HAIX North America www.haixusa.com has announced the release of its newest boot, the Black Eagle Tactical 2.0 GTX High Side Zip.
The company says the Black Eagle Tactical 2.0 GTX High Side Zip is the perfect choice for anyone who is looking for something lightweight and breathable with the convenience of a side zipper for “quick in and out of the boot.” Built with trail-running technology, these boots are suited to running down a suspect or taking a leisurely jog in the park, HAIX says. They are extremely lightweight, durable, and offer all-day comfort, even after long hours on your feet.
This version of the Black Eagle Tactical boots has a few differences when compared to the other models. The upper material is made of the high-quality, waterproof bull hide leather and a soft microfiber design. Built with Sun Reflect technology, the boots are highly breathable and durably waterproof with a Gore-Tex inner liner that keeps the wearer’s feet drier and more comfortable whether on or off duty. The metal-free design, including the waterproof zipper, makes these boots airport friendly, so they can be worn when working with security surveillance equipment or metal detectors. And, for the first time, this Black Eagle version is offered in Medium and Wide widths for those who need a little extra room.
The Black Eagle Tactical 2.0 GTX High Side Zip also features non-slip soles so professionals can keep their footing. The soles are shock absorbing and non-marking along with being fuel-, oil- and heat resistant. PU is injected into the sole for optimal comfort and heat insulation. There is also extra padding in the ankle area for additional support and stability.
Like the other boots in the Black Eagle line, the Black Eagle Tactical 2.0 GTX High Side Zip comes with a one-year manufacturer’s warranty with the option to add an additional year.
For more information on the release of the Black Eagle Tactical 2.0 GTX High Side Zip boot, visit www.haixusa.com or call (866)-344-4249.
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