Keen Utility Troy Work Boots Review

Keen Utility’s Troy Work Boots Showcase American Ingenuity for Knee-Down Work

Keen Utility Troy Work Boots aim to please anyone who spends their workday bending, crawling, squatting, or who otherwise doles out a beating to their feet on the regular. They showcase the KEEN.BELLOWS Flex technology, an ergonomically engineered system designed to offer multidirectional flexing at the toes.

The Big Deal

The KEEN.BELLOWS Flex technology is certainly the major innovation behind the Keen Troy Work Boots. Paying special attention to the top of your foot, this built-in multidirectional flex point makes every step, bend, and squat easier. Where other boots will crack and weaken over time, these boots flex with your movements.

Keen Troy Work Boot Flex

Keen Troy Boots use a lightweight LuftCell air-infused PU midsole for support and comfort. Meanwhile, the LuftCore air-injected heel reduces the impact on your body. The end result is a work boot that protects your feet from discomfort, as well as work hazards.

Keen Troy Work Boot midsole

These Keen boots also include the KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable membrane that lets sweat vapor out, but won’t let water in. An antimicrobial lining helps to keep the inside of the boot odor-free.

Safety is always a concern when it comes to work boots, and these Keens deliver with a water and oil slip-resistant sole that won’t mark up floors. These boots include ASTM-rated toe protection with left and right asymmetrical non-metallic carbon-fiber safety toes. These toes weigh 15% less than steel. The reduced thickness of carbon fiber ends up giving you a roomier fit in the toe box.

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