Hellfire Rubber Insulated Felt Firefighting Boot with Lug SoleCertified NFPA 1971-2013 Standard on Protective Ensemble for Structural Fire Fighting 2007 Edition; NFPA 1992-2012 Standard on Liquid Splash-Protective Ensembles and Clothing for Hazardous Materials Emergencies; NFPA 1500, Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program; and ASTM F 2413-11 M I/75 C/75 PR EH.
- UPPER: FLAME/Heat-Resisting Rubber
- CONSTRUCTION: Vulcanized Rubber/Shoe FIt Engineered
- OUTSOLE: FLAME/HEAT RESISTING "Traction Lug"
- LINING: 3.5mm Polyester Needled Felt with Heel Reinforcement
- INSOLE: Removable Superknit Covered Polyurethane
- MIDSOLE: Stainless Steel Puncture Resisting Bottom Plate
- SHANK: Steel Triple Ladder Shank
- Oversized Steel Toe
- Electrical Hazard
- Double Reinforced Pull Loops
- Cushioned Shin Guard
Ratings & Reviews
You get what you pay for.
The price on these boots is what they are cheap. If you're looking for a pair to just get you by these are them. But they wear out after a few years of moderate use.
Served me well
I used these boots during my Firefighter I academy and they served me well. They were comfortable and supportive and made it easy to be on my feet all day. The sole has worn significantly as has the toe, but for the price this is to be expected. The traction is good on soft surfaces, however on the metal of the burn tower slipping was a common occurance. Overall I would recommend these boots to someone looking for a low cost pair of boots to wear for recruit academy or other training, but not for prolonged on the job use.
Good value boot for low budget volunteer service
Nice looking boot
They were very pleased at this product for the low price that we paid!!! Very nice boots!
"How tall are your boots.(11"" 12"" tall ect)"
They are 14"" tall
"When ordering a size do you order your actual shoe size or a size larger???"
Chief, I would order your shoe size, just about every manufacturer is building their boot to be what they call shoe fit size, they are making a big effort on their part to make their boots more comfortable for the FF to wear, and not to cause them fatigue anymore than need be.
"How much does this boot weigh ?"
Pat, about 5 to 7lbs. as a pair
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