Titan

14” bunker boot for structural firefighting


14” high, black, pull-on, all leather bunker style boots with combination midsole/ladder shank/puncture resistant device for added support and comfort with less weight. Full-grain, water-resistant leather upper, ANKLEARMOR™ ankle guard, Achilles flex point, safety toe, tibia guard, micro fiber suede heel slide, and nitrile rubber toecap for fire service personnel. Boots meet or exceed NFPA 1971, Standard on Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting, 2013 Edition, NFPA 1992 Standard on Liquid Splash-Protective Ensembles and Clothing for Hazardous Materials Emergencies, 2012 edition, CSA Z195-14 standard and the ASTM F-2371 standard.

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Vamp

Full-grain, water, flame, chemical, and cut resistant leather, 2.4 – 2.6 mm nominal thickness, 6.5 oz.

Quarter

Schoeller® fabric blend with KERMEL® significantly reduces weight and is more breathable than leather. Mesh window for enhanced ventilation.

PULL STRAPS – Low profile, 1” wide, triple-stitch reinforced, full-grain water and flame resistant leather.

FLEX POINTS – Accordion-style flex points behind and in front of the ankle allow the boot to flex where you do, providing improved range of motion.

SAFETY TOE – Corrosion resistant, anatomically shaped steel safety toe.

COMBINATION MIDSOLE/LADDER SHANK/PUNCTURE RESISTANT DEVICE – Flexible, advanced textile composite in the forefoot area with a stiff, supportive glass fiber reinforced composite from the arch back to the heel. Provides full puncture resistance coverage and thermal insulation for the bottom of the foot.

INSOLE – Combination Texon® and polyethylene; anti-microbial; wicks perspiration and dries quickly; lightweight with excellent flex endurance.

FOOTBED – Triple-density, removable footbed made of Cambrelle®, felt, and ergonomically molded EVA. Wicks moisture and dries rapidly. EVA provides cushioning.

OUTSOLE – High traction, abrasion resistant, electrically insulating, oil, flame, and chemical resistant, nitrile rubber outsole equipped with ergonomic HEELROLL™ and TOESPRING™ to promote a natural walking motion. High profile ladder grips to prevent slips. Durometer hardness: 66 Shore A (nominal). Integrated stand-off allows for easy removal of the boot.

HEEL COUNTER – Ergonomically molded heel counter provides stability, comfort, and long-lasting support.

THERMAL BARRIER – Full-height layer of 300 g polyester felt provides thermal protection.

FULL-HEIGHT CROSSTECH® FOOTWEAR FABRIC BOOTIE SYSTEM – Five-layer laminate of durable Cambrelle® quilted to a 300 g polyester felt thermal barrier, laminated to a CROSSTECH® moisture barrier.

HEEL SLIDE – Abrasion resistant microfiber suede. No stitching or seams running directly down the center of the backstay in the heel area to improve comfort and prevent premature wear of the liner.

SHAFT COLLAR – Soft, full-grain leather-bound padded collar for superior comfort to accommodate individual leg sizes.

COMFORT PADDING – Thermal insulating, open cell polyurethane foam padding strategically placed throughout the upper for superior comfort and support.

THREAD – Tough, fire-resistant Kevlar® thread throughout the upper.

OUTSOLE ADHESION – A 2-component, high-temperature polyurethane adhesive system is used to bond the outsole/midsole to the upper.

PROTECTIVE TOE CAP – Abrasion, chemical, and flame resistant nitrile rubber protective toecap; 1.8 mm nominal thickness.

TIBIA GUARD – Internal tibia guard made of thermoformed polypropylene, extremely lightweight with a specific gravity of 0.75, impervious to water. External tibia guard cover made of abrasion, fire, and water resistant schoeller® fabric blend containing Kermel® and a reflective background.

ANKLE GUARD – Contoured ankle guards protect ankles from knocks and dings.

“ On June 2nd, and we made a 3rd alarm fire. We were there for 2 1/2 hours and I have to say these are the best boots I have ever worn on the fire ground. My attention was never drawn to how my feet felt as they were comfortable the entire time. I have always had issues with boots when I have had to wear them on extended fire ground operations. That was not the case this time.”

Bob “Doc” Savage, San Antonio, TX

“ As a Chief Officer, I wanted to convey to you how pleased I am with the Cosmas Boots. Having worn the Cosmas Boots for approximately 2 months and having worn them at two Incidents that were over 3 hours each, now I will let you know that I would never go back to the competitor Leather Boot. These boots are even more comfortable than the tennis shoes.”

Mark D. Nixon, Battalion Chief, Decatur, IL

“ The ankle support is the best part. It felt like there were built-in ankle braces. The arch support was great. These are the best all around boots I’ve ever tried! ”

Michael Farnham, Oceanside, CA

“All our Firefighters love the Cosmas boots. I would recommend them to anyone. All of our troops say that on events lasting two hours and more that their feet do not get sore anymore. We had live fire training that lasted 8 hours last month and all said the boots work great!”

Mike Kennedy, Green River, WY

 

“ These are bar-none the best boots I have ever used. The pad around the top stops all chafing. I have worn these boots on the drill pad for 6-8 hours a day for a solid week at times with no problems at all. You had to think “Outside the box” to make a boot this firefighter friendly.”

Mike Word, Jackson, MI

Available sizes

4 to 13 (full and half sizes), 14, 15, 16 in narrow (D), regular (E), and wide (EEE) widths.

Certifications

NFPA 1971-2013 EDITION:
Standard on Protective Ensembles
for Structural Fire Fighting.
NFPA 1992-2012:
Standard on Liquid Splash-Protective
Ensembles and Clothing for
Hazardous Materials Emergencies.
CSA Z195-14:
Protective Footwear Standard.
ASTM F2413-11:
Standard Specification for
Performance Requirements for
Protective (Safety) Toe Cap Footwear.

Markings

Interior label containing all information as required by NFPA 1971 “Standard on Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting and Proximity Fire Fighting”, 2013 Edition.