Nothing is more important than the safety of people in their day-to-day work! This is why we at BOXTER are constantly developing our products based on pioneering technologies. The objective: Combining protection, wearer comfort and relief in every product in the best possible way.
The equal distribution of body weight between the front and back of the foot is key. Our shoes are designed to control the position of the foot to maximise the contact with the floor, increasing your all-round balance.
The construction of BOXTER footwear is designed to reduce pronation (the twisting / turning movement of the foot). Excess movement or pronation can cause discomfort, aches, knee problems and even pain in the lower back. Optimal foot positioning is required whether the wearer is walking or standing for long periods. The shoe sole gives comfort and support underfoot and returns energy where it’s needed most.
A strong shank ensures the inner shoe doesn’t sink under pressure and remains supportive – enhancing energy while being worn. A wider ‘toe box’ at the head of the shoe is intended to accommodate any swelling of the feet may occur towards the end of the working day or night.
- Wider toe boxes accommodate feet perfectly in comfort.
- Anatomical design distributes body weight.
- Thicker leather makes a more supportive shoe, simple.
- Soles designed for optimal shock absorption and energy return.
OUR ANTI-STATIC TECHNOLOGY WILL PROVISE THE FOLLOWING :
- Reduce the build up of excess static electricity by conducting body charge to the ground.
- Offer a level of protection against ignition hazards such as flammable materials and gases.
- Provide a high level of resistance to protect the wearer from hazards due to live electrical circuits.
- Any work-environment that creates static electricity build-up can benefit with these boots.
BOXTER multiple fit system
A multiple fit system for safety shoes means that a single shoe model is offered in different width fittings for the same size. These different fits are based on the measurement of the widest part of the foot. A measurement can be taken of either the circumference of the foot at the base joint of the big toe and the base joint of the little toe, or alternatively the width of the foot at this point (projection). To take this measurement easily, a special manual measuring device (Mondopoint measuring device) can be used, similar to the tools found in shoe shops. This will determine the shoe size as well as the required width.
If you have any questions, contact BOXTER customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org – the classification of sizes and the corresponding measurements are detailed in the table below (all measurements in cm):
|Euro Size||UK Size||US Size||Asia Size||Inner Length (CM)||Circumference (CM)|