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Non-Conductive Work Boot: Compression/Electrical Hazard/Impact/Moisture Resistant, 2E Shoe Wd, 7 Men's Size, Men, 1 PR

Item # 761X739

$218.63 1 Pair
Shoe Width: 2E
Men's Size: 7

Product Specs

Sizing: Men
Toe Type: Steel
Shoe Height: 8 in
Upper Material: Leather
Color: Brown
Protection: Moisture Resistant; Compression; Impact; Electrical Hazard
Electrical Hazard Rated: Yes
Manufacturer Suggested Sole Slip Rating: Good
Metal Chip Resisting Sole: No
Completely Non Metallic: No
Wide Toe Cap: No
Specifications Met: ASTM F2413-11 I/75 C/75 EH
Men's Size: 7
Shoe Width: 2E
ASTM footwear class: F2413-11 I/75 C/75 EH
Chain saw cut resistant: No
Closure: Lace Up
Conductive: No
Features: Slip-Resistant
Footwear Construction Type: Welted
Footwear Type: Work Boot
Heel Height: 0.75
Insole system: AG7 Polyurethane; Poron Cushion
Lining Material: Dri-Lex
Mark II Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Dry: 0.91
Mark II Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Oily Wet: 0.29
Mark II Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Wet: 0.49
Maximum Heat Rating: 300 ° F
Midsole Material: Leather
Ninety Degree Heel: No
Non-Marking Sole: No
Nonmetallic Upper: No
Oil resisting sole: Yes
Outsole Material: Polyurethane
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 Oily Wet: Not Rated
Satra Slip Test Results- Dairy Tile Wet: Not Rated
Shank: Steel Shank
Shoe style number: Mfr. No. 1809
Sole Pattern: Textured
Static dissipative: No
Toe Protection: Steel Toe
Upper boot material: Leather

Compliance and Restrictions

WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About Leather Work Boots

Rely on these lace-up, leather work boots for the foot protection and support you need to get the job done. They extend to various heights above the ankle, providing support to the ankle and a secure fit to resist pulling off. A variety of styles in men's and women's sizes are available, including 6" and 8" ankle heights, logger, and linesman. Some boots have features such as shanks for arch support, removable insoles, puncture-resistant soles, and extra heel cushioning.

Reduce the risk of electrocution by wearing these boots 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 boots 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.