Nautilus Shoes: N1452 Women's Alloy Lite Steel Toe Work Shoes
Tired of work boots that drag you down instead of lifting you up? If you've ever come home from a long day feeling slow and heavy, weighted down with strain, you're going to love the Nautilus N1452 Women's Alloy Lite Steel Toe EH Work Shoes.
Made to be one-third lighter in weight than traditional steel toe work shoes, this athletic footwear is specially constructed to give you carefree steps. Supple leather and airy nylon combine to create the gray/light blue design, an athletic style that looks great at work or play. No metal is exposed, reducing the risk of fraying and signs of wear.
Anti-fatigue polyurethane insoles offer supportive cushioning that does just that: reduce fatigue. This marvelous feat is achieved through the lightweight, rubber-like material that's made for shock-resistance. You can also remove these insoles any time for cleaning and maintenance. Airy EVA foam was injected into the midsoles, another cushioning layer to help you bounce back with every step. Strong shanks add support to further reduce muscle strain.
Alloy lite steel toes may not be as heavy as what you'll find elsewhere, but they still meet (or exceed) safety standards for impact- and compression-resistance. The EH (electrical hazard) protection also meets or exceeds F2413-05 specifications for job safety, soaking up dangerous shock from electrical circuits.
Firm support outsoles don't just offer shock-resistance but safety, keeping you steady with a slip-resisting tread that gives you grip even on slick surfaces. The oil-resistant finish prevents corrosive chemical wear that eats away at your shoes. Don't drag your feet - lift your soles (and your spirits) with the lightweight support and comfort you'll find inside Nautilus N1452 Women's Alloy Lite Steel Toe EH Work Shoes.
Sizes Manufactured: Medium 5 - 10,11,12 | Wide/XWide 5 - 10,11,12
Detailed Product Specifications
Additional Product Features
- Removable Footbed
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Comfort Guarantee
- Electrical Hazard (EH)