These super-lite boots are the lightest work boots in Australia. Ergonomically designed for Australian feet these are the best selling and most comfortable composite work boot.
The combination of electrical HAZARD certification and the performance features of the ADAPT™ Range makes the Octane Zip ideal for electricians and construction workers that work on uneven surfaces and can be exposed to electric currents. Zip closure provides easy access and a quick exit in emergencies.
- Composite toe cap
- Slip resistant
- 300°c heat resistant nitrile rubber sole
- Fuel oil resistant sole
- Electrical hazard protection
- Water resistant
- Scuff cap
- Low catch sole
- Zip closure provides easy access and a quick exit in emergencies
- Registered fitting guide printed on the insole to indicate the correct spacing between the end of the longest toe and the toecap
- Constructed on cushioned foam insole board for a smooth ride
- Airport friendly
- 4 - 14 (half sizes 6.5 - 10.5)
- Honey & Black
- AS/NZS 2210.3
- EN-ISO 20345
- ASTM F2413-11
Online shopping - how to get the perfect fit?
STEP 1 - Foot length
The best way to do this is to stand barefoot on a piece of paper and mark where your longest toe ends.
Measure your foot length in millimetres from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe
Repeat this step with both feet, and use the largest measurement to calculate your size from the chart above.
STEP 2 - Need some width?
For those with a wider foot, we suggest you select a half size up.
STEP 3 - Trying them on!
When you receive your boots, try them on while you’re wearing the socks or stockings you will typically wear with your boots.
Ensure you’re standing up, and try them on a carpeted surface so the bottom of the boots are protected.
Need more info?
If you are still not sure about what size would be right for you, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We've all been there, you open the boots and the laces haven't been done up and you have no idea how to do it.Did you know that there are 6 ways to lace up your boots depending on the shape or health of your feet?Our friends at Steel Blue have created the lacing guide below that perfectly sums up the different ways to lace up your boots.Please remember to always get another pair of laces, the last thing you need is a blow out!
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