Viðar was a son of god Odin in the nordic mythology. He kills the wolf Fenrir to avenge his father Odin by stepping down with one foot in a special leather shoe on the lower jaw of the wolf and tearing his mouth apart. His shoe is described as consisting of leather pieces that people have cut of their own shoes and given them to Viðar. It was the first case of safety footwear usage, described in Germanic myths.
These shoes are washable by 40 degree Celsius up to 40 times. That’s why you can use these shoes at companies with HACCP. Workwear-rental companies complement their offer with this footwear as well.
Occupational footwear is certified according to EN ISO 20347:2012.
Safety footwear is certified according to EN ISO 20345:2011.
The lasts are designed especially for foot strain lowering - with anatomic formed footbed, with deep heel cup, with cross upfold bearing. You have a firm and safe stand in our shoes. The clogs have additionally a toe grip.
We try to hold our footwear design as simple as possible for the sake of hygiene and saf working.