Mammoet is known for doing extreme jobs under extreme conditions and helps clients improve construction efficiency and optimize the uptime of plants and installations. For that purpose, Mammoet offers solutions for lifting, transporting, installing and decommissioning large and heavy structures in the petrochemical, offshore, power, and civil industries. The Mammoet collection consists of 4 durable models. A mid cut range laced or zipped called the Mammoet Anchor and Which. A high cut range called the Mammoet Bolster. And last but not least the tough Barge pull up boot.
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Available soon! Mid-cut protection in stylish leather. Do you need ankle protection and support? Then the ankle-high ADA is ideal for you. Made in stylish, strong leather. And with a penetration-resistant insert of FlexGuard® composite, so that sharp objects cannot penetrate the shoe from below.
Score is an S3 safety shoe, completely metal free and lightweight. Forward is a collection featuring double density PU soles with enhanced slip resistance due to the new Flex Grip. This new technology gives the sole the desired adaptability ensuring that these lightweight safety shoes exceed the SRC standard.
Goal safety shoes are S3, full metal free, lightweight, ESD certified and made in the Netherlands. Forward safety shoes guide the Walkline® of the foot, which results in less fatigue and better energy preservation for the wearer. The PU-PU outsole uses new ‘Beam and Pillar’ technology, which provides the best support and ensures that the outsole is extremely durable and shock absorbing. These safety shoes have Flex Grip which combines flexibility, adaptability and supreme grip, far exceeding the SRC standard.
The combination of this traditional colored nubuck upper with a new technical Eagle sole make this the perfect outdoor, metal free safety shoe. With a composite toecap and FlexGuard composite perforation resistant insert you can easily enter a surrounding where metal object are unwanted, and it helps to isolate the cold in low temperatures.