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Cat second shift boots

Cat second shift boots


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Cat second shift boots are often used in environments where there are high traffic loads, such as where the tires of a forklift must traverse a relatively high area of the floor. This high traffic load may be accompanied by the addition of large objects which can move around on the floor.

The current practice in this application is to utilize rubber-faced boots, as illustrated in FIGS. 1A and 1B. FIG. 1A is an illustration of a cross-section of a conventional rubber-faced second shift boot. Rubber-faced second shift boots 100 are formed with a generally flat base 102 and a bottom edge 104. Rubber-faced second shift boots 100 have been found to be a good solution for a wide range of floor conditions. However, in an attempt to better support the floor, rubber-faced second shift boots 100 have been found to be subject to excessive compression, which may result in a high rate of wear at the outer edges of the bottom of rubber-faced second shift boots 100.

FIG. 1B illustrates an illustration of a cross-section of a conventional rubber-faced second shift boot. Rubber-faced second shift boots 105 are generally constructed in a similar manner to rubber-faced second shift boots 100. However, the base 102 and bottom edge 104 are more tapered than in rubber-faced second shift boots 100. Rubber-faced second shift boots 105 have also been found to be a good solution for a wide range of floor conditions. However, in an attempt to better support the floor, rubber-faced second shift boots 105 have been found to be subject to excessive compression, which may result in a high rate of wear at the outer edges of the bottom of rubber-faced second shift boots 105.

In some instances, rubber-faced second shift boots 100 may not be able to be used for these applications. In some instances, rubber-faced second shift boots 100 may be worn out before their service life is completed.

What is needed is a second shift boot that better supports the floor by eliminating excessive compression in the area of the boot that is in direct contact with the floor. What is also needed is a second shift boot that has sufficient structural integrity to support loads applied to the second shift boot during its use.