The Boot
Door Barricade

Protecting the most important people in your School or facility in the event of a lockdown.
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What is The Boot™?

The Boot™ is a door barricade designed to impede doorway entry. It is a rectangular-shaped plate of 3/8 inch thick cold-rolled steel with steel pins and a floor mounted steel sleeve that when fully engaged can withstand 16,000 pounds of force. The Boot™ weighs 4.89 pounds and while it is small, it is mighty when stopping entry from the danger that resides on the other side of your door.

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Powerful Protection, Egress Friendly

The Boot™ is the first and only door barricade and safety device to utilize a patent-pending release mechanism for safety officers or emergency personnel to enter & secure a room. This patented technology allows officers to enter the room in seconds.

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Ensuring Your Boot is Always Ready

The Boot™

Key Features

Professional installation takes just minutes and never requires an update.

Simple, rapid deployment on-site ensures you are protected as soon as possible.

Works with nearly any door that opens inward or outward, including single and double doors.

The ONLY product of this distinction ever endorsed by the Michigan Sheriff’s Association & several additional law enforcement entities.

Powerful Protection

Why Use a Secondary Door Barricade?

While heavy steel doors and deadbolt locks are a strong deterrent to most attackers, The Boot™ provides extra protection in case a threat makes a purposeful effort to enter a room. Even the strongest door locks can be breached by firing into them, and if this occurs, The Boot™ is there to impede and potentially completely halt room access. For buildings without heavy doors and locks, The Boot™ provides a cost effective way to barricade internal and external doors, and with the sleeve attachment can be used on outward facing doors as well.

Comprehensive Building Security

The LockOut SmartBoot system is comprehensive, effective, and easy to activate when needed. View the video below to see a walkthrough of active system components deployed in a school.