Composite-Toe shoes provide a reinforced toe to protect from falling objects, punctures from below, electric shock and other workplace hazards by using Kevlar, plastic, carbon fiber, fiberglass or any other strong, non-metal materials.
Electrical Hazard Rated
Electrical Hazard Rated footwear have met standards set up by the ANSI committee to have soles that provide protection from open electrical current up to 600 volts.
Waterproof products are covered with a material to prevent water passage.
Built for tough terrain, these IQ Work Boots by Chippewa have all you need to tackle a hard day’s work. The composite toe is a lighter weight toe classification—much lighter than the steel toe but just as effective against falling and rolling objects. The waterproofing construction and Dri Lex Aerospacer lining work to keep feet dry and comfortable in wet and humid areas. And the flexwelt insole provides support and stability for those that are on their feet all day long.