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Women's Work and Safety Boots

Protect your feet from high-risk environments and hazardous materials while also preventing injury to your knees and back with women's work and safety boots. Not only should the ideal pair of boots be tough, durable and comfortable for lasting satisfaction, but it should also meet Australia and New Zealand Standards for protective and occupational footwear for your peace of mind.


How well constructed a boot is determines whether it can meet the impact of your work environment. Look for even stitching or strong adhesive bonds that resist tearing, grooves for flexibility while on the move and padding to cushion from injury and enhance comfort. Leather boots are durable, while synthetic work and safety boots are lightweight and do not weigh you down on your hours-long shift at the godown or when climbing uphill.


For the most secure fit, consider lace-up work and safety boots that stay on indefinitely without interference. Slip-on boots provide the easiest access, going on and coming off in seconds.

Safety Features for Specific Environments

Some safety boot features work well in specific environments. For instance, shock-resistant shoes that protect from electrical hazards are ideal in any situation that involves electricity, such as the computer industry. On the other hand, work shoes that are resistant to slipping, acids, heat and chemicals make them ideal wear for nurses, lab technicians and those who work in environments that have wet surfaces.

Work and Safety Boots Care

Prolong the life of your safety boots with the right care regimen to maximise protection for your feet. It is imperative that you follow the manufacturer's instructions on how to care for your boots to prevent damage. However, general boot care usually involves inspecting your boots daily for wear and tear, removing any dirt or stains with a damp cloth and replacing worn parts, such as insoles, at the earliest appearance.

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