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.
This product is built with quality waterproofing materials to keep you dry in wet environments.
Skilled craftsmen who are specially trained to create high-quality Justin boots use more than 16 square feet of natural leather in each pair. It takes more than 100 different steps to create one pair of boots, making them a great value for such craftsmanship.
These durable Justin boots feature waterproof construction that help keep your feet dry and comfortable and also are compliant with impact and compression standards. These western boots also feature rubber outsoles that are slip resistant on a variety of surfaces and meet electrical hazard standards.
Rated 5 out of
The name says it all.The fit is great, the steel toes no not dig into my toes, very comfortable. I'm happy with my purchase.
Date published: 2018-01-24
Rated 5 out of
Worn almost daily for 3years!I have owned this pair of boots for over three years now and they are the most comfortable pair of shoes I have ever owned. On top of that they still look great, and work great. I have been stepped on by sheep and steer multiple times and never had an issue.
Date published: 2015-09-17
Rated 4 out of
Performs, but hotI have had these work boots for a few months now and wear them regularly. I didn't realize that they were lined so my feet get really hot in them. In the Texas heat, that means that I can only wear them about once a week or else they get ripe. Great for the rain, though.
Date published: 2015-04-16
Rated 1 out of
UNCOMFORTABLEI wore these for a whole year. They about killed me with how uncomfortable they were. New inserts barely helped.
I'm a temp at Neenah paper they gave me the info neenahsafetyshoes. I'm not sure how to get it charged to them
Asked by: Becky
Hello, I would recommend that you ask your employer for the web address again the one you have listed does not look correct and I should not put a customer’s website address on this public site. You could also call Lehigh Client Services 800-444-4086 and ask if you could speak to the representative who handles your companies account.
Answered by: CRT2
Date published: 2018-09-18
I couldn't find a chart for Width. Trying to figure out what the letter 'B' stands for in the "Width" select box? And there is nothing to select from when you click on the box. Help?!
Asked by: LisaL
In addition to widths being indicated by medium or wide, they can be indicated by letters. Here is a broader explanation: http://www.ehow.com/about_5214895_shoe-widths-explained.html
Essentially though, the B width in a women's shoe is generally going to be considered as a medium width.
Answered by: LehighOutfitters4
Date published: 2016-06-24
I have a voucher to use but do not know where it needs to be applied so it goes towards my purchased. Can you please advise, Thank you, Raquel Sage
Asked by: Rackel
First, I am assuming you are using a Custom Fit voucher. You get to the Custom Fit site by either following a link provided by your employer, or by clicking on the Custom Fit icon above the search field on the right-hand side of the screen. Once there you will log in with your customer number, location number, and password. This information should have either been provided with your voucher or will be on the flip side of the voucher.