In the heat of the moment, you don’t have time to worry about your work wear letting you down. Maintain the intensity your work requires AND stay safe in Carolina Men's Brown FR1501 Composite Toe Met-Guard Flame-Resistant Waterproof Work Boots. These FR boots are ... (see full details) (see specifications) #CRLFR1501.
Carolina Boots: Men's Brown FR1501 Composite Toe Met-Guard Fire-Resistant Wellington Boots
In the heat of the moment, you don’t have time to worry about your work wear letting you down. Maintain the intensity your work requires AND stay safe in Carolina Men's Brown FR1501 Composite Toe Met-Guard Flame-Resistant Waterproof Work Boots. These FR boots are hardcore, with a sturdy design that can withstand the worst your workday bestows.
The leather uppers of these Carolina boots are combined with Nomex and Kevlar Ripstop. Kevlar can easily keep up with potential hazards because it’s resistant to chemicals and flames. It’s also designed to self-extinguish, so you can work with peace of mind that your feet are safe. Nomex is a flame-resistant fiber used specifically for industrial apparel that takes you into the most hazardous conditions. Bottom line - with these composite toe boots, you can work safely.
The smooth coffee-black, 12-inch uppers of these waterproof boots secure your safety to the max with composite safety toe caps that protect against rolling or falling objects according to ASTM I-75/C-75 standards. There are also a protective heat-resistant rubber toes and a Kevlar/carbon felt lining in these pull-on boots, which guards against heat from the inside out.
If your work takes you into the muck, your feet will stay dry with waterproofing SCUBALINER, Carolina’s exclusive proprietary waterproof lining system when you wear these slip-resistant boots. The Thornshield protective barrier blocks out even more potential hazards with a plastic-type material to guard against punctures when you wear these men's boots.
Rated for electrical hazard protection, these flame-resistant boots keep you safe when you’re working around open circuits. This EH footwear is tested by an independent lab that can withstand applications of 14,000 volts at 60hz for one minute without leakage. There are also a heavy duty fire- and heat-resistant rubber outsoles to guard each step you take against the abuse of your work terrain.
Inside these black and brown boots you’ll find a welcoming haven. Not only are there internal metguards, but removable contoured dual-density memory foam footbeds cradle your feet from heel to toe and feature injection molded support for conformed comfort. Polyurethane midsoles soften the stress of your work day, so your feet don’t feel pounded at the end of the day. Non-metallic shanks in these met guard boots protect your arches.
These EH boots are secured with Kevlar thread for ultimate flame-resistant protection. Your work will never take you behind a desk. But, it might take you into life and death situations that require full support. Get the support you need to work at your best with Carolina Men's Brown FR1501 Composite Toe Flame-Resistant Met-Guard Waterproof Boots.
Manufactured Sizes: D 8-12, 13, 14 | EE 8-12, 13, 14
3 out of 4 people found this product review helpful.
5 out of 5
Best boots ever...
These are the best work boots for summer. I work in gas field with water always present. So far these Carolina boots are still waterproof. They are comfortable and durable. The sizes are right on the money. Love these boots.
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5 out of 5
By: caleb harris
Work in oil and gas, best boot I have ever owned. On my second pair. 1st pair I wore out the lining putting them on and taking them off. Lasted almost two years. I wore them all last winter in North Dakota, never cold wearing knee high thin poly socks that did not fall down.
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1 out of 5
be careful what you pay for...
By far worst boots I've ever bought. The internal meta gaurd rubbed and bruised the top of my feet. No matter what socks I bought none would stay on with these boots.. The "best" part is I spent 200 dollars for waterproof boots and have soaked feet 1 month after purchase. First and last pair of Carolinas ever. Terrible first impression highly dissatisfied