If you’re not in the know, some of the European Standards for safety shoes can trip you up. We carry 3 options in our work collection, click below to find out how they differ.
SB Safety Standards
SB stands for Safety Basic, but what does that mean exactly? It’s good news for your toes which have full protection against a 200-joule impact – To you and me, that means you’re protected if you accidentally drop up to 20kg on your foot.
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S1P Safety Standards
S1P standard safety shoes come with an impressive package of anti-static, oil-resistant and energy absorbing properties, as well as a fortified puncture-proof mid-sole that will protect your foot should you ever stand on a nail.
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S3 Safety Standards
S3 is the magic number when it comes to safety shoes and boots. This exacting standard means footwear comes with everything you get with S1P – anti-static, resistance to fuel and oil, energy absorbing heels and a penetration-resistant mid-sole – and, even better, you get water resistance to boot.
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- • 10-15% lighter
- • The sole last longer and compresses 30% less over time
- • Ease sole gives you 30% more bounce back, making it very comfortable to wear for long periods
Our waterproof product use waterproof lathers, sealed seams and waterproof membranes to keep water out and feet dry for navigating the city in the elements.Shop Waterproof
To keep leather in good quality, use polish. If wet, allow leathers to dry naturally. Insert a shoe tree or rolled up paper to help keep the shape when drying. Do not place on a radiator as this may affect the leather.
Unlike most construction methods, the stitching goes from the upper down in to the sole, making it incredibly durable.
Cemented construction is the method of attaching the sole to the upper. Once the upper is shaped, the sole is attached with an incredibly strong adhesive to secure it.