KEEN Utility Women's Dover 6" Waterproof Boot (Carbon-Fiber Toe) in DARK EARTH

$250.00 USD

The first women's-specific boot in our American Built product line has arrived. Stay dry and protected with our KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable upper and lightweight carbon-fiber toe. With a KonnectFit heel capture system for a secure, locked-in feel and air-infused Luftcell PU midsole, the Dover is ready to work for you.


• Product Highlights: KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable membrane, Luftcell air-infused cushioning, carbon-fiber safety toe

• Ideal Work Environments: Outdoor/Indoor | Varied terrain, walking surfaces | Rock, Mud, and Hard walking surfaces | Wet

• Ideal Job Types: Framing | Carpentry | Electrician | Plumber


  • American Built using the finest materials from around the world
  • Left and right asymmetrical, non-metallic carbon-fiber toes offer unobtrusive fit and are 15% lighter than steel
  • KEEN.DRY waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Electrical hazard (EH) or Electric Shock Resistant (ESR) footwear provides a secondary source of protection incase accidentally coming into contact with live electrical circuits
  • Heat resistant, rubber outsole rated up to 572° F / 300° C
  • 90° heel (5/8" Height) provides stability and helps "catch or lock" the foot in place
  • Nylon shank for midfoot support
  • Abrasion-resistant synthetic upper
  • Direct attach PU construction creates a strong bond between the upper and outsole without the use of glue or cement
  • KonnectFit heel-capture system for a locked-in feel


  • Waterproof Leather Upper
  • Oil- and slip-resistant non-marking rubber outsole
  • KEEN Luftcell: Air-infused, PU midsole for weightless comfort
  • Moisture-wicking textile lining
  • Removable metatomical PU footbed


  • American Built
    Assembled with pride in Portland, Oregon, using the finest materials from around the world.
    A proprietary waterproof, breathable membrane that lets vapor out without letting water in.
  • Electrical Hazard
    Provides a secondary source of protection when outsole accidentally comes in contact with live electrical circuits, helping to reduce the potential of electric shock.