Perhaps the ultimate safety shoe, the most advanced technologies act together in the new Dike Primato, offering excellence: footwear so ergonomic that reduces muscle fatigue, 40% lighter than normal work shoes, with a return of energy when walking 40% and also capable of guaranteeing the correct posture thanks to the change of the center of gravity towards the heel area.
Dike Primato offers workers a unique experience capable of optimizing performance, while working in a safe and comfortable way, allowing them to give the best of themselves, without altering their work routine and keeping fatigue to a minimum. The Dike Primato is the first work footwear in the world equipped with DER® technology (Dike Energy Rebound): the revolutionary midsole made of polyurethane microcapsule, which works like a spring system. When the shoe hits the ground (the compression phase), the kinetic energy is absorbed and then returned in the subsequent step phase with an energy return of 40%, which is considered the perfect return threshold. The DXT® safety toe cap (Dike Extra Light Toe) is made entirely of carbon fiber, a material with an incredible strength-to-weight ratio. In preparation for future safety standards, the exclusive DTS® aramid fiber penetration-resistant sole (Dike Total Shield) weighs 50% less than the most commonly used intermediate metal plates, it is ultra resistant. and guarantees the protection of the perforation against 3 mm long nails. Equally innovative and exclusive is the DAS® removable insole (Dike Active Support) made of microcapsules that, in addition to working in conjunction with the midsole, gives foot massages while walking with an important anti-fatigue effect and an optimal ergonomic support. Its special lining is machine washable, antibacterial and antifungal, thus ensuring that the feet stay fresh and dry even after a long day of work. Standards that the footwear complies with: EN ISO 20345 S3 SRC, ESD. Colors and sizes available: Chocolate, Sage Green, Blue sugar paper and Sand, in sizes from 38 to 47.