uvex safety footwear with protection class S1, S1 P, S2, S3 and S5 (EN ISO 20345) provides perfect protection in industry sectors such as automotive and machine construction, in the chemical industry, on construction sites, in service and logistics – but also in outdoor workspaces such as horticulture, agriculture and forestry. Our range also includes occupational footwear (protection class O1, EN ISO 20345) and tailor-made orthopaedic safety footwear.
- uvex waterstop lether
- hydrophobic, robust nappa leather
- uvex x-dry knit textile material
- uvex x-tended grip planet Outsole made of TPU
- Dual density polyurethane rubber (PU/RU)
- uvex i-PUREnrj midsole
- dual density polyurethane uvex i-PUREnrj
- uvex x-tended grip outsole made of TPU
Safety footwear – additional information
Our feet are the furthest part of our bodies from our head, which means that they are far removed from our area of perception. For this reason, well-fitting safety footwear which is suited to the application area is essential in order to avoid possible injuries when walking around, kneeling or working at a machine. In particular, footwear must do much more than simply offer protection in areas where employees are on their feet for eight hours at a time. This is why we place a great deal of importance on comfort, attractive design and an exceptional fit. Learn more about optimal shock absorption at the forefoot and heel, the perfect fit without pressure points, breathable materials, durable toecaps and non-slip soles.
Safety footwear technologies
Here you can find out more detailed information on the technologies used in uvex safety footwear in terms of optimally regulating the foot environment, for instance, and combining safety with wearer comfort.
Construction of safety footwear
How do you manufacture footwear which will effectively protect its wearer from chemical and mechanical hazards? Take a look inside uvex safety footwear.
Ergonomics of safety footwear
In safety footwear, occupational ergonomics deals with reducing risks which could affect the musculoskeletal system. The right footwear plays a key part in this.