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.
Traditional insulation - typically felt or
polyfill material offers a thermal barrier
without the added benefits of premium
This product is built with quality waterproofing materials to keep you dry in wet environments.
400 grams of 3M™ Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation
Ultra-tough Rubber Vibram Logger Outsole for Rugged Traction
The Chippewa Steel Toe Waterproof Insulated Logger Work Boots keep you safe no matter what your working conditions might be. These 9-inch lacers are constructed with brown leather uppers that feature waterproof construction and Dri-Lex moisture wicking lining for a comfortable fit. The 400-gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation keeps you warm in these work boots that are compliant with ASTM F2413 Electrical Hazard Standards. These boots offer ultra-tough Vibram® logger outsoles and a steel safety toe that is compliant with ASTM F2413 I/75 C/75 Protective Toe Classification. Get the safety and grip your job requires with the Chippewa Steel Toe Waterproof Insulated Logger Work Boots.
Rated 5 out of
Great bootsI have owed a pair of these boots previously. I like them so well I wanted another pair. I usually don’t order my boots online but when I found these on here I decided to chance it. I was impressed how how fast my boots arrived and the fact they where the right size. If I ever need another pair I will be ordering them from here.
Date published: 2019-07-15
Rated 4 out of
Not as good as they used to beI've been wearing Chippewa Super loggers for over 20 years , and they have been the best boots I've ever worn. I have pairs that are 12 years old and still going strong. However, About a year ago ,I bought a new pair to wear when I'm not working , and they just aren't holding up as good. The sole is wearing much faster than the older boots(I currently have four pairs of various ages) , and the sole is coming apart, The leather also does not seem to be as good quality as on the older boots. I hope Chippewa addresses this and takes care of the problem, because if my next pair is like this, I will no longer buy them. I don't mind paying the money for a good boot, but I'm not going to spend close to 300 bucks on a boot that lods up like a 100 dollar boot. Please bring the Quality back.