TheFireStore.com Offers Two EMS Boots Designed by Rocky

TheFireStore.com Offers Two EMS Boots Designed by Rocky

Press Release Sep 19, 2011

COATESVILLE, PA – TheFireStore.com now offering public safety professionals two new EMS boots from Rocky. These newly added boots are the 1st Med 8-inch EMS Boot and the 1st Med EMS Hiker.

TheFireStore.com has been added these new styles of boots to the 27 Rocky boots now available to public safety professionals.

Both the 8-inch 1st Med EMS Boot and the shorter 6-inch 1st Med EMS Hiker are new tactical-style boots that provide heavy-duty protection that won’t slow you down.

  • Durable, flexible full-grain leather and Cordura® upper offers layers of comfort and protection
  • Blood-Borne-Pathogen-resistant outer bootie
  • Extremely breathable ROCKY WATERPROOF middle layer
  • Moisture-wicking mesh inner liner to keep feet dry and comfortable under all conditions
  • Lenzi® puncture-resistant aramid fabric midsole provides flexible protection
  • Reflective highlights on sides and sole help keep you visible in any light
  • Athletic multi-layered footbed provides superior cushioning and support
  • Slip-resistant dual-compound outsole delivers excellent traction on a wide range of surfaces
  • Composite protective toe cap meets ASTM F2413-05 Standards for Protective Toe and Electrical Hazard
  • All Non-Metallic Construction
  • The 8-inch boot features a curved, fully-waterproof side-zipper allowing slip-on convenience without sacrificing protection or support

TheFireStore.com equips professionals who are on their feet all day long with rugged footwear from Rocky that incorporates the latest technology to deliver to performance, comfort, safety and style.

About TheFireStore.com and Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc.
TheFireStore.com, a division of Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc., offers product lines from more than 400 manufacturers. Witmer Public Safety Group's motto is Equipping Heroes™ and this continues as they extend their commitment to provide the industry's best equipment and supplies to the professional men and women who serve to ensure the public's safety. For additional information, please call (800) 852-6088 or visit TheFireStore.com.

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