Aqua-Cell® is our one-of-a-kind bi-component membrane that makes Airtox safety shoes 100% waterproof. It works perfectly even in the most extreme weather, offering protection from rain and wet working conditions. The Aqua-Cell® membrane is also breathable. As a result, Aqua-Cell®  keeps your feet dry and fresh at all times.


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Cool&Me® is a highly advanced cooling system. The system is designed to improve air circulation within the insole, and to regulate temperature and comfort. Due to a unique hexagonal microchannel construction, drops of perspiration are constantly transported away from your feet, vaporizing and keeping your feet dry. At the same time, fresh air can easily pass through the insole. Cool&Me® prevents your feet from getting warm and sweaty to increase overall comfort when wearing your shoes.

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PowerBreeze® is our high-tech, breathable fabric used in many Airtox products. In contrast to the Cool&Me® system, PowerBreeze® is used in the upper part of the shoe to allow constant airflow. This microfabric helps manage perspiration and maintain a dry feeling when wearing the shoe. PowerBreeze® provides superior breathability, leaving you with the feeling of true freshness every time you wear your Airtox.

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Ultrasoft shock absorber technology for midsoles. Cushioning, energy return and flexibility at once. Much softer than regular EVA material.


Whitelayer® is no less than a global sensation, and is used in Airtox for the first time ever in the safety shoe industry. This unique, non-metal felted fabric is a revolution in anti-perforation material for safety footwear. It is an extremely strong, light, soft and highly flexible fiber that doesn’t have any real competition on the market.

It provides an extraordinarily high level of protection for your feet in every environment. Whitelayer® gives you freedom of movement and superior comfort. With the help of technologies such as Whitelayer® , Airtox has been able to bridge the gap between regular trainers and safety shoes!

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