Baffin Oilrig Women's Steel Toe Work Boots
Baffin's industrial footwear provides safety, comfort and durability for use in hazardous work environments. Baffin manufactures a range of steel toe and insulated work boots for use in chemical, utility, construction, agricultural, and food processing settings. The Baffin Oilrig is specifically built for a woman's foot and is designed for all day support and comfort. The Oilrig is intended to work just as hard as you do, with a self-cleaning lug outsole, Oarprene acid and oil resistant base, a Neoprene acid and oil resistant upper, and rust resistant hardware. Comfort rated to temperatures of -60°C/-76°F, the Oilrig is the ideal choice for women who work in agriculture, chemical, petrochemical, construction, utilities, food processing, and any other cold weather work environment that calls for safety footwear.
Made in Canada!
Baffin's Chemical Resistance Chart provides more detailed information regarding chemicals and Baffin industrial boots.
Available in whole sizes only. Baffin runs true to size. If you wear a half size, please order the next size up. For example, if you wear a size 8.5 shoe, please order the size 9.
Free shipping within the US 48 for orders over $49!
Usually ships same or next business day.
PRE-BOOKED SIZES WILL SHIP AS AVAILABLE. EXPECTED SHIP CURRENTLY January 28, 2019!
- Height 13 inches
- Weight 3.6 lbs per boot
- Materials > Neoprene acid and oil resistant upper
> Acid and oil resistant lace and stitching
> CSA/ASTM approved, ESR/EH rated
- Base > Steel toe and plate
> Acid and oil resistant Oarprene base
- Comfort Range -76°F to 20°F *Varies depending on cold tolerance, metabolism and activity level.
- Insulation > Form fitting polymech foam for custom contoured fit
> B-Tek 4 channel hollow fiber insulation provides thermal insulation
> Hydromax II moisture management system
- Water Resistance Neoprene upper and rubber base
- Closure Snow Collar
- When To Wear Petro-chemical, recycling, road maintenance, freezer industry or any industry where chemical resistance is required.