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.
The Chippewa Steel Toe Waterproof Insulated Logger Work Boots keep you safe no matter what your working conditions might be. These 8-inch lacers are constructed with 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 are made in the USA and 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 3 out of
Not What I Expected.The description clearly said Made in USA but when I unboxed them I had received the Chinese Chippewas. The leather and construction seemed solid. Hooks and eyelets are strong and the waxed cotton laces are nice. After trying them on, they were initially so comfy I decided to overlook their country of origin. I've worn them less than a week and they have now stretched out to the widest 11D that I've ever owned. Still comfortable with great arch support and a better than average factory insole. At temperatures above 40 degrees, my feet sweat profusely. The aggressive Vibram sole provides superior traction on most surfaces but seems to have zero grip on the ice. Also mud and muck just cling to these things making a heavy boot much heavier. If you work in really cold temps and don't encounter mud or ice, this might be a pretty good choice but even with the Thinsulate these boots are wide.
Date published: 2018-11-22
Rated 1 out of
Poor qualitySecond pair of Chippewas I have purchased from Lehigh that was of poor quality. The last pair were sewn wrong and the new pair has defective insoles.