Rubber footwear comprises rubber shoes and boots widely used in various
industries. These shoes are specially designed to be worn in corrosive
environments, especially in chemical industry and mines. With its reinforced
heel and toe, rubber footwear is designed to stand up to tough daily wear.
That's why these shoes are considered the industry standard. Rubber has been
used in the shaft and bottom of industrial boots to reduce the weight and
improve the durability. These rubber shoes contribute comfort, hot and
cold-temperature resistance, aesthetics and longevity all while reducing
cycle times and improving lot-to-lot quality.
Types of rubber used in rubber boots
- Injection molded. The shoes and boots are made in seamless
construction for 100% waterproof protection.
- It has excellent tensile strength.
- The rubber footwear is ease of stretch and tear resistance for more
- It has comfort and style.
- The footwear will not crack or stiffen in the coldest of weather.
- Some rubber boot has deep cleated out-sole spits out debris for good
slip resistance and longer wear.
- Heavy duty heel kick-off cleat for easy no hands removal.
- Sturdy and strong for secure closure.
- No lining for easy cleaning and decontamination.
- Less material in the upper portion of the shoe results in lighter
weight and reduced leg fatigue.
Rubber footwear is worn in almost every industry as a protective wear.
Workers in chemical industry, road construction, mines make ample use of
rubber boots. The industrial protective and safety footwear, provided with
safety toecaps, are used for general and heavy duty use. The footwear is
used in specific hazardous environments.