Impact testing determines the amount of protection to the toe under various foot pounds of force. Compression testing determines the amount of static pressure a steel/composite toe cap can withstand. Our boots are I75/C75
Footwear is built with nail-free construction to help insulate you from the ground to slow down conduction, but is not intended to be primary protection against electric shock. Leather footwear must be dry. Our electrical hazard boots meet and exceed ASTM electrical hazard standards.
Footwear offering metatarsal protection is designed to prevent or reduce injuries when the toe and metatarsal areas of the foot are exposed to "drop" hazards. Metatarsal protection safety shoes may be constructed with either internal or external metatarsal guards.
CSA Approved Soles that provide electric shock resistance
Soles that provide electric shock resistance. Such certified footwear contains a sole and heel design assembly that, at the point of manufacturing, has electrical insulating properties.
Constructed using no metal material or parts. Perfect for working environments that require passing through metal detectors.
Built with an outsole design and materials that help provide slip-resistance and traction on various surfaces.
Removable PU Footbed
Light and flexible cement construction
Full-grain leather upper
ASTM F2413 protective toe classification
ASTM F2413 electrical hazard standard
ASTM F2413 metatarsal guard standards
Molded EVA midsole
CSA Omega Rectangle meets CSA standards for electric shock resistance
Dual-density EVA/ rubber outsole
Weight: 2.5 pounds per pair for a size 10
Unisex sizing — Men's sizes shown; women should subtract 1 1/2 sizes from their current shoe size
The Thorogood Style: 8044320 The I-Met2 has a composite toe and an internal metatarsal guard that meet the current ASTM standards. This shoe also meets the ASTM and CSA-Z195 standards for electrical hazard.
Answered by: CRT2
Date published: 2019-09-30
What does a unisex size correspond wit, men's or womens?
Asked by: Krank
Unisex styles that are built on men's lasts but have an extended size run to allow for women, who typically have smaller feet, to also be able to wear the style. As such, all sizing is in men's sizes. Use the attached size chart to find the equivalent women's size if needed. For example, I most commonly wear a size 7. If i were to purchase a unisex style, I would buy a size 5.5. I determine this by finding my true size in the U.S. & Canada women's (W) row on the size chart. Directly above it in the same column is the men's (M) equivalent size.
Answered by: LehighOutfitters4
Date published: 2019-02-05
Our boots must meet ASTM F2413-05 or ANSI Z41 PT99, M I/75 C/75 Mt/75, I cannot find all of this info so how do I know this will be approved by my safety person?
Asked by: Joe Placek
On March 1, 2005, the ANSI Z41 reference was withdrawn and replaced by the ASTM Standards. The current ASTM standard is the ASTM F2413-11 which supersedes the -05.
The information is detailed in the features list for this style where it states the shoe meets the current ASTM standards for impact, compression, metatarsal, and electrical hazard as well as the CSA standard for electrical hazard. The tag inside the shoe will also detail the standards met.
Answered by: LehighOutfitters4
Date published: 2017-04-13
Has anyone tried these shoes? How are they with comfort? I am on the heavy side (250lbs) and need comfortable shoes to make it through the day. Also do sizes run true or should I order up or down a size? Any info here would be helpful. Thx