Dickies Workwear

Customer Choice Extended With New Safety Footwear

Customer Choice Extended With New Safety Footwear

Providing a wide range of styles has been a key factor in the success of Dickies Safety Footwear range. This aspect is highlighted with the launch of the latest of a number of new products being introduced to the range during 2008.

    Providing a wide range of styles has been a key factor in the success of Dickies Safety Footwear range. This aspect is highlighted with the launch of the latest of a number of new products being introduced to the range during 2008.

    The Oregon Super Safety Boot will meet with the approval of workers who want their safety footwear to provide firm but comfortable ankle support. The upper of this distinctive safety boot is made from waterproof Nubuck leather that has a rubber scuff cap to protect the leather toe area. The sturdy antistatic sole is heat, oil and slip resistant. Protection is provided by steel toe-caps conforming to EN20345 (200 Joules) and there is also a flexible steel midsole to prevent sharp objects penetrating the sole. The collar and tongue are well padded to afford excellent comfort.

    Workers whose jobs require steel toe-cap protection but in a more formal style will find the solution in the new Sedona Super Safety Shoe. The Sedona’s simple, understated design is suitable for the shop floor, workshop or warehouse and combines a leather upper with a double density Polyurethane sole that is shock absorbent and antistatic. For increased comfort the shoe is fitted with a breathable lining. Regulation steel toe-caps and anti-perforation steel midsoles offer all-round protection.

    The safety trainer is well established as a style of protective footwear. In 2008 Dickies is offering customers three new safety trainers: the Iowa, Idaho and Utah. Sleek, sporty designs and quality materials are brought together to create three attractive new products; but although all three trainers bear more than a passing resemblance to their recreational counterparts, there is no compromise on safety, as the Iowa, Idaho and Utah all have steel toe-caps and midsoles.