Men's Kodiak Quest Bound Low Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker Safety Work Shoe

Item # 4TF3
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Color: Camo/Olive Green

Men's Kodiak Quest Bound Low Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker Safety Work Shoe

Product Details
Inspired by hiking boots and built for ultimate performance on the job, our waterproof safety shoe delivers agility, comfort and serious protection—bringing together a ground-gripping Vibram® TC4+ rubber outsole, composite toe, and composite plate to maximize performance and safety while keeping weight to a minimum.
Runs small
Runs large
  • Rugged, waterproof, full grain leather upper
  • Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed membrane
  • TPU molded toe guard for added durability
  • KODIAK® SOS Smell Out Science® odor control technology
  • Comfortzone® footbed with OrthoLite® comfort foam
  • Compression molded EVA midsole offers shock absorption
  • Oil, heat and slip-resistant Vibram® TC4 rubber outsole compound
  • CSA and ASTM approved composite toe, composite plate and ESR/EH
  • Style available: Camo / Olive Green (4TF3CO)

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Vibram® is the world leader in high-performance soling systems. We combine cutting-edge sole designs with advanced rubber compounds to deliver optimum performance in outdoor, exploration, industrial and safety environments.

Kodiak® SOS Smell Out Science®

Innovative odor control technology. Beneficial microbes breakdown odor causing bacteria.

Comfortzone® System

Dual density polyurethane and OrthoLite® comfort foam footbed treated with Kodiak® SOS Smell Out Science®.

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, January 2020.

Co-Efficient of Friction Flat Heel
Quarry Tile: Wet 0.89 0.77
Quarry Tile: Dry 1.25 1.18
Stainless Steel: Wet 1.04 0.82

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 Group Holdings for appropriate footwear for your application.