~Nautilus Men's 1700 Brown Composite Toe EH Shoes have full-grain nubuck leather and mesh uppers so your feet can breathe. They lace-up, so you can adjust the fit for some almost-end-of-the-day comfort. They’re non-metallic, rated for electrical hazards, and the composite toes meet ASTM standards.
If you’re trying to decide between steel toes and composite toes, here's a comparison. They both meet safety requirements for dropped or rolling objects. But steel toes are made with...well, steel. Composite toes are made with a different material, like Kevlar, carbon fiber, or plastic. Composites are lighter than steel and won’t set off alarms. There's no exposed metal in this composite toe footwear, so you'll meet your work requirements for scratch-resistance.
Inside the Nautilus shoes, the removable dual-density insoles give you two layers of comfort for those days that never seem to end. They can be taken out for replacement or cleaning. If you let insoles rest, they’ll regain their shape and last longer. They’ll smell better, too. The EVA midsoles and air bag cushioning system give you added comfort. Your feet will feel better with the TPU support and the fiberglass shanks/ They combine to give you cross stabilization. Your feet will have some much-needed reinforcement when you wear these men's shoes!
The Nautilus Men's 1700 Composite Toe Brown Shoes have rubber outsoles that are oil- and slip-resistant for added stability. That means you won’t go slipping around the worksite. For those of you who trip on a pocket of air, there are bumper toes and heel guards to protect the EH shoes against abrasion. Order yours today from Working Person's Store!