Lion Mens Tri-Certified Battalion Leather Fire Boot, NFPA

Lion Mens Tri-Certified Battalion Leather Fire Boot, NFPA

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Lion Mens Tri-Certified Battalion Leather Fire Boot, NFPA

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Similar to the LION Marshall™ boot in appearance, this multi-functional 14" pull-on boot is certified to meet NFPA 1971 Structural Firefighting and NFPA 1971 Proximity Firefighting and NFPA 1992 Liquid Splash requirements.

This tri-certification allows firefighters to wear the same boot for structural firefighting and proximity firefighting operations while providing added protection from liquid splash of some hazardous chemicals.
  • Top grain, waterproof, flame, chemical and cut-resistant leather construction
  • A puncture-resistant LENZI® inner sole
  • A hard-wearing, breathable and absorbent Cambrelle® lining
  • 3M Scotchlite™ silver reflective trim
  • Full CROSSTECH® fabric construction for superior liquid penetration resistance
  • A molded thermoplastic heel counter
  • A tempered steel safety toe
  • A Lock-Fit Ankle Support System™ (patent pending)
  • Extremely flexible Goodyear® storm welt construction
  • Extra composite layer for enhanced comfort and thermal insultation
  • Pierce-Protect Arch Protection System™ (patent pending) for multidirectional puncture protection
  • A slip-resistant Vibram® Fire & Ice™ sole

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    How do the size of these boots compare to your actual shoe size? smaller, larger, same? when ordering.
    Asked on 5/11/2014 by RG86 from Iqaluit, NU

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      Almost all of the boot manufactures are using the same sizing as you would wear in a athletic shoe, i.e. running shoes, etc.

      Answered on 5/13/2014 by Bg
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