Phantom - Aluminum Toe - ESD is rated out of 5 by 2.
Phantom - Aluminum Toe - ESD
Men's Black + Gray, Style# 78617
Description and features:
Experience industrial grade protection and athletic performance with the Phantom, a slip-resistant work shoe packed with safety features. ZoneTraction and TripGuard in the outsole provide firm traction in the toughest work environments, while the electrostatic dissipative (ESD) protection minimizes static electricity build-up. This style also includes a water-resistant upper, an aluminum toe, and a PU gel insole with a fiberglass shank.
- Slip Resistant: Superior SFC slip-resistant outsole
- TripGuard: Decreased trip hazard zone to allow fluid movement between slippery environments.
- Water-Resistant: Treated to repel liquids from the surface.
- Comfort Insole: Premium insole offering lasting comfort and support.
- Electrostatic Dissipating: Designed to minimize the amount of static electricity build-up.
- Aluminum Toe: Aluminum toe meets ASTM F-2413 standards bearing a class 75 rating.
- Padded collar and tongue
- Fiberglass shank
- Gusseted tongue
- PU gel insole
- Synthetic, mesh upper
- Slip-resistant outsole with TripGuard protection
- INFUSE™ EVA midsole
- Weight (per shoe): 19.51 oz.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from The shoe is extremely comfortable in the type of work that I do. the slip resistant bottom does wear off a little faster than I would like. I walk up and down a metal ramp all day long in and out of fast food restaurants. If you could find a more durable slip resistant bottom then what's on there this shoe would be perfect.
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kristopher from Uncomfortable These were tight and uncomfortable so I chose to return them and upgrade them for the senator steel toe. Both of these shoes are high end the senator even more costly. My pinky toes looked like swollen grapes at the end of the day for 2 daya in a row so now I'm stuck with shoes that cost nearly 100$. I spent 50$ on insoles that didn't help the situation so those got returned as well. Shoes for crews I use to swear by them. I remember the first pair I purchased in 2001. They were called "The Smart Shoe" it was like walking on clouds very nice to look at and lasted me nearly 2 years. They cost around 35$... SFC BRING BACK The Smart Shoe I would gladly pay 100$ 1-2 times a year. It seems that when I find something that's comfortable then it falls apart quickly. If it is durable then I can't wear them for more than a few hours.
Date published: 2019-02-06