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Women's Carolina Composite Toe Slip Resistant+ Sd Lytning 1.9 Flash

on sale $69.99 originally $99.99
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style CA1941
Color: Grey
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This women's ESD Lytning 1.9 lightweight athletic composite toe work shoe delivers on-the-job safety and comfort.

Ultralight at just 1.9 lbs per pair, it's designed with a mesh and microfiber upper, a composite safety toe cap and oil- and slip-resisting outsole technology.

Details
  • Low-Cut Microfiber and Mesh Upper
  • Composite Safety Toe Cap
  • Removable AG8 Intelli/Sphere Polyurethane Dual-Density Foam Footbed
  • Mello/Sphere EVA Cushioning Midsole
  • Electrostatic Dissipative
  • Non-Metallic Shank
  • Cement Construction
  • Lytning™ Oil and Slip Resisting Outsole with Tech-Tonic Rubber Pads
Composite Toe - Composite toe footwear is a type of safety footwear designed to protect the toes from potential hazards in various work environments. The term "composite" refers to the use of non-metallic materials, often a combination of materials like fiberglass, Kevlar, carbon fiber, or other reinforced plastics, to create the protective toe cap. Composite toe caps offer protection similar to steel or alloy toe caps but with the advantage of being lighter in weight.
Slip Resisting - Slip-resistant footwear, also known as non-slip footwear or anti-slip footwear, is specially designed to provide enhanced traction and stability on slippery surfaces, reducing the risk of slips and falls. This type of footwear is essential in industries and work environments where workers are exposed to wet, oily, greasy, or otherwise slippery floors, such as hospitality, healthcare, food service, and manufacturing.
Static Dissipative - Static dissipative footwear, often abbreviated as SD footwear, is specialized footwear designed to control and reduce the buildup and discharge of static electricity in environments where electrostatic discharge (ESD) poses a risk. These shoes are commonly worn in industries such as electronics manufacturing, clean rooms, laboratories, and areas where sensitive electronic equipment is handled. The primary goal of static dissipative footwear is to prevent potential damage to electronic components and minimize the risk of sparks that could lead to explosions in certain environments.