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CRISPI Forst GTX Chainsaw Boot

CRISPI Forst GTX Chainsaw Boot

Regular price £245.00 (Exc. VAT)
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After years of designing a wide range of boots and safety footwear, CRISPI have launched their very own chainsaw protection boot. Developed for both the forestry and arboriculture markets with comfort and durability being the most important elements.

This Class 2 chainsaw boot is very light weight at around 930 grams. The design is sleek with very good support around your ankle. Premium materials are used throughout the boot with the inclusion of Vibram soles, Gore-Tex lining and water-repellent leather.

A key method for keeping the weight down while providing support is the inclusion of TWT, which is visible on the side of the boot. The Thermo Wire Technology (TWT) is an innovative system developed by CRISPI® which permits support to the upper by giving extra structure, better stability, protection and support to the shoe.

Outwear are excited to be bringing this new boot to the UK and Irish markets and having worked with CRISPI for a number of years we have absolute confidence in the quality of the materials and skills used in the manufacturing.

CRISPI have been producing some of the finest footwear since 1975 and their Italian expertise and passion for quality ensure that they remain as one of the leaders within the industry.


Upper: Water repellent crust leather

Lining: Gore-Tex Performance Comfort Footwear

Insole: Differentiated structure

Removable Insole: P 100 + Cambrelle®

Protection: Protective aluminum Toe-Cap 701J and rubber outer toe cap

Sole: Vibram® MEGAGRIP with polyurethane shock absorbing midsole and CCF insert


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