HAIX Army Boot Ranger GSG9-S

The Haix Ranger GSG9-S mission boot is a high-quality tactical boot that is ideal for fast roping missions under police and military usage.
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General:

The Haix Ranger GSG9-S tactical boot was developed and tested together with the well-known German police unit GSG 9. For this reason, it has characteristics that serve the service in such units. Among other things, a special lacing system, abrasion-resistant seams on the boot top, and a hard-sole outer edge to ensure good roping abilities and less wear during the fast-roping. Made of water-repellent and breathable cowhide (upper material, 2 mm). Thanks to its CROSSTECH laminate, it has a very good boot climate. Sweat is dissipated, while the feet are protected from moisture from the outside. Generally, the feet in this boot are well protected from heat and cold. The outsole with PU foam is puncture-resistant, dimensionally stable, and sufficiently stiff and non-slip. As a tactical boot for police and military, he is ideally suited. The PU foam sole cushions on uneven terrain and protects the feet. The 2-zone lacing system ensures an optimal adjustment of the boot to the foot.

HAIX Army Boot Ranger GSG9-S

Details:

according to EN ISO 20347: 2012 (for safety shoes) Safety class O2:

  • with integrated inserts: metal-free and puncture-proof
  • Fuel resistant sole

Other properties:

  • CROSSTECH laminate
  • Removable EVA grid insert
  • Micro-Dry lining on the shaft end
  • Sole: rubber / PU - Not chalking
  • Weight approx. 5.07 lbs (2.3 kg) for size US 9 (EU42)
  • HAIX Smart Lacing
  • HAIX 2-zone lacing system
  • Made in EU

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