Boxer Boot


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Black leather upper, steel toe cap and lace-up closing

Injected dual density polyurethane sole

Polyurethane tongue and collar

Non-woven vamp lining

Mesh quarter lining

Non-woven insole

Mesh and EVA insock

SB + Closed seat + A + E


3 – 13


Ideal as a boot or shoe for contract workers

General Use

Warehouse Environment

Freight Industry

Boxer safety protective footwear with steel toe cap, protects the users’ feet from the incidents of mechanical hazards and the risk of injury from falling objects and crushing whilst being lightweight and comfortable. Dromex® Boxer shoes and ankle boots consist of a durable split grain leather that is inherently breathable, flexible and water resistant, has great tear and abrasion-resistance.The chromium content in this footwear does not exceed 3,0 mg/kg

Additional information

Weight 2.184 kg
Dimensions 32 × 21 × 13 cm

3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

Special Instructions

PU outsole compositions are not resistant against water contact such as wet or muddy environments. • Footwear made entirely of plastic or rubber is classified as water resistant. • None of the materials or processes used in the manufacture of these products are known to be harmful to the wearer. • The manufacturer has examined under the system for ensuring quality of production by means of monitoring and inspection. • These safety shoes are designed to accommodate the basic safety require- ments and standards for Personal Protective Equipment. • The information contained herein is intended to assist the wearer in the selection of personal protective equipment. • Actual conditions of use cannot be directly simulated in a test environment therefore it is the responsibility of the end user and not the manufacturer or supplier to determine the footwear’s suitability for the intended use. • It is important to note that footwear is subject to many different conditions encountered in everyday use and that it is impossible to make footwear resistant to slip in all conditions nevertheless it is generally accepted that problems are minimized if the guideline coefficients of friction are achieved. • If the footwear is cared for and worn in the correct working environment and stored in dry ventilated conditions, it should give a good wear life, without premature failure of the outsole, upper and upper stitching. The actual wear life for footwear is dependent on the type of footwear, environmental conditions which can affect the wear, contamination and degradation of the product.

Compliance & Conformity

Complies with the requirements of CE type examinations, EN ISO 20345:2011 that specifies basic and additional (optional) requirements for safety footwear used for general purpose. It includes, for example, mechanical risks, slip resistance, thermal risks, ergonomic behaviour for compliance with directive 89/686/EEC. NRCS homologated, approval number NRCS/9002/271251/0006 (S1 Shoe). NRCS homologated, approval number NRCS/9002/271251/0004 (S1 Boot)


Style: Class 1, steel toe cap, black leather upper ankle boot or shoe, with lace fastenings. SS1011/SHOE. SS1020/BOOT. Materials: Toe cap: Steel, impact resistant up to 200J ± 4J. Out Sole: Dual density PU (Polyurethane). Upper: Cow split grain leather. Insole: Non woven. Insock: Polyester mesh with EVA (Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate). Shoe lace: Nylon. Ankle: Foam.

Shelf life

Stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, the estimated shelf life is: • 5 years after the date of manufacturing for shoes with upper leather and rubber sole, if unused and stored in its original packaging. • 5 years after the date of manufacturing for shoes including PU soles, when in use. • As PU becomes brittle, wear the boot reg

Cleaning & Maintenance

• All safety protective footwear should be thoroughly inspected before use to ensure no damage is present. • After each use, wipe dirt and mud off boots with a damp (not wet) cloth & a mild detergent. • Allow boots to air dry at room temperature thoroughly between use. • Do not dry boots on or near a heat source, it may dry out & stiffen the leather. • Dry your boots carefully when wet and avoid abrupt temperature changes. • To help maintain the original look and feel of leather boots, regularly condition your leather boots with either a boot, shoe oil or a leather dressing. Leave to dry overnight and wipe off excess product the following morning. Expect darkening of leather. • Leather boots can be polished with a matching boot cream polish and also treated with water repellent. Use of the above products preserves and weatherproofs your boots. • Safety boots should not be left in contaminated condition if re-use is intended especially if potential hazards exist. • Due to a wide variety of possible constructions and combinations with other materials we recommend to always consult your professional cleaning service to determine the best suitable cleaning method


ISO 20345: 2011


This safety footwear complies with the EC Directive for Personal Protective Equipment (Directive 89/686/EEC) and meets the requirements of the European standard EN ISO 20345:2011. Safety footwear is manufactured using both synthetic and natural materials which conforms to the relevant sections of EN ISO 20345:2011 for performance and quality. Safety Footwear is designed to minimise the risk of injury which could be inflicted by the wearer during use. It is designed to be used in conjunction with a safe working environment and will not completely prevent injury if an accident occurs which exceeds the testing limits of EN ISO 20345:2011.

Toe Caps

Steel toe caps used in the S1 Shoes & Boots meet the requirements of ISO 20345:2011: • Impact protection is 200 Joules. • Compression protection provided is 15,000 Newton’s.

Antistatic footwear

Antistatic footwear should be used if it is necessary to minimize electrostatic build-up by dissipating electrostatic charges, thus avoiding the risk of spark ignition of, for example, flammable substances and vapours, and if the risk of electric shock from any electrical apparatus or live parts has not been completely eliminated. It should be noted, however, that antistatic footwear cannot guarantee adequate protection against electric shock as it only introduces a resistance between foot and floor. If the risk of electric shock has not been completely eliminated, additional measures to avoid this risk are essential. Such measures, as well as the additional tests mentioned below, should be a routine part of the accident prevention programme at the workplace. Experience has shown that, for antistatic purposes, the discharge path through a product should normally have an electrical resistance of less than 1 000 MΩ at any time throughout its useful life. A value of 100 kΩ is specified as the lowest resistance limit of a product, when new, in order to ensure some limited protection against dangerous electric shock or ignition in the event of any electrical apparatus becoming defective when operating at voltages of up to 250 V. However, under certain conditions, users should be aware that the footwear might give inadequate protection and additional provisions to protect the wearer should be taken at all times. The electrical resistance of this type of footwear can be changed significantly by flexing, contamination or moisture. This footwear might not perform its intended function if worn in wet conditions. It is, therefore, necessary to ensure that the product is capable of fulfilling its designed function of dissipating electrostatic charges and also of giving some protection during its entire life. It is recommended that the user establish an in-house test for electrical resistance, which is carried out at regular and frequent intervals. Class I footwear can absorb moisture and can become conductive if worn for prolonged periods in moist and wet conditions. If the footwear is worn in conditions where the soling material becomes contaminated, wearers should always check the electrical properties of the footwear before entering a hazard area. Where antistatic footwear is in use, the resistance of the flooring should be such that it does not invalidate the protection provided by the footwear. In use, no insulating elements should be introduced between the inner sole of the footwear and the foot of the wearer. If any insert is put between the inner sole and the foot, the combination footwear/insert should be checked for its electrical properties.


All industrial waste should be disposed of correctly according to local regulations and good disposal practice. Safety protective shoes should be disposed of considering the hazardous substance they were used for. Please consider recycling.


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