Footwear is built with nail-free construction to help insulate you from the ground to slow down conduction, but is not intended to be primary protection against electric shock. Leather footwear must be dry. Our electrical hazard boots meet and exceed ASTM electrical hazard standards.
SPR™ leather offers protection against and resists caustic alkali, sulfuric acid, calcium hydroxide, potassium phosphate and caustic potash, which means your boots will be "barnyard-proof".
Nylon Pull Tab
Cushion EVA midsole
SPR full-grain leather
Heel-stabilizing Counter Lock
6 Inches in height
ASTM F2892 electrical hazard standard
Weight: 2.3 pounds per pair for a size 10
Goodyear® welt construction
Combination eyelet/hook hardware
Padded Counter Pocket
Heat, chemical, abrasion, and slip-resisting dual-density EVA and Carbo-Tec rubber outsole
Georgia Boot is no stranger to crafting quality wedge work boots. The AMP LT 6" wedge lace up boot is built with the same great SPR leather our classic wedges are known for but now includes our premium comfort insole and a high-performance outsole.
The upper features combination eyelet and hook hardware, a nylon pull tab for easy on and the Counter Lock System to prevent heel slippage. The interior is unlined and contains a padded counter pocket for additional heel support and the removable AMP LT memory foam insole.
The outsole package on this 6" wedge work boot is comprised of a fiberglass shank for added stability, a cushioning EVA midsole, and our proprietary Carbo-Tec rubber. This special rubber gives the outsole great resistance against heat, oil, chemicals and slips.
Would you recommend these boots for a Foreman on a framing crew? I live in the Pacific NW.
Asked by: Taxed
If you do not need protective toe, then yes! If you do I would suggest this version: https://www.georgiaboot.com/georgia/georgia-boot-amp-lt-wedge-steel-toe-waterproof-work-boot/GB00351.html?dwvar_GB00351_color=23#start=1