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Haix Protector Timber Chainsaw Boots

Although designed with the climbing arborist in mind, its contemporary, hydrophobic upper is lightweight and appropriate for year-round protection from all weathers. It also has robust features you would expect from HAIX, a standout brand on the market, making it perfectly suitable for ground work as well. The innovative multi-directional sole from VIBRAM is light but provides excellent comfort and stress absorption.

£247.00£296.40

Description

Upper Material
Velour leather, hydrophobized, breathable, 2.8 – 3.0 mm thick

Cut Protection
Class 1 cut protection (20 m/sec.). Conforming to EN ISO 17249:2014.

Inner Lining
GORE-TEX® Performance; waterproof and breathable. Abrasion-proof lining fabric with fleece inner layer. Optimized climate comfort for all seasons even under extreme conditions. Enhanced protection against chemicals.

Plastic/fleece insole
Moisture absorbent, anti-torsion design for outstanding stability, reducing point pressure (from stones, etc.).

Protective toe cap
Anatomically designed, wide cushioned toe cap.

Foot bed
Comfortable, impact-absorbing, moisture wicking, antibacterial. A separate heel cup ensures optimized cushioning and foot guidance.

Sole
Sturdy VIBRAM rubber/EVA sole with robust off-road profile and abrasion resistant. The lightweight PU cushioning guarantees excellent impact absorption and proper toe-to-heel movement. The non-marking outer sole is resistant to heat. Conforming to EN ISO 20345:2011.

HAIX® Climate System
The HAIX® Climate system uses the pumping movement, which permits air circulation with every step – warm air is released and fresh air comes in through the vent holes at the top of the boot.

Other features
Smooth-running lacing system, rim-stable sole, tip protection made of rubber for a longer service life

Additional information

Size

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Purchase Type

Business Purchase Inc VAT, Personal Purchase Zero VAT

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