- Order number: 6200182.M.4
|Boot height in inches||5 1/2 inches|
|Certification||ASTM F 2413, CAN/CSA-Z195|
|Product type||Clearance, Factory firsts|
|Safety toe||Composite toe|
|Technologies||Absorption, Anti Slip, Classified UL Canada, Climate, Composite Toe Cap, Electric Hazard Resistance, GORE-TEX®, Protective Over Cap made of Rubber or TPU|
|Upper material||Smooth leather|
Feel the Difference
You may be asking yourself, how is HAIX® Black Eagle® Safety Mid 52 Brown (Gen 1) different than other safety shoes?
With the all new Black Eagle® Safety 52 Mid Brown (Gen 1), you can say goodbye to those uncomfortable and bulky safety shoes you've seen in the past. HAIX Black Eagle® Safety boots are not only significantly lighter than most safety boots, but they are phenomenally comfortable too! A great choice for parcel services, electricians, construction, warehouse, or factory work, the metal free design is perfect for high security work environments too. Check out the features of these HAIX factory seconds below:
Finest European Leather with Certified Composite Safety Toe
Black Eagle® Safety is quality crafted in Europe using fine European leathers. Built with the ASTM toe protection needed for on the job, but featuring the fit and feel of an athletic shoe. Black Eagle® is the perfect blend of athletic shoe technology and high tech safety features designed for the hard working professional. The carbon composite toe offers plenty of room for comfort and movement. Black Eagle® Safety provides maximum protection without sacrificing athletic performance. Black Eagle® Safety 52 Mid Brown (Gen 1) will put an end to foot fatigue even when having to spend long hours on your feet.
Electrical Hazard Protection with Slip Resistant Soles and Long-lasting Durability
Protect yourself against slips and falls with the anti-slip technology of Black Eagle® boots. Not only do these boots give you excellent grip on many surfaces, they are resistant to wearing down from abrasion too. Giving you longer lasting durability in addition to protection. Black Eagle® Safety is certified ASTM Electrical Hazard resistant too!
Waterproof GORETEX® and Climate Comfort in any weather
HAIX® added a GORETEX® inner liner to the Black Eagle® Safety line so that you get complete waterproof protection no matter what the weather outside. The built in Climate System works to keep your feet dry and comfortable whether you are hot and sweaty or braving winter weather. Working in conjunction with the Climate System, the specially developed HAIX® insole is designed to wick moisture, is revocable and machine washable, and antibacterial.
High-Quality Functional Footwear that won’t Break the Bank
And best of all, not only does Black Eagle® Safety 52 Mid Brown (Gen 1) offer unparalleled comfort and protection, the cost is much more affordable as well. Black Eagle® Safety is a great choice when looking for comfortable, yet high quality safety footwear for a more affordable price.
- Our lightest weight over ankle safety shoe
- HAIX® Climate System for temperature balance
- Carbon Composite safety toe protection
- Metal free puncture resistant midsole
- GORETEX® inner liner, waterproof and breathable
- Electrical Hazard Rated (EH)
- Cushiony, moisture-wicking, anti-bacterial insole with "AIRFLOW" channels
- Pronation support
- Completely metal free HAIX factory seconds
- Durable slip resistant sole offering improved heel to toe control in all weather conditions. Resistant to heat, oil, and gasoline, as well as non-marking
- Out of warranty footwear can be refurbished with original factory parts through an extended wear package. This package includes any necessary replacement or repair of stitching, profiled rubber toe caps, insoles, and retreading of soles. Footwear will be cleaned and deodorized. HAIX footwear owners also have the option of a sole retread only or a toe cap replacement only.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This style has been discontinued and is sold "as is" with no manufacturer warranty under any circumstances.
Well built but stiff
Well built look like they would last a while. But are the most uncomfortable pair of boots I ever bought. Very stiff and rigid.
I have been a happy Haix customer for a few years, these boots have extended that feeling.
I've been wearing Haix as my primary boot for almost a decade now.
I've bounced around with the model, wearing 5 different models out of the 6 pair I have or had.
To date the only issue I have had was after sending a pair to be resoled, having them fail after the resole.
I was reimbursed for the cost of that after it happened, so in my mind no harm no foul.
That being said, I got my moneys worth out of those boots anyhow ( and ended up placing them in rain boots on a permanent basis so they are still in use.
I waited about 6 weeks to write this review of the Black Eagle Safety Mid gen 1.
Mind you they are the old model and were purchased off clearance.
I don't know the full details of the changes between gen 1 and gen 2, but at first glance it appears to be smooth leather versus a slightly suade type.
As with every pair before, the fit is dead on accurate as I'm a spot on half size and they have all been consistant in their sizing unlike some variations I've had within another well known boot manufacturers line.
The toe is a little roomier than some others, which isn't something I need ( as I play ice hockey and am used to a tight toe box ) but do appreciate while wearing these.
I am a telephone lineman and wear these roughly 50+ hours a week, in all kinds of weather.
They are light, they are very comfortable and as it's December at the time I'm writing this, I can confirm they have good traction in light snow and mud as well as normal dry surfaces, and as a mid with a nice lacing system, I feel pretty confident on icy surfaces that I'm not going to roll an ankle or something like that.
If I'm doing work on a ladder, I'm comfortable with the sole system on the Haix, but if I'm going up on hooks I'll switch to a climbing boot... which in reality, you have to choose one or the other as I've never found a climber that is comfortable in all day walking... where these are.
I appreciate the lack of metal anywhere in the boot and the eyelets are plastic, but feel sturdy and solid... they are well designed not only to last but also for easy tensioning.
Personally, one of my favorite things about Haix is that I can knot the lace ends so they don't pull out of the top eyelet and can step in and step out of them with ease, they are snug enough that I can walk in them like this without them flopping around if I just want to get in my jeep to head to work or a quick run to the store without having to tie them... most other boots I have had the tongue flops in or the ankle supports don't remain standing up... ( This is why I put the older boots inside rain boots, so I can just pop my foot in and out without needing to tie them or struggling with getting the rubbers on over the boots... they went in and stay in and now they are the most protective, yet easiest and most comfortable rain boots I've had to wear... and when these get old, they will be relagated to the same situation ).
I wholeheartedly stand by Haix and recommend them to anyone asking about boots...
I have purchased closeout boots on couple of occasions and I assume they have been closeouts for reasons of small changes in design, because if they were somehow factory seconds I can't find any blemishes or marks that would make be think they were.
It's a great company... a great boot and the few interactions I've had with customer reps have been terrific.
I could describe details about the boot in terms of safety or features... but the description on the website takes care of all of that very well... what I will say is that every claim of theirs, in my opinion and in my experience, has been found to be accurate and true.
There is no hype at Haix...
I'm a happy customer.