HAIX military boots are developed in conjunction with teams in the field and tried
and tested in extreme situations. Military bodies from the North Cape to Afghanistan equip their soldiers with HAIX specialist footwear. Military forces all over the world place their confidence in the quality of their footwear. Wearers of HAIX are fully equipped to cope with extreme situations such as long marches, missions extending over several days and uneven terrain.
Leather/textile, hydrophobic, breathable (5,0 mg/cm/h), 2,4 2,6 mm thick.
GORE-TEX® Performance; 4-layer GORE-TEX® laminate, waterproof and breathable. Highly abrasion-resistant lining with fleece midlayer. Optimized- climate comfort for all year seasons and excessive use. Increased chemical protection Plastic/Non-woven Insole Moisture absorbtion, dimensionally stable, torsion-proof, avoids punctual preasure (e.g. of stones).
Anatomically formed, exchangeable, washable, very good moisture absorption, dries quickly.
Rubber/PU sole with a street/terrain tread, wear resistant and non-slip traction. Optimal step and bend behaviour due to sporty toe and heel rounding. This rubber shell sole features the MSL (micro-softlight) system that is the result of an additional production process to achieve extremely low weight, excellent cold/heat insulation and non-marking characteristics. The manually-applied extra high rubber sidewall gives this sole optimal side stability. Compliant with EN ISO 20347:2007.
HAIX® Climate System
Climate System with Micro-Dry lining at the top of the boot leg.
HAIX® MSL System
Improved damping, extremely low weight due to the PU foam across the entire sole area, good cold/heat insulation.
Lacing system with eyelets permitting smooth movement, slip resistant sole - also in ice and snow, antistatic.
What is Used?
Used condition means the goods have been previously worn but are still in good condition. We have a mixture of grade 1 and 2 boots but we always send the best we have at the time you order. They will have slight marks on the leather (some do not) and will have had wear to the soles, some have a slant to one side due to different peoples walking styles but again most are fine. They may have mud or sand on them from where they have been used also.