Rockport Works RK600 Top Shore SD Steel Toe Penny Loafer Shoe
Rockport Works RK600 Top Shore SD Steel Toe Penny Loafer Shoe Description
ROCKPORT WORK - Women's Rockport RK600 Top Shore Black Leather SD Steel Toe Penny Loafer Work Shoe
STYLE: SD Steel Toe Slip On Loafer Work Shoe
STYLE NO: RK600
UPPER: Full Grain Leather
TYPE: Penny Loafer
LINING: Synthetic Leather Lining with Anti-Slip Heel Counter
INSOLE: Removable Wrapped Memory Foam Cushion Insert
OUTSOLE: Rubber Outsole
SPECIAL FEATURES: Dual Resistor (SD 10), No Exposed Metal on Upper
The Rockport Work Top Shore Penny loafer features I/C75footwear is manufactured to meet or exceed ASTM class 75 Impact and Compression standards, Non Corrosive Steel Toe Meets or exceeds ASTM F2413 Standard for protective footwear, ESD performance takes the next step with DR dual-resistor, and is Slip resistance or coefficient of friction is the most commonly used way to measure the relative slipperiness of footwear.
ASTM F2413 - An organization which plays an important leadership role in addressing the standardization needs of the global marketplace. ASTM has answered the call with consensus standards that have made products and services safer, better and more cost effective. ASTM continues to be the standards forum of choice to a diverse range of industries in solving standardization challenges.
STEEL TOE - Non corrosive steel toes used in footwear to provide protection for the toe area. Meets or exceeds ASTM F2413 Standard for protective footwear.
SD 10 - STATIC DISSIPATIVE SD 10 WITH DUAL RESISTOR: Static Dissipative footwear dissipates static electricity from the wearer’s body into the walking surface to prevent static electricity build-up. It also provides some electrical resistance and offers limited protection to the wearer against electrical shock. Dual Resistor SD is a Warson Brands patented technology (US Patent 6,421,222) that precisely and reliably provides 1 to 10 megohms of electrical resistance, ensuring that the footwear meets the SD 10 standard. These shoes are to be used in areas where the generation of static electricity could harm electrical equipment, circuit board assembly, the manufacture of computer chips, or paint application processes.
SLIP RESISTANT - Slip resistance or coefficient of friction is the most commonly used way to measure the relative slipperiness of footwear. Two of the more common testing machines are the James Machines and the Mark II.