uvex has released an array of safety footwear that is suitable for use across a range of different work environments.
The 14 new styles incorporate the latest uvex technologies to enhance wearability, ensure quality and maximise sustainability.
These styles include the 3 lace-up boot S3 SRC that has a sports-inspired energy-return sole that helps to minimise fatigue thanks to uvex i-PUREnrj technology. There is also the uvex 2 construction that features new uvex waterstop technology, which protects against water penetration for four times longer than required by the European standard and remains breathable.
The uvex 1 business safety range is another new option. It places equal value on style, safety and comfort and is the ideal choice for those who work in both office and factory environments. Protective features include an extra-wide robust steel toecap, metal-free penetration-resistant midsole (S3 versions only) and non-slip outsole for excellent protection. Wearers also benefit from a comfortable fit with no pressure points, while uvex climazone technology reduces the build-up of moisture. As these are available in black microvelour or black hydrophobic full-grain leather, the models can be teamed with chinos, a suit or your work trousers for the ultimate business-casual look.
A brand partnership with Heckel is also part of the new range. The Heckel MACCROSSROAD 3.0 S3 HIGH META safety boot features ultra-flexible D3O® technology to ensure optimal metatarsal protection against falling objects, particularly for those working in the construction and public works sectors or in heavy industry.
Commenting on the launch of the new footwear range, head of marketing at uvex, Clair Weston says: “A big launch like this is always exciting but especially as the pandemic had such an impact on the availability of raw materials used in safety footwear uppers across the whole industry.
“This new range is therefore hotly anticipated and, we believe well worth the wait.”
“We have styles to suit a wide range of applications and our footwear development team have worked hard to ensure that each model has been designed with four key elements in mind: wearability for optimal protection, fit and comfort; quality to ensure optimal cost-in-use; and last but not least, sustainability, so wearers can protect both themselves and the planet.” -Clair Weston, uvex Head of Marketing
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