New boots in PU, lighter weight and more resistantAn Italian manufacturer of CE certified safety footwear, Lewer Italian Safety Shoes presents a new product, which will enrich the vast range of footwear for professional use.

Feb 14, 2019
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An Italian manufacturer of CE certified safety footwear, Lewer Italian Safety Shoes is the only company from Campania exclusively specialised in the production of work shoes for professional use. With all of its production entirely made in Italy, the modern headquarters of Colliano, located just 50 km from Salerno, is the hub of all the activities concerning the company’s organization, style, and distribution. It is also from here that models are conceived, leathers and other materials are sourced, and the assembly line, along with each phase in production, is managed through its collaboration with 5 external upper factories that produce exclusively for the brand.
The thirty years of experience of the company in producing safety footwear and its attention to style and comfort, have led it today to the study and creation of a new product, which will enrich the vast range of footwear for professional use. Unlike traditional PVC boots present on the market, this new polyurethane boot offers greater lightness, thermal insulation and resistance to wear-and-tear. Easy to clean, it is also resistant to vegetable and animal fats, oils, blood, and chemical products.
Comfort is guaranteed by the soft removable arch support made from 100% Memory polyurethane, which is antistatic and covered in antibacterial material, as well as realized with ventilation channels across the entire surface that favour the recycling of air, while contrasting sweat. The bootleg is entirely covered by an OEKO-TEX Sanitized fabric sock of the highest quality, which ensures maximum insulation and hygiene, while the sole complies with SRC slip resistance standards.

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