What are Safety Shoes?
What are safety shoes? Safety shoes have special safety features to keep your feet safe in occupational environments. SafeShoes.com specializes in safety footwear. Below are the icons used for all our safety shoe features. On each page in our online store, you will see these icons and by hovering over them on the product page you can easily see which safety shoe feature each represent. Click on any of the icons to view all the shoes with that particular feature. You may also use our selection tools in our left column to select multiple features, helping you to locate footwear with all the safety features necessary for your job.
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What do these safety features mean?
Wide Toe Work Boots - (Extra Wide Toe) - If you have ever had any problems wearing steel-toe, safety shoes comfortably or if you just have wide toes and feet, you’ll appreciate the real comfort that wide toe work boots can give your feet for working all day on concrete floors. Click here for more information on our wide toe work boots.
Static Dissipative Shoes - (SD) Static Dissipative Shoes are worn in mainly two types of environments: Computer component handling facilities and nuisance Static Electricity environments, like plants where the process and machinery create a large Static Electricity field in the manufacturing process. Click here for more information on Static Dissipatiave Shoes..
Metatarsal Shoes - (MET) Metatarsal foot protection is designed to prevent or reduce injuries when the toe and metatarsal areas of the foot are exposed to drop hazards.
Slip Resistant Shoes (SR) Slip-Resistant Shoes have specially designed soles that provide traction in slippery environments. All shoes on our website have soles that meet a minimum standard of .6 Wet or .35 Oily-Wet rating. Click here to view our Slip Resistant Shoes for Women and Slip Resistant Shoes for Men.