What are steel toe shoes for?
Steel-toed boots help prevent a wide range of injuries, not just injuries from falling objects. They can also help prevent injuries due to slips and falls, cuts/lacerations and burns, and punctures. A sturdy safety shoe or boot makes it more difficult for injuries such as these to occur.
What’s the difference between safety toe and steel toe?
All safety toes work in the exact same way as steel toes, explained above: a layer of tough, durable material is inserted into the toe box of the boot or shoe. That toe box might look special from the outside, or you might not even know it’s there. The difference is that the material underneath isn’t always steel.
What is a moc toe?
Moc toe shoes are those that have a piece of material which covers the top of the vamp and extends to the end of the toe, creating a “moc” toe area. The material that creates this look can be either leather, or simply a seam.
What kind of shoes are best for safety?
Composite toe work boots and shoes contain non-metallic safety toe caps and are lighter than steel toe shoes. Composites are a great choice for those performing work where safety is important. Composite toe caps have better electrical resistance and are ideal for those working in electrical environments.
What kind of shoes have safety toe caps?
Composite toe work boots and shoes contain non-metallic safety toe caps and are lighter than steel toe shoes. Composites are a great choice for those performing work where safety is important.
What are the different types of Safety Toe?
There are three primary safety toe options, each with different features. Because our boots have a wider safety toe box, you will have more comfort when working, no matter which toe type you select. Steel safety toes are the industry standard and have been for years.
What’s the best type of toe to wear?
Steel safety toes are the industry standard and have been for years. Steel toe work boots and shoes provide protection from falling objects and equipment. Aluminum toe (alloy toe) work boots are made of lightweight materials and tend to be about 30 to 50 percent lighter than steel.