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.
What is the slip resistance coefficient of the work boot?
Asked by: Rob70
On painted cement the heel had the following results: Dry 0.61, Wet 0.58, and oily 0.14. The forepart was: Dry 0.59, Wet 0.51, and Oily 0.15. On quarry tile the heel had the following results: Dry 0.59, Wet 0.39, and Oily 0.34. The forepart was: Dry 0.47, Wet 0.39, and Oily 0.34.