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Remember, safety toe comfort comes in length, not width; you have to get the shoe long enough to accommodate the back and forth toe movement in the shoes.Read More
There seems to be some controversy on whether a safety shoe with a steel toe can meet the ASTM Electrical Hazard Standard. The answer is, yes it can! Safety Shoes have had Electrical Hazard Standards for many years, even predating the development of Composite Material Safety Toes, so prior to Composite Toe Safety Shoes, all Electrical Hazard Safety Shoes had Steel Toes.Read More

Are Diabetic Work Shoes Made?

Jul 1, 2016 1:58:45 AM

We had a client ask if we had a diabetic safety shoe. What we have to do is find the most comfortable shoe for these customers. It’s critical to get the correct fit for diabetics.Read More
The main difference in protection is that Electrical Hazard shoes reduce the possibility of electric shock or electrocution, while Static Dissipating and Conductive shoes reduce the possibility of static discharge and static shock.Read More

What are Slip Resistant Shoes?

Feb 9, 2016 6:29:24 PM

Slip-Resistant Shoes have specially designed soles that provide traction in slippery environments.Read More

What is ASTM F2413?

Jan 11, 2016 7:29:31 PM

ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) sets the minimum standards and testing procedures for safety footwear. Safety work boots are tested according to these standards for the safety features they provide.Read More

The Best Metatarsal Boot

Dec 15, 2015 7:28:29 PM

HYTEST® and their "Super-Guard X" now provides three levels of metatarsal protection. While most boots have either external or internal guards, Hytest includes a two-piece external metatarsal guard and an internal guard in this boot.Read More
Comments | Posted in Metatarsal Boots and Shoes By Web Admin
The metatarsal bones of the foot are very vulnerable to injury because the front of the foot sticks out beyond the body line, inviting a rolling or falling object to collide with this unprotected part of the body.Read More

18 of the Best Work Boot Brands

Sep 24, 2015 12:09:47 AM

BEST SAFETY AND WORK BOOT BRANDSRead More

Dielectric Boots Information

Aug 5, 2015 12:23:46 AM

There seems to be a lot of confusion with the difference between dielectric boots (DI) and Electrical Hazard boots. In most cases if someone is looking for Dielectric, they are asking for a rubber boot (more than likely, a rubber over-boot); if they want a leather boot, then that is electrical hazard. There are no leather, dielectric boots!Read More
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