Black Diamond Rubber Firefighter BootBlack Diamond
Not all rubber boots are made the same, Black Diamond Rubber Fire Boots provide maximum protection with all-day comfort and support.
Their accurate fit design, large spacious steel toe and removable Ortholite® footbeds provide unmatched comfort making it the BEST DAMN RUBBER FIRE BOOT. PERIOD.
The foot form (“last”) used to construct these boots has been designed for maximum comfort and accurate fit. A larger, naturally shaped steel toecap is used to allow complete freedom of toe movement. The heel area is anatomically tapered to hold your heel snugly and comfortably in place, eliminating “heel slip”.
COMFORT FIT WITH ORTHOLITE®
The Comfort Fit System is built upon a removable Ortholite® footbed that is breathable, long-lasting and durable. Below the footbed is a high-density polyurethane midsole which absorbs energy and provides cushioning.
|BOOT HEIGHT:||16 Inches|
|LOWER MID SOLE:||9.5 mm coated felt.|
|INSULATION:||4.8 mm open cell foam.|
|LEG LINING:||Kevlar/Nomex with 1.2 mm coating.|
|0.76 mm net lining calendar coated.|
|Stitched down linings ensure no liner pull-out. High abrasion nylon heel non-slip provides maximum wear and secure fit.|
|FOOT BED:||OrthoLite®, breathable polyurethane sock liner for better performance, extra cushioning, drier, and healthier environment under the foot.|
|TIBIA PROTECTOR:||3.5 mm heavy corrugated roll.|
|STEEL TOE:||Meets or exceeds standards listed below.|
|STEEL PR PLATE:||Stainless steel – meets or exceeds standards listed below.|
|STEEL SHANK:||Double ridged steel.|
|OUT SOLE:||One piece molded K-Lug design.|
|PULL ON LOOPS:||Rubber coated pull-on loops for durability.|
BLACK DIAMOND RUBBER FIREFIGHTING BOOTS MEET OR EXCEED THE FOLLOWING STANDARDS:
1. NFPA - 1971 - 2018: Edition Standard for structural fire fighting
2. NFPA - 1992 - 2018: Liquid splash
3. CSA - Z195 - 92: Protective footwear
THIS PRODUCT HAS ALSO RECEIVED CERTIFICATION TO THE FOLLOWING:
1. Federal OSHA 29 CFR 1910, 156(e)(2) effective July 1, 1992
2. Cal OSHA title 8 G150 Section 3408 effective April 30, 1985
Steel Toe: 93 ft./lb. Drop Test
Steel Plate: 300 lb. Penetration Test
E.S.R (EH): 18 kv Test