‘Justin’ – Comfortable Nursing Trainer with Air Unit
- Lace-up ultra-comfortable nursing trainer style shoe for men
- CE marked and EN-tested CE EN 20347
- Anti-static with ESD (Electrostatic Dissipation)
- Exceptional Grip with ‘OxyGrip ‘slip-resistance to the highest level SRC
- Breathable mesh lining
- Anatomic removable SJ Comfort insole
- The ‘Air-unit’ in the heel guarantees optimal shock absorption properties
- Wipe clean upper
The Justin is an ultra-comfortable nursing trainer for men with an air unit for added cushioning. At first glance, the Justin looks like a standard mesh trainer, however, on closer inspection you will see that the mesh effect is printed on, and these are a solid shoe, which is fully-compliant, and cleanable by cloth.
Designed specifically for those who spend long periods on their feet at work. Perfect for any industry where people work on their feet, for example; nursing, hospitality, catering and cleaning. The memory foam insole and shock absorption make them perfect for any job that involves prolonged standing.
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*Here at PLS we understand the importance of wearing the correct size of shoe both for comfort and foot health. All our shoes are manufactured in EU sizes, though the UK equivalent is available through our size chart. If you have any concerns or queries related to sizing, please contact us for further advice.
Would you like to know about professional footwear more before making a choice? You may find one of the following blog articles useful:
What are the best professional shoes for your needs? Click here to read our ‘What are the best nursing shoes for you?’ blog to find out more.
What makes safety & occupational footwear different from regular shoes? Click here to read our ‘Safety & Occupational Footwear Explained’ blog to find out more.
Why is slip resistance important? Click here to read our ‘Slip Resistance Explained’ blog to find out more.
Do you need Anti-static or ESD? Click here to read our ‘Anti-static & ESD Explained’ blog to find out more.