Safety Toe Work Boots are a staple choice in a wide variety of fields!
Your little piggies head to work with you, and you need to keep them safe in their pen, right? Let’s make it happen. If you’re in construction, farming, the trades, or any job where you’re lifting, moving, or positioning heavy objects and machinery, safety boots are a must.
Why are they important? For starters, these boots can be required for safety reasons on job sites depending on your position. Regardless, they’re always a smart move for helping prevent broken toes and hazards!
Safety Toe Work Boots are the best fit for people looking for protection, increased mobility, and extreme comfort.
For over a century, Thorogood has put our soul in every sole purchased. We’ve always believed hard working Americans deserve boots they can rely on through the early mornings and late nights, no matter what.
Choose from a unique variety of sizes, heights, and widths. You can also customize your Safety Toe Work Boots by choosing features like waterproof material, insulation, toe protection, and more.
Need some advice? You can take a look at the differences between composite and steel safety toe work boots), Boot Basics: Composite Toe vs Steel Toe Work Boots.
Let’s get to it, take a look by scrolling down.
STEEL TOE BOOTS
If you require sturdy, long-lasting toe protection, Thorogood has the perfect fit and style to keep your feet safe on the job. Steel toe work boots are a staple in the safety world; they help shield your feet from potentially hazardous objects like rolling machinery or heavy items. People like mechanics, operators, builders, loggers, and more, frequently choose steel toe boots to stay protected. To find the right boot for you, browse through available steel toe boots or use the Toe Protection filter on the series pages.
COMPOSITE TOE BOOTS
With a lighter weight than traditional steel toe work boots, composite toe boots are a good option for electricians, engineers, project managers, and other people who are on their feet all day and need toe protection, but who don't work regularly with heavy machinery. The materials used to make comp toe boots are poor conductors, so they don't conduct heat or electricity. Some composite toe work boots also won't set off a metal detector (unless they have a steel shank or other metal in the construction of the boot, nails or staples), so they can be a good choice for people who work in airports or secure jobsites that don't require a steel toe. Check out all our composite toe boot options here or use the Toe Protection filter on any other page to narrow down your choices.