Wide fit safety shoes and boots
Wide fit safety shoes and boots remain comfortable for the whole day at work. Are you struggling to find safety footwear such as boots or shoes because of the width of your feet? Perhaps you have already seen our range and do not understand the measurements?
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In this article, we will explain the multiple types of footwear available and how the measurements work.
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Types of Wide Fitting Footwear
Like most footwear, wide fitting footwear is available in a range of styles, from boots to trainer and even shoes. This variety is designed to meet your working requirements, whether you are working in an office or in a warehouse. Each type contains protective features, these protective features include both steel and composite toecaps and midsoles as well as waterproof qualities and slip resistance.
Here is a list of some of the many great safety features available of some of our wide fitting footwear.
- 200 Joule Composite Toecap
- 200 Joule Steel Toecap
- Non Metallic
- Wide Fitting Footwear
- Waterproof Footwear Properties
- Oil Resistant Properties
- Antistatic Properties
- Anti Slip Footwear
- Pierce Resistant Steel Midsole
- Cold Insulation
- Energy Absorbing Seat Region
- Pierce Resistant Composite Midsole
- Dual Density Sole Unit
- Heat Resistant Out Sole
How do the measurements work?
You may have noticed alongside the standard measurements which determine the length and general size of the item, a measurement in the form of a number of “e”. These measurements are usually either “eee” or “eeee”, but what do these mean?
Both of these are a standard measurement of width, meaning that with each length size the width measurement also increases. The direct use of the amount of e’s determines how wide the item is, with more meaning larger. These measurements are always taken from the circumference of the widest part of the foot.
You may not be familiar with the E measurement scheme in which case here are some conversions which may make more sense.
|EE / F / +1
|EEE / G / +2
|EEEE / H / +3
Larger measurements will come under the ultra-wide category and smaller measurements are covered under standard shoe sizes.