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Men's 6228

Men's 6228

8" Composite Toe Work Boots

Regular price $95.99
Regular price $119.99 Sale price $95.99
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Step into the Men's CSA Approved Composite Toe Boots 6228 and experience the perfect blend of safety, comfort, and durability. These boots are meticulously crafted to meet the rigorous standards set by the CSA Canadian Standard Association, ensuring that your feet are protected in hazardous work environments.

Featuring a CSA-approved grade 1 composite toe cap, these boots provide reliable protection against impact and compression, meeting the work requirements in Canada & US. The TPU scuff-resistant bumper toe adds an extra layer of wear protection, making these boots tough enough to withstand the demands of your job.

The outsole is designed to keep you safe and secure, with a high heat slip-resistant PU/rubber outsole that provides excellent traction on various surfaces. The puncture protection and electric shock resistance offered by the CSA-approved LNZ Non-Metal sole plate add an additional layer of safety.

Made with premium full-grain leather, the upper is not only durable but also breathable, allowing your feet to stay comfortable even during long hours on the job. The KINGPAD ultra-comfortable and removable insole provides cushioning and support, while the air mesh lining wicks away moisture to keep your feet dry.

These boots are also lightweight and comfortable, making them ideal for all-day wear. They are water, oil, and salt resistant, ensuring they can withstand tough conditions without compromising on performance. Slip into them with ease and get to work confidently with the Men's CSA Approved Composite Toe Boots 6228.

Invest in footwear that prioritizes your safety and comfort. Order the Men's CSA Approved Composite Toe Boots 6228 now and experience the ultimate protection and comfort for your feet on the job site.


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Work Boots FAQs

How much weight can steel toed boots hold?

The CSA green triangle patch on MooseLog steel toed boots indicates sole puncture protection with Grade 1 Protective toe to withstand impacts up to 125 joules. Our sole puncture protection can withstand a force of not less than 1200 Newtons (270 pounds).

Are steel toed boots good for your feet?

MooseLog work boots protect your feet from serious job injuries, and are essential to maintain workplace safety. They can be harmful for your feet if you choose the incorrect size and wear them for too long.

Are your safety boots good for electrical engineers?

Yes, they are ESR/EH rated. Please see the inside label of the tongue.

The label shows ASTM2413-11 and EH. The ASTM standard for electrical hazard protection is that the boots must be capable of withstanding 18,000 volts at 60 hertz for one minute with no current flow to the foot.

At the same time, by the elastic band, you may find the white omega label with the orange Greek letter omega, which indicates electric-shock protective footwear. This label was CSA & Canadian Standard Association) approved.

Can you hike in steel toe boots?

It is not recommend to use Mooselog work boots for hiking. They feel heavier and are less comfortable for long treks. Rather than the regular steel-toed boot, you may want to consider Mooselog hiking boots or a steel toe hiking boot.

What are steel toe boots meant for?

Mooselog steel toed boots protect your feet from serious workplace injuries and are essential for workplace safety. Our steel toed boots come with a CSA green triangle and CSA white rectangle certification, indicating their Grade 1 sole puncture protection and resistance to electric shock.

What's better steel or composite toe?

Steel toed boots are more protective than composite toe boots as they can withstand higher impact. They are less expensive than composite toe boots. However, steel toed boots are typically heavier and do not breathe as well as composite toe boots, making them less comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.

How to size work boots?

Work boots should be fitted to about a half size larger than normal footwear. Since they contain a hard cap in the boot, there is no stretch in the toe box area. Your toes should never touch the end of the steel toe boot.