15 - 20 June, Hannover/Germany
Haix - Schuhe
Sleek and sporty functional boot. Lightweight and flexible - equipped with all relevant safety features. All you expect from HAIX® - from shaft to toe. The FIRE EAGLE is the boot of the latest generation! Weighing less than 1000 grams, this shoe is the "little brother" of the FIRE HERO. With less weight and a distinct sports design, HAIX has developed a boot for top rescuers that conforms to all standards and withstands even the most gruelling conditions. "I never wore a more comfortable boot. I don't mind wearing it all day long, as it feels like as sports shoe," says a member of the Bavarian fire services who was among the first to test the FIRE EAGLE. "That is exactly what we had in mind when we developed this new firefighter boot," explains Andreas Himmelreich, a shoe developer at HAIX® and one of the designers behind the HAIX® line of firefighter boots whose first model was the legendary "Fire-Flash" in 2000: ... less weight... more flexibility... greater comfort... simply better!The trend-setter of this new generation of boots catches the eye with its two-colour toe-cap featuring signal yellow contour ripples. The two-colour design continues along the sole and aims at just one thing: maximum safety for firefighters during rescue work. The anti-slip sole with lamella grip technology is also yellow, acting like a "light in the dark" when rescuers need to crawl one behind the other in the dark entering confined spaces. Other safety features that are standard with HAIX boots are the ultra-light yet extremely strong toe cap made from a composite material. For the design of the new lightweight boot, HAIX technicians once more applied their unrivalled expertise in footwear safety, acquired over many years.They succeeded in producing a lightweight firefighter boot with a sporty look that offers outstanding comfort without compromising on safety: The HAIX FIRE EAGLE.
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