News | January 22, 2019

The New Extra-Comfortable Duralight And Shift Low Top Footwear From Propper

Comfort and versatility meet up-to-the-task ruggedness in new Duralight and Shift Low Top footwear offerings.

St. Charles, MO. (PRWEB) - Propper International has introduced two new styles of lightweight footwear that use comfort cell technology to keep feet comfortable throughout a shift and beyond.

The new Duralight Tactical Boot and Shift Low Top are both built on an EVA rubber outsole for excellent traction and impact absorption, removable EVA contoured footbed for added comfort, breathable lining, padded ankle collar, composite shank for extra support, and leather upper construction with double and triple stitching for longer wear.

“Duralight and Shift Low Top offer a bit of extra cushioning and support than is found in the typical boot,” said Joe Ruggeri, VP of Product Development for Propper. “Both are great for law enforcement and EMS. Thanks to the lower ankle, the Shift Low Top also makes a great option for the hospitality and service industries.”

The Duralight ($74.99) and Shift Low Top ($69.99) are the latest in the Propper footwear line that includes the Series 100 and Series 300, designed for both military and public safety professionals, and the law-enforcement-focused Tactical Duty boots. All Propper styles are engineered using true US sizing for superior fit with excellent weight distribution for all-day comfort.

“Propper has a long heritage of outstanding boots, from military contracts for active duty footwear to our commercial line for first responders,” explained Ruggeri. “The Duralight and Shift Low Top continue that great tradition.”

About Propper

Propper has made tactical gear with a purpose for over 50 years, since their first U.S. Navy contract in 1967. Today, Propper designs and manufactures professional level tactical apparel and gear for military, law enforcement and public safety professionals, and civilians, whether in the service, on the job, or off for the weekend.

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