V12 Slam Black S1P Trainer VS600


Slam is very practical safety trainer with a metal-free toecap and flexlite rubber outsole. It also comes with a wipe clean leather upper and rubber heel support for stability on all surfaces. 



Smooth leather upper. Soft padded collar. Unique fisheye lace system to achieve the perfect fit. Reflective heel inserts and ankle stabiliser.



Padded, moisture wicking and highly breathable. Cool in summer, warm in winter.



VS100 twin shock absorbing footbed is contoured to supports and cradle the foot.



Wide fitting composite non sparking and thermal insulating.

Tested to impact of 200 Joules.


Protective midsole

Flexible corrosion resistant steel, pierce resistant to 1100N.



Triple-density Phylon/Rubber provides high slip resistance. Anti-static and abrasion resistant to latest EN standards. Heat resistant to approximately 300°C. Acid, alkali, oil and hydrocarbon resistant. Shock absorbing defined heel.


EN ISO 20345:2011 S1P HRO SRC

V12 Slam Black S1P Trainer VS600

  • “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.”