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Dress-Casual Work Shoe: Women, Steel, Pigmented Leather, Dark Gray/Mint, Compression/Electrical Hazard/Impact, Electrical Hazard Rated, 1 PR

Item # 889X015

$89.02 1 Pair
Shoe Width: D
Women's Size: 8 1/2

Product Specs

Sizing: Women
Toe Type: Steel
Upper Material: Pigmented Leather
Color: Dark Gray/Mint
Protection: Impact; Compression; Electrical Hazard
Electrical Hazard Rated: Yes
Manufacturer Suggested Sole Slip Rating: Not Rated
Metal Chip Resisting Sole: Yes
Completely Non Metallic: No
Wide Toe Cap: No
Closure: Lace Up
Women's Size: 8 1⁄2
Shoe Width: D
ASTM footwear class: F2413-05 1/75 EH; F2413-11 M I/75 C/75
Chain saw cut resistant: No
Conductive: No
Features: Chemical Resistant Sole; Slip-Resistant
Footwear Construction Type: Strobel; Cement
Footwear Type: Work Shoe
Heel Height: Less Than 1/2 in
Insole system: EVA
Lining Material: Nylon Mesh
Mark II Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Dry: 1
Mark II Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Oily: 0.7
Mark II Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Oily Wet: 0.41
Mark II Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Wet: 0.4
Maximum Heat Rating: 572 ° F
Midsole Material: EVA
Ninety Degree Heel: No
Non-Marking Sole: Yes
Nonmetallic Upper: No
Oil resisting sole: Yes
Outsole Material: Rubber
Puncture Resistant Insole: No
Removable Insole: Yes
Satra Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Dry: Not Rated
Satra Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Oily: Not Rated
Satra Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Wet: Not Rated
Shank: Nylon Shank
Shoe style number: Mfr. No. P90266
Sole Pattern: T1038
Static dissipative: No
Toe Protection: Steel Toe
Upper boot material: Leather

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • China

About Dress-Casual Work Shoes

No need to compromise safety for style, these dress-casual work shoes offer toe protection and a design appropriate for most professional work environments. Choose from lace-up and slip-on styles. Most styles fit below the ankle, offering maximum flexibility at the ankle.

Reduce the risk of electrocution by wearing these shoes to protect your feet from electrical shock. They have nonconductive soles and heels to insulate against accidental contact with live circuits, conductors, and other electrically energized parts. Electrical hazard (EH) rated shoes are considered secondary protection and are typically used with other insulating workwear and equipment. They're commonly worn by electricians, construction workers, maintenance personnel, and others who may be exposed to live wires and other potential electrical hazards.