Composite toe shoes are similar to steel toe boots, but they are not the same. They are designed to protect the toes and conform to the same ANSI standard. As the name suggests, instead of steel, composite toe shoes have a composite material. These composites are usually a combination of plastic, Kevlar aramid fibers and carbon fibers.
People who work or use electricity usually require employers to wear steel foot boots or shoes, but may encounter problems when wearing them. If your employer also requires you to enter your workplace through a metal detector, but you are wearing steel boots, this is not possible. If you are allowed to wear composite toes, this will provide a simple solution for passing through metal detectors. Examples of work that requires the use of metal detectors and composite toe or steel boots may include airport safety and laboratory personnel.
The composite toe shoes on our website have many different styles, brands and sizes that offer you a lot of choice for this type of safety shoes. All composite toe shoes are marked with the following symbols.