When to wear steel toe boots
When you think of safety footwear, what comes to mind instantly are steel toe boots. Steel toe boots are heavy-duty shoes that protect your feet from heavy objects and tools like dropped wrenches and compression. Shoes with steel toe shoe inserts are worn as work boots around heavy items and are worn in a semi-formal setting too. Take a look at different areas where steel toe boots can be a great advantage:
Boots that have steel toe inserts or reinforcements made out of plastic or aluminum are used in areas like construction sites, industrial areas and other areas where wearing them are mandatory like in factories.
They’re also worn when you want to protect your feet around fireworks, while hiking, in manufacturing areas like factories. They come in use when involved in everyday activities like gardening, chopping firewood and other heavy activities too.
For strong, durable steel toe boots, go with Wolverine Saturn 6” steel toe boots. They have full grain leather uppers with wave mesh lining. The boots have Goodyear welt construction and TPU midsole with counter sunk PU inserts. Check out McRae Industrial 8” Lacer steel toe work boots in tumbled leather. The boots are insulated and are waterproof. The comfort-fit safety toe meets industry standards as they have abrasion, oil, heat and oil-resistant rubber sole. Both these boots are suitable for any heavy, outdoor activity and are highly durable.
When you want a more casual style, take a look at Florsheim’s Eurocasual Moc toe Oxford shoes with steel toe. They can be worn around town as they’re extremely flexible and slip-resistant. They have Direct Inject outsole and super soft PU midsole. Timberland PRO Expertise steel toe boots are great when you’re out on a hike as they’re abrasion resistant and have a contoured footbed. They have a roomy fit and their non-conductive sole and heel protect against electrical hazards.
Iron Age safety shoes like the 6” Trencher Composite toe work boots have full-grain leather uppers. The boots are 100% non-metallic and have moisture-wicking nylon mesh lining. They’re good for any construction or industrial site work as they come with certified safety toe.