Bullfrog Pro II is rated out of 5 by 2.
Bullfrog Pro II
ACE Workboots Black, Style# 64133
Description and features:
The Bullfrog Pro II will let you handle any tough job with ease. This 10” slip-resistant soft toe work boot is water-resistant and has a gel insole for the comfort and safety you deserve.
- 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.
- Electrical Hazard Protection: Equipped with electric shock resistant soles and heels, capable of withstanding 18,000 volts.
- Soft Toe: Soft toe of protective, durable material
- Electrical Hazard (EH) Rated
- PU gel insole for extra comfort
- 10 inch shaft
- EVA upper
- Slip-resistant outsole with TripGuard protection
- Weight (per shoe): 20.07 oz.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Justin89 from Gets it done so I can focus on work. Slip resistant- yes! Kept my feet dry too. 2nd day as a dishwasher at work. Used my tan colored brahmas from Walmart last time but needed black boots and these meet expectations. I also feel safer with shoes for crews non slip outsoles than any other brand. I had to tuck my pants inside to make it more comfortable on my calves and shins but I think they will last me a long time. Maybe I'll get some taller socks. Didn't even flinch when the other kitchen guys were scrambling around while some were mopping and tossing buckets of water along the floor. I chose these because most of the other choices had shanks which in my experience hurt my feet after the first hour of wear. I usually prefer lace up but I didn't feel that familiar "lag" I usually get with any type of slip on shoe or boot. My second choice was the Fargo composite toe but unfortunately I needed boots ASAP and didn't receive a reply on my question concerning them in time.
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dwilks61 from Some flaws They have a tight fit and one of my boots already leaks getting my socks wet. Can’t seems to seem to find where it is leaking at.
Date published: 2018-11-15