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HAIX Mountain Boot KSK 3000

HAIX Mountain Boot KSK 3000

The Haix KSK 3000 mountain boot is a high-quality combat/mission boot and suited for almost all types of terrain under police and military usage.
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The Haix mountain shoe KSK 3000 is not only at home in rough terrain, but a real all-rounder among the army boots. The bull's leather upper has a thickness of 0.11 Inch (2.5 - 2.7 mm) and is breathable and water-repellent. The lining made of GORE-TEX ensures a breathable and sweat-wicking boot climate. The outer material prevents excessive absorption of heat, e.g. by sunlight on the boots. The VIBRAM outsole with PU foam is sturdy and sufficiently stiff and non-slip. Thanks to the excellent lug arrangement, the boot is very well suited not only in the mountains but in practically any terrain. The PU foam sole cushions on uneven terrain, protecting the feet while keeping the weight low. In the boots are insoles, these are removable and washable.

HAIX Mountain Boot KSK 3000


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

  • slip-resistant
  • closed heel area
  • antistatic properties
  • Energy absorption in the heel area
  • waterproof (at least 60 minutes no water penetration)

Other properties:

  • no lateral seams
  • GORE-TEX HPR-System
  • VIBRAM sole: rubber / PU
  • Weight approx. 4 lbs (1.8 kg) for size US 9 (EU42)
  • Shaft height approx. 6.1 inch (15.5 cm)
  • no chalking
  • smooth and frictionless lacing loops & hooks system
  • HAIX Climate-System
  • HAIX MSL-System Made in EU

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