Over the passed 12 months we’ve been working behind the scenes to develop our most advanced pair of insoles to date. It’s involved guidance and advice from industry leaders in motion analysis, numerous independent comfort tests, and vital input from highly respected podiatrists and leading universities. We are very excited to announce that our brand new Dynamic Arch insoles have landed!
The perfect safety shoe for engineering, utilities and the oil and gas industry, we are very proud to introduce the all new VR608.01 Tiger IGS to you today; which will directly replace the VR608.
Tiger complements our Bison boot as one of the most slip-resistant and comfortable uniform shoes available, using the same HSL 4 Star Grip rated sole unit.
The V12 Footwear 2018 safety footwear wallchart has now been delivered.
We are very excited to announce some product line extensions for three of our best selling boots. We now have in stock the following products available up to a size 16! Larger sized safety footwear is difficult to find and there are often very little options, so we are pleased to be able to offer products that cover a number of benefits and applications:-
Joining our range of waterproof products we now have the Ibex STS. This is based on the popular Otter STS, with a scuff cap for that added protection and durability.
We are very excited to introduce you to our incredibly tough new boot, the Defender STS V1750.
Based on feedback from our research workshop and test pilot comments we have developed a uniquely lightweight, comfortable and tough safety boot...
Following the popularity of our best-selling honey coloured safety boot, the Puma, we have created a new lightweight equivalent.
Based on the new Otter STS, the Bobcat really catches your attention with its honey Nubuck upper and two-tone sole unit, not to mention it being one of the most comfortable safety boots on the market.
Does your company provide appropriately fitting PPE for women? We asked women all over the engineering and construction sector to discuss what they think about the PPE provided to them, and how it could be improved.
Turns out, the industry still has a long way to go! Especially when it comes to safety footwear.
Women’s PPE has come a long way in the last few years. Companies like Transport for London and BAM Nuttall have led well publicised campaigns about finally providing appropriate PPE for their female employees – a move that isn’t about vanity, it addresses comfort, employee value, practicality and safety.