With KickSpike’s FAQ, discover all about our leather work boots with steel toe caps.

1. Will the metal used for mechanism and spikes rust?

All metals used are 303 Stainless Steel, so 100% no rust.

Spikes are replaceable with the spike tool provided; the spike tool must be used when replacing spikes, as it is a torque wrench.

After 3 years of wear testing, spikes in the forefoot were proven to be a trip factor for the majority of the population.

One year from time of purchase.

Yes, all safety versions are ASTM rated.

Kickspike boots weigh an average of 5 0z heavier than a regular tractionless boot.

Kickspike boots are not designed with steel toes. However, they are designed using ASTM certified composite safety toes. Kickspike boots feature toes made made from composite materials instead of steel, due to the benefits composites provide in comparison:

Composite material is:

-Lighter than steel, better electrical resistance (when exposed) and better insulation in colder climates.

The plastics used are of the highest quality. We’ve chosen 20% glass filled nylon Delrin 3000; it is the same plastics NASA used for the space shuttles tools.

Yes, boots are specifically made to have spikes deployed on ice & snow, just like other traction devices, wearing them on these surfaces is NOT RECOMMENED! Simply click them off before walking on these types of surfaces.

No, they cannot be re-soled.

Please email any questions to info@kickspike.com