Ascent Footwear

Ascent Footwear are an Australian-born and bred shoe brand. The brand has a 20+ year history of designing and building sporting shoes. Using these support and comfort features traditionally found in athletic footwear, Ascent developed a range of mens and ladies work and safety shoes. Ascent footwear are engineered for comfort and are a step above their competitors when it comes to durability, cushioning and support features.

If you suffer from aching feet, a pair of industry “fit for purpose” safety shoes and work boots will stand up to the demands of the work site. Our Ascent work boots are super comfortable, supportive and have all the features needed for the construction site.



The contoured foot bed is raised in the heel and lower at the forefoot. This helps with propulsion and moving forward as well as reducing the load on your Achilles.


The mid-foot support and stability features built into the shoe help reduce excess movement underfoot on both rough and smooth surfaces.


The strong thermoplastic heel holds the foot and ankle in stable place to assist with improving alignment from the feet up!


  • Composite Safety Toe Cap
  • Slip Resistant Rubber Outsole
  • Cushioned midsole
  • Premium Leather
  • Anti-Static Designs
  • Electrical Hazard (EH) Resistant Designs
  • Heavy-Duty Side Zip
  • Executive Safety Shoes
  • Lace-Up Options
  • Airport Friendly
  • Wider Fit

Safety Standards

Approved to the highest Australian & New Zealand safety standards. Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019

SRA – Slip-resistant outsole, water on tiles and SRC – Slip-resistant outsole, oil on metal options available.

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