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LENGTH
7 6 39.5 25 24.4
7.5 6.5 40 25.5 24.8
8 7 40.5 26 25.4
8.5 7.5 41 26.5 25.7
9 8 42 27 26
9.5 8.5 42.5 27.5 26.7
10 9 43 28 27
10.5 9.5 44 28.5 27.3
11 10 44.5 29 27.9
11.5 10.5 45 29.5 28.3
12 11 46 30 28.6
13 12 47 31 29.4
14 13 47.5 32 30.2
15 14 48 33 31
16 15 48.5 34 31.8
17 16 49 35 32.6
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Men's Dallas Wellington (Steel Toe)

$190.00

  • Fit Tip: Most customers find this style is true to size! Size Guide
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Work boot, meet ranch boot—it's the best of both worlds. This pull-on, kick-off style delivers support, steel-toe protection and comfort, with a look that's a little bit country, a little bit rock-n-roll.

  • 90 degree heel
  • Goodyear welt construction
  • KEEN.Dry waterproof breathable membrane
  • Left and right asymmetrical steel toe
  • 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
  • TPU stability shank

We've carefully selected leather uppers designed to last. Then again, if you're wearing your KEENs daily, they won't always be scuff and dirt-free. To treat day to day wear and tear, especially on lighter color leathers, we recommend using a leather cleaner and conditioner, found at most footwear dealers and/or shoe repair shops.

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Rugged protection without work-boot bulk.

  • Work boot, meet ranch boot—it's the best of both worlds. This pull-on, kick-off style delivers support, steel-toe protection and comfort, with a look that's a little bit country, a little bit rock-n-roll.
  • KEEN.Dry
    A proprietary waterproof, breathable membrane that lets vapor out without letting water in.
  • KEEN.Grip
    Oil and slip resistant outsoles that meet or exceed ASTM F2413-17 SATRA & MARK II F1677-96 non-slip testing standards.
  • KEEN.Protect
    Can a sandal protect your toes? The answer is yes. The reason is KEEN Patented Toe Protection where the shoe outsoles wrap up and over the toes for ultimate protection.
  • 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.
  • Metatomical Footbed Design
    This internal support mechanism is anatomically engineered to provide excellent arch support and cradle the natural contours of the foot.
  • 90 degree heel
  • Goodyear welt construction
  • KEEN.Dry waterproof breathable membrane
  • Left and right asymmetrical steel toe
  • 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
  • TPU stability shank
Toe Type

Steel Toe

Duty Type

Heavy Duty

Material
  • Waterproof full-grain leather upper
  • Oil and slip resistant non-marking rubber outsole
  • Lining with hydrophobic/hydrophilic 2-zone comfort technology
  • Removable metatomical dual density EVA footbed
Weight
38.2 oz / 1083.0 g
Collar Height

10.0 in / 25.4 cm

Care

We've carefully selected leather uppers designed to last. Then again, if you're wearing your KEENs daily, they won't always be scuff and dirt-free. To treat day to day wear and tear, especially on lighter color leathers, we recommend using a leather cleaner and conditioner, found at most footwear dealers and/or shoe repair shops.

  • Best pair of slip on steel toe boots

    5

    I got these boots back in 2015 still haven't wore them out. Yea they have nicks I work with steel a lot and horses. Holds up well to the day today of walking in the muck of my horse stalls no acid cracks. I put a bees wax on them maybe once a year. They do run wide which is great for winter means thicker socks. Also in winter the five to the steel cold toe symptom like most work boots do. When I finally wear them out I will buy these again if they are still available.

    Placerville, Colorado

    true

    Pretty decent pair of pull-ons so far

    4

    been using them about every day for work and kicking around. I wear size 12 and they did not have those in stock so I went with 11.5 based on a couple of other reviews...glad I did as they fit well...a very slight pressure point on my right foot side of big toe but break-in after some wear and it is not an issue. I've been in the wet muck and no issue. They are not a lightweight boot if that's what you are looking for these are not it...although they are not so heavy you cant wear them all day...just heavy-duty work boot weight. Time will tell if they hold up good I'll buy them again

    PA/NY

    true

    Keen footwear is definitely my favorite

    4

    I purchased my boots for work replacing lace up with pull on. My boots were comfortable right out of the box, my only negative about them is they are quite difficult to get on and off because the shank is a little tight. Other than that they are very solid.

    Athol Idaho

    true

    Work Book that Works

    5

    My son is a field engineer for a construction company and when he needed to update his current Keen's with a steel toe model--this is what he wanted. We did have to return the 1st pair for a half size smaller. The 1st pair ordered was the same size as his current low-cut Keen work shoe, but for whatever reason this boot ran a little large. No problems returning to Keen however, easy to do. I ordered the replacement boot same day and it arrived in 3 days. Very happy.

    Cumming, GA

    true

    Already falling apart

    1

    I have only had these boots not even a month and the inside liner is coming apart so now I cant even remove my boot with out having to try and shove my hand in to push the liner down. I have owned several keen sandals and these are no where near the same quality.

    IL

    false

    Solid boot for hard working conditions

    5

    I work in a plant and I'm on my feet for 10 hours a day and these boots help make it a bit more comfortable and secure. I'd recommend going a .5 size down.

    oregon

    true

    Awesome boots!

    5

    I am a deckhand on a tugboat and wear these boots EVERY day. We take waves over the deck and they get soaked but keep my feet dry. Very comfortable, great non-slip on steel boat deck and in the oily engine room. Also feel good in the mud and grass working at home.

    Cape May, NJ

    true

    Sturdy work boot, Order 1/2 a size down

    3

    To preface, I normally wear Thorogood Wellington boots for work and Ariat for casual chores. I work 12 hour shifts driving heavy recovery equipment so I need a boot that protects my foot from rough terrain and keeps my socks dry in deep puddles. I work with lots of winches and cable/chains so I also really need a boot that won't get shredded working in that environment. Cons: These boots are heavy; Not simply because of the steel toe, but their construction material adds a tad bit extra weight that you may not expect so be aware of that. They are also very tall, expect to grow an extra 2". They are bulky and cumbersome, and the break in period is somewhat tricky because they are very stiff out of the box. The sizing is also inconsistent. I measured my foot on a Keen brand Brannock at a Keen dealer and came out at exactly 11.5 on the size chart. I even called Keen to ensure that these boots fit true to size. They assured me that all was well and I purchased 11.5 boots. However, they were about half a size too big when they arrived. Needless to say I was quite disappointed, they slipped badly and I couldn't quite get a correct stride because my foot moved around too much. I added an extra insole to the boot just to help my foot stay in place and that worked well. However, it's still a bit oversized. I'd recommend purchasing half a size down. Pros: These boots are sturdy as heck. I know for a fact that my feet and lower legs are safe. They feel like they are in iron boxes and I like that. I hate worrying about whether something will hurt my foot or legs so these put my my mind at ease. They have a generous toe box so your toes are never squeezed. The waterproofing is excellent, my feet always stay no matter how long the boot is wet. Overall this is a pretty sturdy boot. I will not buy this boot again but I am somewhat pleased with it for now. My only real complaint is that the sizing is wildly inaccurate. I do not have time to guess sizing, very disappointed

    Hilo, Hawaii

    false

    Comfortable and Secure

    5

    These are my work boots when I am building or repairing fences or doing heavy work around our place. The soles and steel toes protect me mostly from myself! There could be a slightly smoother heel slide to enter the boot, otherwise they are great.

    Eureka, CA

    true

    These boots were made for workin'

    5

    I've been wearing Keen brand shoes for about 10 years and have owned about 10 pairs of 6 different styles. For the past 4 years I've worn two of the lace up style steel toe boots and I love them. However, a lace up boot with 6-8" ankle can be hot in the summertime, so I wanted to try a regular pull-on boot and see if I would like it better. I work in the oil field and I spend half my day driving and the other half working on compressors. Very limited walking and standing, but lots of foot work maneuvering over elevated pipes, walking in gravel and standing in awkward positions. So now I've worn them for three weeks and here's my thoughts. The boot is very comfortable. I added some padding under the existing insole to increase the arch support as I have high arches. The toe, like all Keens, is roomy. That's my favorite part and the main reason I wear Keen shoes exclusively. The heal is loose compared to a lace up and took me about a week to adjust. It did rub my heal some at first, so I wore them around the house for an entire weekend to see if I could get use to it, or if it was going to be a deal breaker. After the second day of wearing them I didn't even notice any rubbing at all. Now, I simply love them and will buy them again. Here's my advice. If you do a lot of walking and climbing, go with a lace-up. It will give you more ankle support and probably be warmer in the winter. But if you want a cooler, comfortable boot (top of boot is open and vents heat from foot easily) good for standing for long periods and simple traverses, this is your boot. Again, this will NOT be my last pair of Keen Dallas Wellingtons. I love them and hope they hold up for at least a year or more.

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    M-DALLAS-WELLINGTON

    4.1 50

    66.7

     
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