Impact testing determines the amount of protection to the toe under various foot pounds of force. Compression testing determines the amount of static pressure a steel/composite toe cap can withstand. Our boots are I75/C75
Footwear is built with nail-free construction using steel composition toe caps to help insulate you from the ground retard conduction, but is not intended to be primary protection against electric shock. Leather footwear must be dry. Our electrical hazard boots meets and exceeds ASTM F2413-05 electrical hazard standards.
La plantilla Airport proporciona soporte y amortiguación
Confección con pegamento ligera y flexible
Clasificación de la punta de protección que cumple con la Norma ASTM F2413
Cumple con el estándar de riesgos eléctricos de la Norma ASTM F2413
Suela de caucho/EVA moldeada Rigitrac™ resistente a los resbalones y al aceite
The Rocky® Alpha Force is a boot built to work as hard as you. When the job gets tough, these 8-inch composite toe boots can handle whatever is thrown their way.
These boots feature a composite toe cap and meet the highest ASTM F2413-05 Protective Toe footwear standards for impact and compression resistance.
Constructed with a special oil and slip resistant RigiTrac™ molded EVA and rubber outsole, these soles really grip the terrain to help you maintain your footing. Comfort is key when you work long days on your feet. These boots feature the Rocky Air-Port™ footbed, which is a high performance, cushioning and comfortable footbed that circulates air with every step. This footbed is molded from durable PU so it won't break down or lose its shape over time. Slide in and out of these boots with ease with a heavy-duty inside zipper featuring a Velcro security closure.
If you're looking for a boot that can keep up with you, the Rocky® Alpha Force is perfect for the job.
Rated 1 out of
Kills your feetBought the boots about 2 weeks ago now figuring your just needed to break them in when in fact the heel cup in the lot can not be broken in and just keeps digging into your Achilles with every step. Tried bending it with pliers and working it out but it always seems to go right back to digging into your Achilles.