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
Isolation of the bottom from the heat
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
Increased water resistance
Composite toe cap
Toe cap protection
PRT FLEX technology
Extended heel surface in the sole
Achille tendon protection
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Want to choose the right size? Check the tabular converters of American and European numbering to centimeters. You can see them in the tables as well as on the cards of all products presented on Abeba.com. Do you have doubts about how to measure your foot or choose a size? Check out our guides.
HOW TO MEASURE FOOT LENGTH AND CHOOSE THE RIGHT SHOE SIZE?
Do you want to choose the perfect shoe size? Measure your foot, then compare the result with the data in the size table. How to measure your foot? Take your own measurement. Take measurements standing, from the beginning of the heel to the tip of the toes. If your feet have different lengths, please choose the size that corresponds to the longer one. For comfort, put on shoes with a margin of about 0.5 cm. The numbering of Abeba may be slightly different from other brands. The size chart is available on each product card.
1. Put the sheet on a smooth surface.
2. Put your left foot in the middle of the paper and, holding the pen perpendicularly, trace it around it precisely.
3. Measure the length of the outline of the foot with a ruler, taking into account the most extreme points - the distance from the heel to the longest toe.