Because what applies to the simple built for work, namely light and to be mobile and to offer a good support and comfort should be available also in the work boots. Also of the soles here, there are large differences. From the mixing ratio of the sole itself, such as for example, rubber, PU, TPU and much more, is also to cut of the sole, which should be at a good shoe anatomic and ergonomic, that means in the natural shape of the foot. The arrangement of the galleries or the profiling makes a lot. Elten safety shoes missed a soft rubber compound, and a 9 mm deep profile for a safe stand and grip in snow and on ice its winter boots so that the sole even at low temperatures is not hardened. In heat-exposed areas requires the carrier of a safety boot for example a heat resistant sole that has a heat resistance of approx.

200 C due to the mixing ratio and the material properties and even hold temporarily 300 C. What all the soles of safety shoes must endure to be non-slip and oil-resistant, they should also include antistatic properties. One is as safety boots on grippy industrial floors on the road and need no grobstolliges Outdoorprofil, so for example the company Elten safety shoes has developed a special sole, which runs under the name of ERGO-active. It is specifically designed for these substrates has so-called pivot points They are there to relieve the joints, can be more easily perform rotation and protects the wearer from faster fatigue or creeping injuries. Some manufacturers of safety boots employ the sole manufacturer Vibram known from the leisure. This outsole provides best damping and anti-slip values as well as a superior running and suspension comfort. As well as in the soles, there are some differences in the fit of the safety boot.

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