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The same Atlanta, but cooler. Our enhanced model has more slip-resistance and less outsole delamination along with an innovative KEEN. ReGEN cushioning midsole which offers a 50% energy return with every step. This hiking-inspired work shoe keeps you cool and protected with its unobtrusive steel toes and secure fit lace capture. Made with durable, water-resistant leather and featuring a moisture-wicking lining, these work shoes weighing 20. 85 oz / 591 g (per shoe) will keep you cool and dry. The Atlanta Cool II Low Steel Toe ESD Slip On Non Slip Work Boot is built off KEEN's traditional wider footwear form. Featuring an External Stability Shank for midfoot support and a compression-resisting midsole for underfoot comfort to keep you working longer. Meeting oil- and slip-resistant safety standards; the siped outsole disperses liquids quickly for increased traction along with being electro static dissipative (ESD and SD+) to reduce excess static electricity. This dependable work shoe is great for lighter-duty work in construction, landscaping, maintenance, warehouse distribution and auto-manufacturing. Non-mutilating, breathable mesh uppers keep feet cool in warmer climates. All KEEN Utility products feature CleansportNXT (a trademark of the Stewart Group) which is natural, probiotic-based technology that breaks down the odor in sweat to help prevent footwear from smelling bad. KEEN Utility also sources all leather from tanneries certified by th­­e Leather Working Group (LWG); which uses a closed-loop system that reduces water and energy use. At KEEN Utility, we believe in creating work boots that make your work and your life better. That means delivering the kind of safety, comfort and performance that contributes to living a richer, fuller, multidimensional life – on the job and off. From helping put veterans back on their feet, providing footwear for those in need, to supporting conservation corps work across the country, KEEN Utility “Puts Good to Work, ” first.

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