The iconic Purofort winter boot
The Purofort Thermo + Full Safety from Dunlop it’s a lightweight thermal boot, produced in PUROFORT®
Purofort is a unique material, developed by Dunlop, that has millions of evenly distributed air pockets, making your boots extremely lightweight and thermally insulating. The cross-linked structure provides flexibility and strength.
This model is classified as S5, the most stringent category with respect to protective features for safety footwear. Only the boots with S5 classification are equipped with a protective steel toecap to protect the toes from impacts of an energy level of 200 J and a compression at a load of 15 kN and steel midsole that prevents penetration up to a force of 1100 N. Other protective features include slip resistance, antistatic properties, energy absorption of the heel region and resistance to fuel oil.
Besides all the above, it also offer cold insulation that prevents heat loss down to a temperature of -20˚C and dirt repellent, SRC classified outsole. It also offers protection against a wide variety of chemicals and was specially developed for use within the agriculture segment.
Developed in conformity with the European Standard EN ISO 20345:2011( S5+CI+SRC).
|These boots are an original Dunlop product.|
|Specification | Boots|
|These boots prevent heat loss and offer outstanding thermal properties. Thanks to its unique recipe and molecular structure, the boots assure excellent cold insulation down to -20 °C. The CI (cold insulation) classification also means that the upper surface of the insole should not exceed 10 °C after 30 minutes.|
|The outsole is oil resistant, which prevents the boot surface from being damaged by the adverse effects of oily substances.|
|These boots feature energy absorption on the heel region which reduces the impact to the foot while walking preventing and minimizing the risk of injuries.|
|These boots have antistatic properties that guarantee an electrical resistance between 100 and 1000 MΩ, which allows them to avoid electrostatic charge and eliminate the risk of electric shocks.|
Slip resistant | SRC
|SRC CERTIFIED SLIP RESISTANCE | The boots classified as SCR meet the most demanding requirements for slip resistance as they satisfy both SRA and SRB classifications. SRA refers to slip resistance on ceramic tile floors covered with detergent and SRB refers to slip resistance on steel floors covered with glycerine.|
|These boots are 100% waterproof to ensure they keep your feet dry under wet and dirty conditions.|
|The S5 classification is the most demanding category regarding protective features for safety footwear. The boots with S5 classification are particularly equipped with a protective steel toe cap and midsole and cleated outsole. Other protective features include antistatic properties, slip resistance, resistance to fuel oil and energy absorption of the heel region. The boots are tested and certified in accordance with the EN ISO 20345:2011 standard.|
|These boots offer a maximum protection against falling and penetrating objects as they contain a protective steel toe cap and steel midsole. They are tested and certified in accordance with the EN ISO 20345:2011 standard, as they are able to protect not only the toes from impacts of an energy level up to 200 J and a compression load up to 15 KN but also the foot sole from penetration up to a force of 1100 N.|
|These boots were designed to offer a perfect fit, making them a comfortable choice for everyday use.|
|These boots provide protection against a wide variety of chemical substances.|
|This American standard covers the requirements for the safety performance of footwear. It is to provide protection against a variety of workplace hazards.|
|This Canadian standard covers the requirements for the safety performance of footwear. It is to provide protection against a variety of workplace hazards.|
|These boots offer a maximum protection against falling objects as they contain a protective steel toe cap. They are tested and certified in accordance with the EN ISO 20345:2011 standard, as they are able to protect the toes from impacts of an energy level up to 200 J and a compression load up to 15 KN.|