Equipped for all situations. Your Ranger GSG9-S will get you safely through any mission.
- Maximum protection against liquids
- Increased impact absorption
- Particularly slip resistant
- Made in Europe
Maximum protection from liquids
You want to get safely through any situation – no matter what happens. The CROSSTECH® membrane from Gore® in your Ranger GSG9-S is not only waterproof and breathable, it also protects you reliably from blood and body fluids.
Secure hold thanks to anti-slip
The Ranger GSG9-S gives you stability in every position. To protect you against skidding, the sole of the Ranger GSG9-S with its special rubber compound and innovative tread construction offers extremely high slip resistance and grip on a wide variety of surfaces.
Increased impact damping thanks to MSL System
Optimal damping that protects your feet and joints. The Micro Soft Light System of your Ranger GSG9-S cushions your steps while walking and thus relieves your entire musculoskeletal system.
Optimal hold thanks to 2-zone lacing
The Ranger GSG9-S adapts perfectly to your foot in both the instep and the shaft area, so that it offers you optimal support. This is ensured by 2-Zone Lacing, an innovative 2-zone lacing system for foot and upper.
Precise fit thanks to special lasts
The right shoe for your feet. Thanks to specially designed lasts, your Ranger GSG9-S fits perfectly and provides ultimate wearing comfort, the whole day long.
The Ranger GSG9-S has been tested according to the standard DGUV 112-191 (BGR 191) and is therefore approved for orthopaedic insoles.
This allows the Ranger GSG9-S to be adapted even more optimally to the foot and to support its anatomical structure.
You can reorder spare parts for the Ranger GSG9-S by clicking the following link and applying the appropriate filters: Spare parts overview
Thanks to the two-zone lacing of the Ranger GSG9-S, the lacing can be quickly fixed and the shoe can be optimally adjusted to the foot. The lacing is first adjusted and fixed in the instep area and can then be variably adjusted in the shaft area. This combination provides support and stability.
The Ranger GSG9-S can be put on and taken off quickly and easily, so that the focus can be fully on the work.
The Ranger GSG9-S is equipped with a puncture-resistant sole. This protects against the penetration of sharp objects.
All-round protection with the Ranger GSG9-S.
Thanks to Gore Crosstech, the Ranger GSG9-S is not only waterproof, but also protects against the entry of blood and body fluids.
The Ranger GSG9-S can be used in any work without any restriction.
HAIX shoes are 100% Made in Europe. For us, this is not just lip service, but lived practice. When it says "Made in Europe" on a HAIX shoe, we assure you that it was made exclusively at our production sites in Mainburg and Mala Subotica, Croatia. Both plants are among the most modern shoe manufacturing facilities in the world.
By the way: "Made in Europe" is not only a promise of quality for us, but also stands for good working conditions, equal opportunities, sustainability and corporate responsibility.
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The best. Really.
I have own these for over 10 years now. I hesitated buying them about a year, since they're quite expensive. But once I did, the best decision I ever made. I know, such a sales pitch. But they're just that good.
They're light, sleek (if you have your trousers over them, almost looks like a normal shoe), comfortable with different patches of leather and textile to ease the movement of your foot. The d-rings around your ankle, to divide the stiffness of lacing, etc.
The gold here, though, is the sole.
It grips (it really does, even on ice the next best thing would be studded shoes), Doesn't squeak (you know that sound when a wet shoe meets a stone/steel surface, none of that)
Has insulation (They're my main winter boots even, since the majority of cold your feet are going to get, is from surface, through the sole)
And on a random note. You know how when you buy 'combat boots', etc. Well a shoe, that's not a sneaker, really, you should walk around 100km to make them adapt to your feet, before actually using them. For me, there was none of that with these. Fit from the get go, no soreness nor blisters.
This is not a paid promotion. They're just that good.
The outer sole came undone, the glue finally gave up.
(After somewhat around 14 years of constant use.)
Ordered another pair to replace my old ones.
Again, just that good of a thing to have strapped to your feet.