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  • Turn Over A New Leaf This Autumn

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    The temperatures are dropping, leaves are falling, and the days are getting shorter. It can only mean one thing - Autumn is nearly upon us.   Working in warmer temperatures will soon be a thing of the past, and you will be battling the outdoor elements during your working day.

     

    With a global reputation for producing high specification safety footwear, HAIX’s Protector Forest boot offers the protection you need in the colder seasons. Waterproof GORE-TEX® material prevents moisture penetration, ensuring your feet will remain dry in all weathers. Exceptional grip, an anti slip sole with bold tread, and an extra wide and high steel toe cap protection ensures your protection from falling objects and equipment.  The boot also has Class 2 Cut Protection, tested to withstand cuts from a chainsaw speed of 24 m/s.


    The two-zone lacing system ensures the boot can be adjusted to your foot and calf area, providing you with greater fit and comfort at work. The Protector Forest is lightweight, reducing pressure on the joints and spine. Don’t pay the price in the colder months – invest in the right boot now.

     

    For additional information visit https://www.haix.co.uk/haix-protector-forest

     



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    Those look posh, much posher, warmer and drier than my old leaking airstreams.

    Any user reviews on these?

    How much £wedge are they?

    cheers, steve

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