The most stringent procedures are adopted in our factory that strictly comply with public health requirements and the ecosystem. We have completely eliminated the use of phthalates and we constantly strive to optimise the use of resources, such as water, raw materials and electricity.
- Reach Protocol
(Which stands for “Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of CHemicals”) Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council approved on 18 December 2006 concerning the registration of all substances produced or imported in the European Union in quantities exceeding one tonne per year.
- Candidate List
Substances whose use is not prohibited but whose tolerated quantity is regulated for specific product categories
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- Nickel, lead and cadmium
All the materials used comply with the Directive of the European Council No 91/338/EEC on the restrictions on the use of dangerous substances, such as nickel, lead and cadmium.
Standards for shoes
and safety boots
Categories of safety
EN ISO 20345: Safety footwear according to EN ISO 20345 with toe caps for high loads, whose protective effect is tested with an energy of 200 joules.
EN ISO 20347: Safety footwear according to EN ISO 20347 without toecap or penetration protection. Safety footwear and safety boots must comply with the European standard.
EN ISO 20345: Footwear with protective devices complying with the above standard must meet certain criteria, such as puncture resistance or toe protection.
I. Footwear made of leather or other materials, excluding all rubber or polymer materials.
II. All rubber and polymer materials.
|S1||I||Closed heel area. Antistatic. Energy absorption in the heel area.|
|S2||I||Like S1 plus water penetration and absorption|
|S3||I||Like S2 plus puncture resistance. Profiled outsole.|
|S4||II||Antistatic properties, energy absorption in the heel area.|
|S5||II||Like S4 plus puncture resistance. Profiled outsole.|
For hybrid shoes: These are shoes that are made entirely of a polymer material in the lower part, the upper part of the shoe is made of another material, e.g. leather.