Men's Kodiak Trail Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker Safety Work Shoe

Item # 3020
3020
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
C$ 169.99
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Men's Kodiak Trail Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker Safety Work Shoe

C$ 169.99
Product Details
In unpredictable conditions, you need a work shoe you can depend on to keep you dry, protected and focused on the job. Fully waterproof, seam-sealed leather is backed with a waterproof membrane to keep out the elements. For the harshest worksites, the ROCKFIBRE® METAL FREE composite toe is reinforced with an abrasion-resistant rubber toe cap for added durability.
Fit
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  • Full grain waterproof leather upper with waterproof membrane
  • Comfort padded gusseted tongue keeps out debris
  • Breathable nylon mesh lining
  • Abrasion-resistant rubber toe and heel guard
  • Removable polyurethane insole provides maximum cushioning and comfort
  • Lightweight compression molded EVA midsole
  • Slip and oil-resistant rubber outsole
  • ROCKFIBRE® METAL FREE technology
  • CSA approved composite toe, composite plate, ESR
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ROCKFIBRE® METAL FREE Technology

Kodiak® ROCKFIBRE® footwear is manufactured with a metal-free protective toe and puncture-resistant plate. Metal-free components are lighter than steel and provide better insulation against the cold.

Slip Resisting Results

The following average coefficients of friction (CoFs) were attained under specified test conditions according to the CSA Z195-14 standard. Tested at Satra Technology Services, May 2019.


Co-Efficient of Friction Flat Heel
Quarry Tile: Wet 0.73 0.63
Quarry Tile: Dry 0.83 0.71
Stainless Steel: Wet 0.58 0.51

Floor and air temperature, type of flooring, a contaminated floor surface are all variables that can affect the slip resistance of footwear. We recommend you seek the advice of your retailer, safety officer, and/or Kodiak Group Holdings for appropriate footwear for your application.