V12 Tigris Brown Waxy Unlined Rigger Boot V1607

 

The Tigris is a new unlined rigger boot designed to be naturally breathable. Metal-free, it is non-sparking in flammable environments; and is lightweight reducing wearer fatigue on long shifts. The shaft and foot are crafted in waxy hide with minimal seams to increase water resistance, and a large pull loops makes it easy to pull on. As well as an integral heel support to reduce ankle impact, Tigris features the innovative new IGS sole unit, which offers enhanced grip and comfort to the wearer.

 

Upper

The Tigris is crafted from water resistant and breathable waxy crazy horse leather, with a cowboy cut top. The pull on loops and minimal seams are twin stitched for extra strength.

 

Lining

The shaft is unlined for high breathability and contains a soft suede heel lining for durability and comfort. The foot area is lined with a moisture wicking material for comfort in humid environments.

 

Insole

The heel pump insole creates superior shock absorbtion and unique airflow channels to maximise air circulation and reduce heat build up. With rebound foam and anti-static stitching for day long comfort.

 

Toecap

Wide fitting composite non sparking and thermal insulating.

It has been tested to the impact of 200 Joules.

 

 

Protective midsole

A flexible woven fibre midsole designed to protect from nails and sharps. Pierce resistant to 1100N.


Sole

Inspired by tyre technology and made from highly durable rubber, the IGS sole unit features a unique hexagonal tread ensuring superior traction, ladder grips offering firefighter levels of safety and a re-designed heel strike pad delivering exceptional water dispersal.

The IGS is heat resistant to approximately 300°C.

Non-marking and resistant to diesel, fat, acid and alkali.

 

EN ISO 20345:2011 S3 HRO SRC

ASTM F2413-11 M I/75 C/75

V12 Tigris Brown Waxy Unlined Rigger Boot V1607

SKU: v1607
£85.00 Regular Price
£80.00Sale Price
  • “At the end of a day’s work, the removable footbeds should be pulled half out of the boots to help make sure that they dry out and air properly overnight. If you don’t do this you risk the boots becoming smelly and create ideal conditions for bacteria to thrive in.”

    “If you get your boots really muddy, brush the worst off then wipe them down with warm water and let them dry naturally. Don’t put them on top of the boiler or in the airing cupboard as this will increase the tendency to crack the leather.”

    “Once a month, take out the replaceable insoles and stick them through the washing machine for a freshen up.”

    “When leather gets wet repeatedly, the natural oils eventually get washed out and if they are not replaced the leather will crack. You should periodically treat your boots to a dose of Chelsea Leather Food. This will feed and rejuvenate the leather and maintain its water resistant qualities.”

    “It’s worth investing in good quality socks made of cotton or other natural material. Besides being another layer of cushioning and insulation, socks play the vital role of wicking moisture away from the foot.”