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Anvil Traction releases the Zevaz slip resistant safety Wellington boot for the food industry

17 August 2015

The Zevaz slip resistant safety Wellington Boot from Anvil Traction, the market leader in slip resistant safety footwear, is now available to order. 

Designed with the food industry in mind, these ultra-lightweight wellington boots combine the latest in polymer technology with the highly acclaimed Anvil Traction slip resistant sole.

The slip resistant outsole is based on Anvil Traction’s Anchor design. The octagonal pattern has a wider cleat arrangement which avoids clogging when used in areas of high contamination and the multiple leading edges provide a wiping action to move lubricant out of the way. The slip resistant rubber compound 07/03, mechanically improves slip resistance and exceeds the minimum average requirements in accordance with ENISO 20345:2011 by an incredible 48%. A yellow wear indicator cleat is built into the outsole that focuses on the rate of sole abrasion and provides a visible indication of when the wellington should be replaced.

The upper polymer material is an expanded foam full of air, which acts as an excellent thermal insulator and has been tested and approved to CI standards. The air filled polymer construction offers outstanding comfort for the wearer and reduces muscle fatigue and stress over the course of a working day with the EVA Energy formula offering superb under-foot impact absorption and providing added rebound energy between steps. Furthermore, it is estimated to be 2-3 times more durable than PVC, not to mention far kinder to the environment and easier to recycle.

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