HYTEST 12253 Apex, Men's, Brown, Comp Toe, EH, Mt, WP/Insulated, 6 Inch Boot
Full grain waterproof leather upper. Moisture wicking mesh lining with waterproof membrane. 600g Thinsulate Ultra insulation. Removable EVA cushion footbed. EVA cushion midsole. Oil and slip resistant rubber outsole. Comp toe. EH. XRD internal metatarsal guard. Waterproof/insulated. ASTM F2413-18 M/ I/ C/ EH Mt compliant.
COMPOSITE TOE / NANO TOE
Compared to their steel toe counterparts the composite toes are manufactured using lightweight materials to make the shoe weigh less while meeting ASTM standards. These shoes meet ASTM F2413-18 I/C standards.
Metatarsal guard shoes protect both the toes and the metatarsal bone behind the toes. Metatarsal guard shoes are required in any environment where injuries can occur to the metatarsal bone. They are most commonly used in foundries, welding, air product distribution and other heavy manufacturing. All styles marked with the "MG" icon meet the ASTM F2413-18 Mt standards.
The soles of EH shoes provide a barrier to protect employees from open electrical currents up to 600 volts. EH shoes are often needed in maintenance, welding and engineering positions. All styles marked with the “EH” icon in this catalog meet the ASTM F2413-18 EH standards.
Several of our styles provide insulation against the cold and are built for the tough outdoor environments. Our range of insulation available is 200gms - 600gms. The styles offering insulation will be marked with the specific weight of insulation to help guide you in your selection.
Waterproof boots and shoes are constructed to keep the feet dry and comfortable in wet conditions. Waterproof construction requires continuous maintenance and is not guaranteed to remain for the life of the shoe.
Security friendly styles have non-metallic eyelets, hardware, shanks and toe caps for the most sensitive security systems.
Slip resistant safety footwear is the fastest growing segment of the safety footwear industry. For many employers with wet, oily, and/or greasy floors, it is common sense to require slip resistant safety footwear. Slip related injuries can be extremely costly. No shoe is slip proof, however employers who require slip resistant shoes can reduce worker’s compensation claims.