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  • Janelle Kinnaird 
  • 02/10/2019 
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Boots and Ladders Safety Usage Guidelines

Ladders come in all shapes and sizes; and much like safety boots, the proper equipment for the job is vital. If you’ve worked any hands-on profession long enough you’ve been on a ladder and you’ve probably experienced or witnessed a not-so-safe, scary moment with a co-worker or employee - maybe even a fall.

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  • Dave Degenhardt 
  • 02/05/2019 
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How Long Should My Work Boots Last?

This is a common question that we hear a lot from our customers. I wish there was a simple answer but there are too many variables that affect the boots. Much will depend on the environment, the type of work being done, how hard an individual is on their boots and the style and attributes of the footwear. For example, there can be a big difference in longevity from walking on a warehouse floor vs. digging a ditch with a shovel.

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  • Janelle Kinnaird 
  • 02/01/2019 
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How To Tell What's In Your Boots

Your work environment dictates that you and your employees need specific safety benefits in your work boots and it's time to go shopping. If you don't use an all-inclusive service like Lehigh CustomFit then you and they will head to the nearest store or start aimlessly searching online.

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  • Dave Degenhardt 
  • 01/28/2019 
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Plantar Fasciitis and Work Shoes

The plantar fascia is the ligament that runs along the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes. It's what supports the arch and protects the bottom of your feet. The important thing to keep in mind is the amount of support a shoe provides. It's helpful to rest the affected foot as much as possible.

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  • Janelle Kinnaird 
  • 01/20/2019 
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The Right Safety Boots For The Job

From Steel Toe to Puncture Resistant, Static Dissipative, Electical Hazard and so on, plus an abundance of comfort features; Safety footwear can have a lot of bells and whistles.

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