Steel  Impact
Class I/75 footwear retains a .500 inch (1/2 inch) for men’s and .468 inch (15/32 inch) for women’s or greater clearance after a nominal impact of 75 foot-pounds (101.7J), i.e., a 50 pound weight dropped, reaching 117.9 ± 2.4 inches per second velocity at impact. COMPRESSION: Class C/75 footwear retains a .500 inch (1/2 inch) after compression of 2500 lbs. (11,121 N) or greater.
Electric Hazard Resistant Footwear
Constructed or manufactured with electric shock-resisting soles and heels capable of withstanding an application of 18,000 volts (root mean square (RMS) value) at 60 Hz for 1 minute with no current flow or leakage current in excess of 1.0 milliamperes under dry conditions.
Made in the USA
Made in the USA with domestic and globally sourced components.
Like the person who wears them, these boots are up to the task and built to last. They look good off the clock, too. And the stylish, tobacco oil-tanned leather allows your feet to breathe. A MAXWear Wedge heel means no slipping on wet grass, mud, or slick surfaces. Made in the USA by union workers who know a thing or two about what it’s like to be in your shoes.
This style boot comes available in a non-safety toe version. Style number 814-4201 and 814-4178
- Tobacco Oil-Tanned 804-4208, Trail Crazyhorse 804-4478, or Black Walnut 804-4386, full-grain leather
- Removable Ultimate Shock Absorption footbed on Poron comfort cushion insole
- Fiberglass shank
- MAXWear Wedge slip resistant outsole
- Goodyear storm welt construction