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Safety footwear constructed with metallic or non-metallic protective safety toe caps designed to give the wearer protection against impact and compression, as defined by EN ISO 20345 Tables 1, 2 and 16.
Safety footwear constructed with all “Safety Basic” (SB) protective features in addition to “Anti-Static” (A) and Energy Absorption of the Seat Region (E) protective features, as defined in EN ISO 20345 Tables 1, 2 and 16.
Safety footwear constructed with all S1 protective features in addition to “Water Penetration and Water Absorption” (WRU) protective features, as defined in EN ISO 20345 Tables 1, 2 and 16.
Safety footwear constructed with all S2 protective features with the addition of metallic and/or non-metallic “Penetration Resistance” (P) and Cleated Outsole protective features, as defined in EN ISO 20345 Tables 1, 2 and 16.

Safety footwear constructed with a component placed in the sole to provide protection against penetration, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.2.1.

Safety footwear constructed with a component placed in the sole to provide protection against penetration, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.2.1.

Safety footwear constructed to allow for energy absorption of the seat region of minimum 20 J, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.2.4.

SLIP RESISTANCE ON STEEL FLOOR WITH GLYCEROL (SRB)
Safety footwear constructed with slip-resistant properties, in accordance to EN ISO 20344 5.3.5.

SLIP RESISTANCE ON CERAMIC TILE FLOOR WITH SLS AND SLIP RESISTANCE ON STEEL FLOOR WITH GLYCEROL(SRC)
Safety footwear constructed with slip-resistant properties, in accordance to EN ISO 20344 5.3.5.

Footwear constructed with highly water-resistant upper materials, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.3.1.

Safety footwear constructed with an outsole that shall not melt and shall not develop any cracks, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.4.4.

SLIP RESISTANCE ON CERAMIC TILE FLOOR WITH SLS (SRA)
Safety footwear constructed with slip-resistant properties, in accordance with EN ISO 20344 5.3.5.
Safety footwear constructed with a metallic safety toe that provides minimum clearance requirements at an impact energy of 200 J ±4 J and compression load of 15 kN ±0.1 kN, as defined in EN ISO 20345 5.3.2.
Safety footwear constructed with a metallic safety toe that provides minimum clearance requirements at an impact energy of 200 J ±4 J and compression load of 15 kN ±0.1 kN, as defined in EN ISO 20345 5.3.2.
Safety footwear constructed with a non-metallic safety toe that provides minimum clearance requirements at an impact energy of 200 J ±4 J and compression load of 15 kN ±0.1 kN, as defined in EN ISO 20345 5.3.2.
Safety footwear constructed with protective features such as anti-static resistance that lies above 100 k and is less than or equal to 1000 M, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.2.2.2.
Safety footwear constructed with a component placed in the sole to provide protection against penetration, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.2.1.
Safety footwear constructed with rubber soling and that is resistant to fuel oil, as defined in EN ISO 20345 5.8.7.
Safety footwear constructed with PU soling and that is resistant to fuel oil, as defined in EN ISO 20345 5.8.7.
Safety footwear constructed with TPU soling and that is resistant to fuel oil, as defined in EN ISO 20345 5.8.7.
Footwear constructed to provide water penetration protection, as defined in EN ISO 20345 6.2.5.
Our exclusive Anti-Fatigue Technology absorbs shock and returns energy at key zones of the foot for comfort. Molded, inverted cones support, collapse and return energy in key pressure zones, and the cone structure uses less material for a lighter boot.
ESD rated (or anti-static or electrostatic dissipating) safety boots are designed and produced specifically to minimise static electricity, significantly reduce the eects of static charge build up and help to avoid the dangerous risk of spark ignition. ESD safety footwear has to be tested and conform to the relevant standard which currently is IEC 61340-5-1.
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