In response to the needs of South Floridians and electricians who enjoy catching some waves during their lunch break without the hassle of changing their footwear, KEEN Utility has introduced the Key West Steel Toe Flip Flops with much excitement.
After conducting extensive field research, KEEN discovered that many electricians in Florida already wear flip flops to the jobsite. With safety in mind, the company decided to provide them with a safety toe solution to enhance their protection while working. Now, electricians can soak up the sun and surf, and seamlessly transition back to the job site without needing to change their shoes.
The new KEEN Key West Steel Toe Flip Flop not only offers safety but also showcases various features. The sole of the flip flop contains a built-in bottle opener for added convenience. In terms of safety standards, these flip flops meet the ASTM F1677-96 MARK II and F2913-19 SATRA anti-skid test standards. To provide additional protection, KEEN has also incorporated the ASTM F2412-18 and F2413-18 MI/75 C/75 EH Electrical Hazard Protection Standards.
The new Keen steel-toed flip flops will be available for purchase starting April 1, priced at $140.
About the Author
Clint De Boer – Chief Editor
When Clint De Boer isn’t experimenting with the latest power tools, he enjoys life as a husband, father, and avid reader. His interests resonate deeply with his faith, holding a special affinity for the Bible. Clint’s journey in multimedia and online publishing began in 1992, and he has actively been involved in this field ever since.
Clint’s professional endeavors span across the spectrum of audio and video production. Graduating at the top of his class with an Associate Degree in Recording Engineering, he initiated his career at Soundelux Studios in 1994. Soundelux Studios is renowned for its expertise in feature film and television audio production. Clint honed his skills as a dialogue editor, foley editor, and sound designer while working on numerous feature films.
In subsequent years, Clint transitioned into the realm of video editing, assuming the role of a senior AVID video editor for three years. During this time, he collaborated with esteemed clients such as Universal Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Paramount Home Entertainment, NASA, Universal Studios, Planet Hollywood, SEGA, and NASCAR. Clint’s expertise encompassed film and video editing, color correction, digital video, and MPEG compression. He possesses various certifications, including THX Technician I and II, THX Video, as well as ISF Level II.
Establishing the publishing company CD Media, Inc. in 1996, Clint contributed to the launch and growth of several successful online publications. Noteworthy examples include Audioholics, Audiogurus, and AV Gadgets. In 2008, Clint founded Pro Tool Reviews, and he extended his influence by inaugurating OPE Reviews in 2017, focusing on landscape and outdoor power equipment. He also spearheads the Pro Tool Innovation Awards, an annual program highlighting groundbreaking tools and accessories across industries.
The monumental success of what is now the largest power tool review platform in the industry can be attributed to God’s grace and Clint’s exceptional staff. He envisions further growth for the company as it continually expands its reach. Pro Tool Reviews diligently evaluates hundreds of hand tools, power tools, and accessories each year, aiding users in staying up-to-date with the best and latest products. Targeting professionals in the construction industry, tradespeople, and dedicated DIY enthusiasts, Pro Tool Reviews empowers tool consumers to make informed choices, work more efficiently, and learn about the tools and products that can significantly impact their performance.