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New Timberland Pro safety footwear

Wildcard Mid safety footwear

Latest Wildcard Mid ankle boot provides protection against water penetration for outdoor workers

TIMBERLAND Pro have expanded their sports-inspired Wildcard range with the launch of Wildcard Mid safety footwear

‘Already tested with great success by a number of customers involved in harsh environments, such as waste management, the new Timberland Pro Wildcard Mid ankle boot has been designed to keep feet dry, comfortable and safe in tough environments,’ said Stephanie Altit-Hazan, marcom manager for Timberland Pro in EMEAI.

‘This is achieved primarily through a high-performance, waterproof membrane, that keeps water and rain out, whilst allowing perspiration-absorption inside the boot, enhancing foot comfort during long, active working days.’

With an exclusively designed Vibram outsole to provide excellent slip and abrasion resistance, the new Wildcard Mid footwear is designed for those working in construction, transport and logistics, waste management and other outdoor trades who face increased slip and trip hazards. The addition of an ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) midsole adds superior shock absorption, flexibility and comfort.

Wider performance benefits include a microfiber upper, with forefoot and heel reinforcements that offer lightness, abrasion resistance as well as strong ankle/foot support.

The metal-free, anti-puncture midsole and protective toe cap increase thermal insulation in cold conditions and ensure Wildcard Mid is extremely lightweight. There is also an improved flex area at the back of the heel to enable comfortable bending and flexing when kneeling down.

In addition, odour inside the Wildcard Mid boot is controlled thanks to a complementary antimicrobial treatment.

Certified to EN ISO20345, the new Timberland PRO Wildcard Mid is available in sizes 40 to 47.

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