Care and Cleaning
The clog can be washed in a washing machine up to 50°C. The insole can be washed by hand with a soft dampened cloth. Do not use aggressive detergents, solvents or corrosive products. To dry, place the shoes on air at room temperature, in shade. Keep them away from heat sources. The model’s durability depends on factors like type of ground, hours used, the user’s weight, etc. We recommend the use with socks. The clog can be damaged by chemicals such as citric acid, mineral oil, petrol and diesel.
Weight, materials and origin
- Weight of the pair in size 37: 300 gr
- Made in Portugal
- Produced with EVA with antistatic pin produced in thermoplastic SEBS
- Insole produced in EVA covered with textile
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2-year warranty for defective products. After-sales assistance via email, chat or phone, business days 9-17 GMT.
AntislipThe sole is designed to reduce the risk of slipping.
AntistaticPromotes the dissipation of accumulated static electricity.
BreathableRegulates the temperature and humidity of the foot.
CERegulation (EU) 2016/425.
EN ISO 20347:2012Clauses 5.2.2; 5.3.3; 220.127.116.11; 5.4.2; 5.4.4; 5.4.5; 18.104.22.168; 5.8.2; 5.8.3; 5.8.4; 22.214.171.124; 6.2.4.
Optional InsoleAllows you to raise even more your comfort
SRC Level AntislipThe sole is designed to reduce the risk of slipping on greasy and slippery floors.
Shock AbsorptionThe special design helps to reduce the occurrence of micro-lesions in tendons, bones and joints, and the feeling of tired legs.
Spillage ProtectionAllows to choose between extra ventilation or superior protection, which prevents the entrance of liquids into the footwear.
Super LightFeelite™ technology produces remarkably light, resistant and comfortable footwear.
TÜVThis footwear was tested and approved by TÜV Institute in Germany, for its antislip and antistatic properties.
UnisexStyle designed to be worn by men and women.
Upper Liquid ProtectionAvoids the entrance of liquids inside the shoe.
Washable 50°The footwear can be machine washed up to 50°.
Summary of Classification