These line of boots are especially handy for those working in the forestry and arborist field where you can encounter risks associated with handling a chainsaw regularly on the job.
Whatever pair of boots you wear, you are guaranteed the cut protection required by your risky job. Take your time studying the features of our cut resistant boots so you can settle for one that best fits your needs.
Cut Resistant Boots are available in the following models:
HAIX® Airpower XR200, HAIX® Protector Prime Orange, HAIX® Fire Flash Xtreme, HAIX® Protector Prime Black, HAIX® Airpower R200, HAIX® Fire Flash Xtreme
HAIX® Airpower® XR200
For forestry workers, there’s the Airpower® XR200 which also features a para-aramid cut protection system to maintain safety in your feet while working around hazards like branches or a chainsaw. The lace of these ASTM-certified leather boots follows the 2-zone lacing system which allows you to maximize your boot’s fit without loosening up even after hours of tension. The puncture resistant midsole is made out of non-metallic flexible material keeping you safe from puncture hazards.
HAIX® Protector Prime Orange
If you’re needing more visibility, the HAIX® Protector Prime Orange might be more suitable for you as this waterproof footwear features a bright orange hue which can be helpful for those in the forestry industry who would like to know where their feet are in relation to the chainsaw at all times. The risk of a chainsaw cut is made lesser thanks to these highly-protective boots with its para-aramid cut protection. The built-in non-metallic protective sole prevents your feet from puncture risks while the steel toe cap adds an extra layer of protection from unexpected falling objects.
Whether it’s carrying a heavy chainsaw or going through a pile of rubble, HAIX® has the right pair of cut resistant boots that provide you with protection from risks that come with the job. Our selection does not disappoint and you are guaranteed to find the right footwear to help you perform your duty better. The more assured you are of your protective gear, the better you can do your job.