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Key Features of Composite Toe Boots

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Bridgeport Boots

Steel toe boots or composite toe boots? Which you choose depends on your job and your preferences. If the job doesn’t require the use of  steel toe boots, then it’s entirely up to your performance and feature preferences. Here, we’ll talk about the form and function of composite toe boots.  


The toes of composite toe boots are made with non-metal materials like kevlar, carbon fiber, plastic, or fiberglass. The weight of the material means you’ll need less energy and effort to move in them than you'll need in other boots. This also makes long days on your feet easier than with their heavier counterpart, steel toe boots.

Composite toe boots do not react to extreme temperatures. Because of this, they won’t cause uncomfortable extra amounts of heat or cold during summer or winter months.  


Many people who work with or around electrical elements prefer composite toe boots instead of steel toes. This is because the composite toe does not conduct electricity, making one less worry for them on the job.


Composite toe boots are tested and rated according to the American Society for Testing Materials guidelines. They protect against compression, impact, electrical, and piercing hazards. Each boot has its own specific rating in these areas, which caters to particular fields and jobs.

Overall, composite toe boots are smart picks for several reasons; if you’re on your feet for many hours or work; outside in all seasons, composite toe boots help keep you comfortable. Their protective design also reduces the risk of many on the job hazards.


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