For over forty years one of the most successful continental players in the safety footwear sector, Maspica Srl has been able to establish itself nationally and internationally thanks to a production philosophy that has always been aimed at continuous improvement.
Its great experience, on time practical and scientific checks on the performance of its products, aesthetic choices that live up to the great traditions of Italian Style and the constant evolution of the collections designed to meet the needs of workers active in the most diverse production sectors make its Sixton Peak® brand a reliable reference point for companies that want to guarantee their staff high quality PPE footwear, guaranteed by the traceability mark "The Origin of Quality", in step with all the most stringent regulations including the new EN ISO 20345: 2022.
A perfect example in this sense is the recent adoption on the Sestriere and Susa models of the Perspair Hypertex recycled material fabric with truly unbeatable characteristics, which ensures the footwear high-level mechanical performance even in very difficult environments.
TECHNOLOGIES AND SYSTEMS FOR EXCELLENT SHOES
The Sestriere high at the ankle and the lower Susa below the malleolus, are both safety shoes intended for heavy and dangerous uses such as those required by building construction works and in the mechanical industry. With S3S protection class, high-performance and resistant, with high visibility reflective inserts, they have a series of systems and technologies that place them at the top in terms of comfort and safety.
• Recycled, removable, anatomic and ergonomic QRS 02 insole is made from 70% recycled materials. Multilayered, it is covered with a soft, breathable and resistant fabric under which a comfortable memory cushion comfortably accommodates the foot.
• The sole, in dual density PU foam, features self-cleaning grooves and extra-grip PU tread with SR anti-slip performance.
• The aluminium SXT 2.0 Toe cap with functional variable thicknesses offers, in addition to the 3.0 mm nail resistance (PS method), an ultralight protection and comfortable internal volumes.
• Dynamic HC Control, on the other hand, is a rigid structure which, in addition to performing an anti-slip function and protecting the worker from sharp points and protrusions, improves foot support and ankle control in lateral movements while maintaining transversal stability of the ankle and ideal alignment of the joint position even in the most dynamic movements on uneven ground.