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 constructed of materials that, when in contact with properly grounded floor surfaces, will safely discharge static build-up through the shoe to the floor. Our testing experience contributed to the SD standard established in Section 6 of the ANSI Z41 and carried over to the current ASTM standards.
This white sneaker has classic style and workday protection. It's the Reebok Sublite Steel Toe Static-Dissipative Work Athletic Shoe.
Made of full-grain leather and MicroWeb, this white sneaker has stripes along the sides. It looks like the shoe you'd wear on your days off.
You can wear this style to work thanks to the steel toe and static dissipation. Both features meets the ASTM standards. The safety toe shields you from up to 75 pounds of impact or compression. The rubber outsole is both oil- and slip-resistant, having achieved a rating of 0.58 for oily/wet with Mark II testing.
For the comfort, there's a moisture-wicking mesh lining and a removable EVA insole.
Get this white safety toe sneaker because Reebok is ready to work.
Rated 4 out of
greatthese are great i like very much would buy them again
Date published: 2019-04-05
Rated 3 out of
Not the most comfortable shoesSoles are bumpy, had to buy gel pads. Slightly discomforting around sides of toes. You can feel the edge of the steel toe rub on your feet.
Date published: 2019-06-10
Rated 2 out of
An OK shoeI bought these just for work. I have had them 8 months and I am not impressed with the shoe over all. First within 2-3 weeks I purchased a pair of inserts for them. I thought they just took a while to break in, but they still don't feel like they are broken in. They are a very hot shoe. They don't seem to have any breathing in the design to allow your feet any cooling at all. A few weeks ago I noticed that the sole is coming loose and that inside the back the material is pulling apart. I work shift so I only have these on 14-28 days and spend a lot of time at a desk monitoring machines, so there should be very little going wrong with them at this point.