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  1. The dual fitting footwear Lemaitre both women and men

    Keen observer of the feminization of certain trades, Lemaitre Sécurité has naturally assimilated the design of women's safety shoe models, bringing them comfort, safety and a preserved feminine look.
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  2. How to choose your safety shoes?

    In this video, our partner Bricotest asks the right questions to find "shoe to his feet"!
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  3. Randa S1P : For you, women !

    The new model Randa S1P, from the Sp-Light collection, invites you to femininity and comfort, while protecting your feet strongly.
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  4. Lemaitre Securite Events and exhibitions

    Follow our Lemaitre teams around the world to meet us and discover our new products.
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  5. New SP-LIGHT range of…. WORKING SHOES !

    Developed mainly for drivers, craftsmen and the service sector, the SP-Light Work Collection features models without protective toe cap.
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  6. Lemaitre new socks collection !

    A functional sock combines a selection of specific materials (PES Coolmax® fibers, natural fibers, Lycra, anti-bacterial treatment…) and a design (non-friction band, semi-cushioned sole, breathable areas). Allow us to introduce you to our new collection.
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  7. Lemaitre ISO certification

    Since 1998, Lemaitre initiated an ISO approach. Today certified ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, the company shows a will to go further to satisfy you.
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  8. New website !

    We have the pleasure to announce the opening of our new website
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  9. How to look after your safety shoes

    The key to success: alternate between several pairs of shoes Our no. 1 tip: if you can, alternate between two pairs of safety shoes. That allows them to dry out if they have accumulated any moisture during the day. Ideally, you should leave your shoes to dry at room temperature (20°C) in a dry place away from any direct heat source (fireplace, radiator, stove). For your general foot hygiene, it is recommended that you treat your shoes with fungicidal and bactericidal products.
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