issue for me being in oregon. They might be waterproof in say Phoenix!!!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    The Mt. Vernon's are true

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    Comments about KEEN Men's Mt Vernon 6" (Steel Toe):

    The Mt. Vernon's are true to size and appear well made. Initially they fit and felt great. Then I wore them longer. After wearing them for a couple of days I discovered two things that have made them unwearable for most than an hour or so. First there is an odd raised section on the inside of the heel with a corresponding divot in the insole. It makes for an uncomfortable boot. Secondly, (and probably the reason for the first), the soles are hard. I sound like I'm wearing high heels when walking on a hard surface. In my cold Minnesota winter it's like wearing wooden soled shoes with a half dollar taped inside the heel.

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