Who should use chemical resistant work boots?
Professionals working in industrial environments such as chemical works, corrosives, abrasives, etc. People handling garbage, refuse, barnyard chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, etc. People working with nuclear, biomedical and biohazardous materials should use these boots. As they are puncture-resistant, biohazard-proof and waterproof. They also have oil, abrasion, slip-resistant soles.
Do chemical resistant work boots have sealed seams?
These boots are completely sealed between the upper and sole to prevent any water, dissolved chemicals or chemical spills from seeping into the boots. Yet they carry all the comfort features such as comfortable, durable and supporting midsole and footbed. The foot is gripped comfortably in a chemical-resistant synthetic or leather upper.
When you wear your Steel Blue boots you’ll experience:
Fewer shock forces: To your feet, knees, hips and lower back.
More flexibility in the sole: thanks to hi-tech materials.
The feeling of lightweight work boots: That is durable and fit-for-purpose.
Less stress-related injuries: To the feet, ankles, knees, hips and lower back.
Greater comfort and overall wellbeing: So you can focus on getting the job done.