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Tough Oliver boots are comfortable too

17-10-2013
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Oliver Footwear has released a new elastic sided work boot incorporating superior comfort, durability and safety protection.
 
The Oliver AT 55-222 has been recently added to Oliver’s comprehensive range of safety and industrial footwear.
 
The AT 55-222 has a wheat coloured, water resistant, Nubuck leather upper. It also features a TECtuff rubberised toe bumper to safeguard against premature wear caused by scuffing.
 
The comfort features of the boot begin from the sole. There are two layers of a dual density nitrile rubber with a softer midsole and a high density hardwearing outsole. This helps to cushion the foot and help to reduce foot, leg and lower back fatigue.
 
Oliver Footwear’s unique COMFORT cushion uses a combination of cellular urethane and PORON to protect the heel and ball of the foot and with the NANOlite foot bed, the AT 55-222 provides exceptional underfoot comfort, cushioning and support.
 
The gently raised surface of the NANOlite foot bed also massages the foot when walking to promote greater blood flow and further reduce fatigue.
 
The dual density sole is heat resistant to 300°C of surface contact, resistant to mineral and organic oils and acids and also affords excellent slip resistance.
 
Like the other footwear styles in the Oliver AT 55 Range, the new AT 55-222 has a NATUREform Type 1 Steel Toe Cap with a wide profile shape to suit your foot and prevent contact between toes and the toe cap.
 
Heavy duty Kevlar stitching across all critical seams provides increased strength and adds to the durability of the AT 55-222.
 
The new boot also complies with the Australian and New Zealand Standards AS/NZS 2210.3:2009 and the International equivalents EN ISO 20345:2011 and ASTM F2413-11.
 
Size choices are from 4-14 with half size increments from 61/2 to 101/2.

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