HAIX Army Boot Ranger GSG9-X

The Haix army boot Ranger GSG9-X is a high quality and very durable and fuel resistance tactical shoe for police and military and suitable as a work shoe too.
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General:

The Haix Ranger GSG9-X army boot from the Haix Police Collection is ideally suited for use in the police and military. Made of water-repellent and breathable bull leather (upper, 0.08 inch (2.0-2.2 mm)), and increased chemical protection. Thanks to his GORE-TEX laminate, the shoe has a very good boot climate. Sweat is dissipated, while the feet are protected from moisture from the outside. The moisture is transported out of the boots when walking through the moving of the feet, thanks to the HAIX Climate System. In general, the feet in these boots are very well protected from heat and cold. The boot is suitable for all seasons in Central Europe, such as hot summers and wet cold winters. The outsole with PU foam is puncture-resistant, dimensionally stable, and sufficiently stiff and non-slip. The VIBRAM PU foam sole cushions on uneven terrain to protect your feet. A rubber cover for durability protects the back and front of the boot from damage.

HAIX Army Boot Ranger GSG9-X

Details:

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

Safety class O3

  • Fuels and other liquids do not penetrate the shoe
  • Antistatic

Other properties:

  • GORE-TEX laminate
  • Micro-Dry lining on the shaft end
  • Sole: Vibram sole made of rubber / PU
  • No chalking - Shaft height ca 7.28 inch (18.5 cm)
  • Weight about 3.64 lbs (1.65 kg) in size US 9 (EU42)
  • practical lacing system with lace pocket
  • Made in the EU

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