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Foot Protection

Boot Material

Slip Resistance

Chemical & Weather Resistance

Neoprene

Very slip-resistant Resistant to chemicals, acids, fats and greeses

PVC

Economical choice for moderate slip resistance Resistant to a broad range of chemicals

Polyurethane

Extremely slip-resistant Resistant to chemicals, fats and greases

Nitrile

Not as slip-resistant as neoprene boots Resistant to solvents, fats and greases

Rubber

flexible with good grip
(especially in cold temperatures)
Not appropriate around animal fats or solvents

Dielectric

Slip Resistant Electrical Insulation

Sole Pattern

Chevron

Slip resistant sole that self-cleans when walking

Ultragrip Sipe

Self-Cleaning sole that provides superior slip-resistance

Lug Sole

Multi-purpose sole with added traction and stability

Cleated

Provides additional traction on a soft or slippery surface
Note: Soles treated with aluminum oxide grit will give additional slip resistance

Impact Resistance

Steel & Composite Toes

Protects from impact and compression

Steel Midsoles

Covers bottom of sole to prevent punctures to bottom of foot

Steel Shanks

Steel plates that bridge the heels for extra support

Steel Metatarsals

Provides added protection for the top of the foot

Overshoes & Covers

Latex

100% waterproof, perfect for usage around chemicals

Polyester Insulated

Warm insulation, waterproof and rated for low temperatures

Rubber and Vinyl

Better slip, puncture and cut-resistance when compared with PVC

PVC

Soft and flexible, easy on/off and 100% waterproof

Acceessories

Insoles

Insoles

Inserts into boot or shoe to help with shock absorption
Socks / Liners

Socks / Liners

Absorbs moisture and offers extra reinforcement
Racks

Racks

Dries boots while providing off-the-ground organization
Caps / Guards

Caps / Guards

Protects the foot and shin from falling and rolling objects
Traction

Traction

Conforms to boot or shoe and gives better traction