Footwear manufacturer releases new shoe with CoreTemp Technology
In October 2020, HYTEST Safety Footwear is debuting a limited early release of their new Charge Waterproof Hiker: a new industrial style that finds a balance between waterproof needs and all-day breathability.
The FootRests 2.0 Charge Hiker, which will officially launch in spring 2021, features abrasion-resistant TecTuff material, a caged lacing system, athletic appeal, a lightweight Xergy anti-fatigue foam midsole to absorb shock and return energy, the FootHolds oil and slip-resistant outsole and the new CoreTemp Temperature Control Lining Technology.
The lining absorbs heat to create a cooling effect and releases the stored heat energy to warm. The continuous cycle manages temperature 24/7 to maintain all-day comfort.
“We are excited to introduce the temperature regulating technology to our FootRests 2.0 platform,” said Matt Gould, HYTEST product manager. “This boot is a standout with the athletic appeal but the CoreTemp Technology brings it to the next level of comfort.”
The full launch will be on Feb. 15, 2021.