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. Composite toe work boots also won't set off a metal detector (unless they have a steel shaft), so they're 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.

Learn more about the difference between composite toe boots and steel toe work boots in our video (with transcript), Boot Basics: Composite Toe vs Steel Toe Work Boots.