How much weight does it take to break a steel toe? Usually a steel toe boot has an ASTM 75 pound-foot compression resistance rating, meaning it can withstand compression up to 2,500 pounds.
How much pressure can a steel toe take? To give you an idea of how strong steel toe boots are, consider that they can withstand a 75 lb object falling from a height of three feet. Heavy-duty steel toes can also withstand about 6,000 lbs of pressure before they bend out of shape.
How much weight can a toe hold? How much force can a composite toe withstand? 75 foot-pound compression resistant is the minimum for ASTM standards.
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Can a horse crush a steel toe boot? No, your steel toe boots are not going to hack off your toes. Broken bones may occur if an item is heavy enough or the impact is forceful enough, but your toes will not be severed. This prevalent fallacy is addressed by Adam and Jamie from the renowned TV show Mythbusters.