Southern Cross® Zip
One of our most popular styles, the Southern Cross® Zip is a Men’s 150mm ankle work boot with an Industrial Grade Zipper for easy on and easy off at the end of the work day. Available in Nubuck Leather, the Southern Cross® Zip is a popular choice for Construction, Warehouse, Fabricators and Indoor Trades.
Already legendary, the safe and comfortable features include:
– Quick Zip Release with Velcro tab to stop zip rattle
– 200J Steel Toe Cap for ultimate safety
– Anti-Static Properties for further protection against ignition hazards
– Low-Cut Scalloped Collar for ease of movement
– New Look Scuff Cap provides long lasting boot protection
– Premium New Zealand Water-Resistant Nubuck Leather.
All Steel Blue boots are made from high quality, long-lasting leather, including Nubuck, Full-Grain, TECtuff®, Suede and more.
Steel Toe Cap
Made from hardened steel for premium toe protection.
Our standard durable outsole with heat resistance to 130°C.
Prevents the build-up of static electricity within your body by dissipating it through the sole.
A special tanning process treatment means all Steel Blue boots are water resistant.
An abrasion resistant, streamlined toe cover that covers more of the boot.
Lace Up for comfort, then use the side zips for quick access.
A classic fastening for snug, well-fitting work boots.
Full Grain Leather & Nubuck Leather
Each Leather is specifically chosen to ensure the style of boot is fit for purpose.
A soft, non-abrasive, hydrophobic material that wicks perspiration away from the foot, enabling the skin to remain cool and dry.
Ortho Rebound® Footbed
Our patented Ortho Rebound® Footbed is uniquely designed to reduce foot fatigue. Made from high quality Polyurethane, it always retains its shape and thickness to ensure support from heel to toe, is antifungal, and the high wicking material keeps your feet cool and dry.
Strategically placed high-tech Poron® pads are placed in the sole and under your foot’s peak stress areas. We included Poron® in our Trisole® Comfort Technology, which is now the benchmark for safety boots.