If you work in the construction sites all day long, you’ll agree that safety is a number one concern. After all, construction workers interact with a varied number of devices in their line of duty.
There is cement slurry that can easily fell you, there are heavy concrete blocks that can break your toes apart, risks of electrical shock and even the hard grinding chainsaws. Construction safety work boots keep your feet protected from dangers posed by the above devices.
It’s essential to choose a work boot that practically leaves no room harm to your feet. But choosing such a work boot is easier talked of than actually chosen. Here are some useful tips to help you make a great choice.
4 Key Elements to Consider When Buying a Construction Safety Work Boot.
- Waterproof capabilities
Working with concrete involves stepping in cement slurry and other fluid materials. Your work boot should be able to protect your feet from the moisture and the corroding dirt. Ensure the inner lining of the work boot doesn’t leak and that it keeps your feet dry and comfortable.
- The material make of the sole.
Another important metric that should think over is the make of the inner and outer soles. The soles should be easy to clean, offers a firm grip and are light in weight. Such a kind of a sole will save the trouble of having the cement dirt of the boots surface or suffering disabling injuries due to slips and falls.
- Support while working is essential
As a construction worker, support and flexibility is essential. As you sweat the day off, you will be forced to make unexpected movements and unless the work boot aids the movement, you may end up being hurt. Basically, a work boot meant for construction sites should be light in weight to allow easy leg movement, offer support to the ankle area and the toe region and have high heel so as to keep away the wet slurry from the foot.
There are too many sources of risk in a construction that can’t afford to wear a work boot without a safety toe. The safety protects you from possible injuries that may be occasioned by falling objects, building blocks and even the very tools you are working with.
|1.||Timberland PRO Men's 26078 Titan 6" Waterproof Safety-Toe Work Boot.||
|2.||Caterpillar Men’s 2nd Shift Steel Toe Boot.||
|3.||Irish Setter Men's 83608 6" Steel Toe Work Boot.||
|4.||Timberland PRO Men’s Pitboss Steel-Toe Boot.||
|5.||Timberland PRO Men's 40008 Mudsill Low Steel-Toe Lace-Up.||
|6.||Wolverine Men's W02421 Raider Boot||
|7.||Carhartt Men's 4" Romeo Waterproof Breathable Non Safety Toe Pull-On Boot CMS4100||
|8.||KEEN Utility Men's Destin Mid Steel Toe Work Shoe||
|9.||Thorogood Men’s Composite Safety Toe Gen Flex Work Boot.||
|10.||New Balance Men's MID627 Steel-Toe Work Shoe.||
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