Men's Kodiak Greb 6" Steel Toe Safety Work Boot

Item # 4TH4
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Color: Black
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Men's Kodiak Greb 6" Steel Toe Safety Work Boot

Product Details
A tribute to the original Kodiak Greb boot that earned legions of loyal followers a generation ago, our reimagined Greb 6" is lighter, more flexible and built for the worksite. True to the original, we used premium leather, and for the lining, chose Cambrelle® fabric that wicks away moisture and resists abrasions. And to keep workers safer on the job, we added a steel toe and composite plate—finished off with a slip- and oil-resistant TPU outsole.
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  • Full grain, lightly pebbled 6” leather work boot
  • Full leather padded tongue with comfort collar
  • Abrasion resistant, moisture-wicking Cambrelle® lining
  • Heavy duty polyester pull-tab and lace-keeper
  • Comfortzone® LITE footbed built with OrthoLite® Hybrid™ compound
  • Direct injected polyurethane midsole with integrated injected toe bumper
  • Slip and oil-resistant TPU outsole
  • CSA and ASTM approved steel toe, composite plate, ESR/EH
  • Weight: 748 grams / 1.65 lbs per size 9 boot
  • Styles available: Black (4TH4BK), Brown (4TH4BN)

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Comfortzone® Lite

Kodiak Comfortzone® LITE built with OrthoLite® Hybrid™, an Open Cell PU formulation that uniquely blends 5% recycled rubber and 15% production waste foam for a total 20% eco-content delivering uncompromised sustainable comfort and performance with less impact on the planet.

OrthoLite® Comfort Foam

OrthoLite® comfort foam insole provides moisture management and long-term cushioning.

Slip Resisting Results

The following average coefficients of friction (CoFs) were attained under specified test conditions according to the CSA Z195-14 standard. Tested at Satra Technology Services, April 2021.

Co-Efficient of Friction Flat Heel
Quarry Tile: Wet 0.45 0.37
Quarry Tile: Dry 1.19 0.95
Stainless Steel: Wet 0.67 0.46

Floor and air temperature, type of flooring, a contaminated floor surface are all variables that can affect the slip resistance of footwear. We recommend you seek the advice of your retailer, safety officer, and/or Kodiak, a brand of Workwear Outfitters, LLC. for appropriate footwear for your application.