Terra TR305205BLK Findlay, Men's, Black, Comp Toe, SD, PR, WP Hiker
Full grain nubuck upper leather with reflective 3M Scotchlite trim. Moisture wicking and abrasion resistant aero-lining. Waterproof bootie with CLEANFEET odor control. PU cushion footbed. Shock absorbing PU midsole.PU protective toe bumper. Slip resistant rubber outsole. Comp toe. SD. Composite puncture resistant plate. WP. TERRA FIRMA-FLEX metal free. ASTM F2413-18 M/ I/ C SD PR compliant. CSA grade 1 toe, SD, green triangle 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.
STATIC DISSIPATIVE 35
Static dissipative (SD) shoes regulate the build-up of electrical charge in an employee's body. Static dissipative (SD) shoes are commonly used in the manufacturing of computer components, solvent-based paints, and plastics, and help reduce the risk of static shock to people and to the manufactured product. All safety toe styles marked with the "SD 35" icon meet the ASTM F2413-18 SD 35 standards with a lower limit of electrical resistance of 106ohms and an upper limit of 3.5 x 107ohms (35 megohms).
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.
These shoes are designed to reduce the impact of sharp objects which are damaging to the foot. Puncture wounds can be hazardous to the midsole of the foot and the appropriate footwear is necessary on job sites where sharp objects can pierce the sole. These shoes meet ASTM F2413-18 PR standards.
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.