insulation from heat, the third level of thermal resistance
puncture resistance with a force of 1100 N
slip resistance on ceramic, coated with SLS solution and on steel, coated with glycerol
energy absorption in the heel area
the sole resistant to diesel fuel
insulation of the bottom from the cold
resistance of the bottom to contact with the hot surface
water resistance of footwear
water permeability and water absorption of the face material
steel toe cap
toe cap protection
quick donning system
quick shoe removal system
PRT FLEX technology
extended heel surface in the sole
Achille tendon protection
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How can I determine my size?
What factors should I consider while selecting my shoe size?
The appropriate shoe size can be determined in a number of ways:
1. Trace your foot on a sheet of paper, measure the largest distance (from the middle of the heel end to the big toe), and add 0.5 to 1 cm. On the basis of this, look for the foot length in our shoe size chart that is the closest to this size.
2.Using a ruler, measure the length of the foot, adding around 0.5 cm to account for the foot in the sock.The outcome is shown in the size table above.