Amblers FS420 Caimen Waterproof Safety Boots With Composite Toe Caps & Midsole
Model FS410 Piranha Amblers
Description of the Amblers FS420 Caimen Safety Boots
Ambler FS420 Caimen: Lightweight, waterproof safety boot from UK's protective footwear label, Amblers Safety. Water-resistant action crazy horse
leather upper with rubber heel support for extra protection. Industrial strength D-Ring lace holds with upper speed lacing hooks. Comfortably
padded collar with contrast black PU overlay. Waterproof lining and the water-resistant padded bellowed tongue keeps feet dry and
comfortable. Lightweight 200J composite toe cap meeting industrial protective footwear standards. Flexible Kevlar midsole provides underfoot
protection whilst allowing the foot to flex and bend naturally. Exclusive Amblers Safety slip-resistant chunky Rubber/EVA sole with superb
traction and energy absorbing heel. Meets European EN ISO20345:2011 safety footwear standards, rating S3 WR. Antistatic construction.
Safety Rating S3
Sizes Range 6 - 12
Marking Code SRA
Features with the Amblers FS420 Caimen Mens Safety Boots
- Water Resistant
- Toe Protection
- Heel energy absorption
- Composite cap
- Composite midsole
- Slip resistant
Technical Description of the Amblers FS420 Caimen Waterproof Safety Boots
Lightweight waterproof boot with a Water-resistant leather upper and an Internal waterproof membrane
has a really nice Padded PU Collar & tongueas well as a Bellowed tongue for comfort, add to that that the boot is also Antistatic with Energy absorbent heel and a Fuel & oil resistant outsole this is a great all round safety boot.
"Waterproof" the test for a product to be rated as waterproof was 500 steps in 1cm of water it has now been increased to 1000 steps in 3cm of water, no material can ever be 100% waterproof it will always have some Ingres, if you are working in very wet conditions GORE-TEX lined products will give a better level of protection as they set the standard at 250,000 steps in 5cm of water, or a wellington. Wellingtons are only waterproof to a point if you are using a pressure washer this is at a much higher pressure than rain and very few wellingtons can withstand this.