Safety Key, Feature Symbols and Technology
EN ISO 20345:2011
Toe protection tested with 200J impact and 15kN compression force. Fuel Oil resistant outsole. (SB)
Using a Goodyear Welted construction has a number of advantages. This construction is an extremely robust method of manufacture where a lockstitch sewn welt secures the upper to the inner sole.
- The upper is carefully pulled over a wooden last to remove all stretch from the leather. Many vulcanised boots are not lasted. Lasting gives a better fit over the life of the boot.
- Goodyear Welt innersoles are built into the boot, not slipped in afterwards.
- Goodyear Welted boots have a natural cushion filler between the inner sole and outsole. This means greater comfort and fewer aches if you are on your feet a lot.
- Goodyear Welted boots are built like quality dress shoes, allowing your feet to breathe.
- Goodyear Welted boots can be re-soled.
We use this tough construction for the following Buckler Boots styles:
- Goodyear Welted Waterproof Riggers
- Goodyear Welted Steel Toe & Midsole SB/P/HRO range
- Goodyear Welted Non-Safety range
Injection Moulded Construction
Injection Moulding, whilst a different construction technique to Goodyear Welted, keeps our footwear light yet extremely durable. Injection Moulded footwear is constructed using advanced rubber and PU injection, mould and clamping technology.
Our Buckshot range is Injection Moulded.
Even lighter weight than both Goodyear Welted and Injection Moulded footwear, a Seal Bonded Sole Construction boot remains lightweight, flexible and keeps a great looking profile.
Leather Lined – ‘No Sweat’
When you want breathability as well as safety, you need a leather lined boot from Buckler Boots. We use only real cowhide linings, offering natural comfort and a cool feel that man-made linings just can’t match. In fact, our leather linings exceed the European Water Vapour Permeability Test by a factor of three.
The No.1 Dealer Boot range now comes with a built in shoe horn for easy on/easy off, no heel ‘dig’ when driving/operating foot controls plus it helps keep full ankle support and close comfort fit for the lifetime of the boots.
We use 'Buckflex' in all of our safety dealer boot styles:
Plus it’s a key feature on our non-safety dealer boot styles too:
Teflon® is used on our Buckskinz Work Trousers. Teflon® fabric protector is a powerful stain fighting system which helps keep fabrics looking newer longer. Liquid spills bead up and roll off, and ground-in stains are released during cleaning.
With Cordura® being a high-performance fabric which is resistant to abrasions, tears and scuffs, it’s the ideal material for the knee and thigh areas of our Buckskinz Work Trousers. Cordura® is twice as durable as standard nylon, three times more durable than polyester and ten times more durable than cotton.
Cambrelle® is used across our boot range.
Cambrelle® linings help keep feet cooler in summer and warmer in winter. It breathes, letting air in and moisture out. The lining works like a blotter, absorbing foot perspiration. It dries quickly, resists foot odour and mildew. It has the added benefit of being soft and cushion-like for added comfort yet durable and long wearing.
Neoprene® resists degradation from sun, ozone and weather. It provides waterproofing, weight saving, insulation and is flexible. It has chemical, abrasion and oil resistance.