Anti-perforation safety shoes OBELIX

anti-perforation safety shoes
anti-perforation safety shoes
anti-perforation safety shoes
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Type of protection
anti-slip, waterproof, anti-perforation, oil-resistant, ESD
leather, nitrile rubber, mesh
Other characteristics
trainer style

Min.: 35 unit

Max.: 48 unit


Comfortable high-quality safety sneaker Stylish safety sneaker with sporty elements. A lightweight design and outstanding climate characteristics ensure that the Obelix stands out from the crowd. The shock-absorbing outsole and removable insole ensure maximum comfort. Thanks to the high SRC slip resistance the safety sneaker prevents you from slips, trips, and falls. As a result: maximum comfort and reliable safety. Safety standard S3 ESD SRC ASTM F2413:2018 - EN ISO 20345:2011 Removable insole Puncture resistant Heel energy absorption Safety toecap Oil and fuel resistant outsole CE norm Slip resistant outsole Antistatic shoe Industries Automotive , Catering , Cleaning , Construction , Food & beverages , Logistics , Industry , Uniform Key features ESD provides the controlled discharge of electrostatic energy that can damage electronic components and avoids risks of ignition resulting from electrostatic charges. Volume resistance between 100 KiloOhm and 35 MegaOhm. Natural leather provides a high degree of wearer comfort combined with durability in versatile applications. Heel energy absorption reduces the impact of jumps or running on the body of the wearer. S3 safety shoes are suitable for work in an environment with high humidity and presence of oil or hydrocarbons. These shoes also protect against perforation risk of the sole, and foot crushing. Specifications Upper Waterproof Suede Toecap Aluminium Lining 3D-Mesh Standards ASTM F2413:2018 - EN ISO 20345:2011 S3 ESD SRC Outsole Rubber


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