HAZMAX® Regular Steel Toe Boots

Boot 16" High

Maximum protection against chemical and electrical hazards.
Read More >

Risk-Free Guarantee

PRICING (Based on quantity)

1 - 5


6 - 11


12 +

(Best Value)

Get a Free Gift with every delivery! 
Learn More



The State of California mandates that the following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986.

Chemical Known to Cause
Antimony Oxide (Antimony trioxide) Cancer

  • This product is subject to export restrictions and cannot be shipped to the European Union or Great Britain.

Maximum protection against chemical and electrical hazards.

  • Designed specifically for safe long-term work in wet, chemical environments
  • Seamless, mold-injected PVC/Urethane construction maximizes protection against chemical and electrical hazards
  • Non-slip sole for safe footing on slippery surfaces
  • Ideal for use by emergency responders, hazmat crews, environmental specialists and site remediation teams
  • Exceeds ANSI and CSA standards for dielectric footwear
  • Comfortable design is ideal for daily use or equipping employees for a spill emergency
  • 16" high with steel toe and midsole protects from contamination and penetration
  • Polyester lining and cushioned insoles provide comfort when worn over socks
  • NOTE: Men's sizes only; women should order two sizes smaller
Get the stuff you use most, right when you need it, shipped automatically.

Style Boot
Brand Dunlop Onguard
Reusable Yes
Shoe Height 16" High
Toe Type Steel Toe
Sold as 1 pair
Color Green
Weight 6.8 lbs.
Composition PVC, Urethane Blend
UNSPSC 46181602
Pigalog® Page Number Page 193
NSN (National Stock Number) 8430-01-525-6382 (WPL32-15)
8430-01-525-6387 (WPL32-14)
8430-01-525-6380 (WPL3213)
8430-01-525-6313 (WPL3211)
8430-01-525-6312 (WPL3210)

  • Product Data Sheet (PDS)
  • Chemical Compatibility for Onguard Industries Hazmax® Boots
  • 29 CFR 1910.132
    Employers must evaluate the workplace for process, environmental, chemical, radiological or mechanical hazards; and provide workers with appropriate personal protective equipment to protect them from any hazards present in the workplace.
  • 29 CFR 1910.136
    In areas, "where there is a danger of foot injuries due to falling or rolling objects, or objects piercing the sole" or where there are electrical hazards, employers must ensure that workers wear the appropriate foot protection to guard against these hazards.
  • Certifications, Approvals and Ratings
  • NFPA 1991 Boot Requirement


1 2 3 4 5
  • star star star star star By CHERI 08/22/2017


    "These boots are quality boots. They are holding up very good in our harsh environment, very pleased with them."

Sign Up for PIG Deals

Score incredible offers, insightful info, cool promos, handy tips and more!

Thank You!

You're signed up! Keep an eye out for exclusive promos sent to your inbox.