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Bates Debuts C3 Boot with Cross-Channel Circulation

January 29, 2010  | 


Bates' Cross Channel Circulation technology is designed to keep feet cooler and more comfortable.

Bates Footwear has introduced the C3 boot, featuring a patented technology to enhance footwear breathability.

"Bates is continuously unveiling new technologies with the goal of being a clear innovative solutions provider," says Ron Woznick, vice president and general manager of Bates Footwear. "Comfort and footwear breathability remain high priorities for the law enforcement profession. We are looking forward to seeing this new technology on the streets where it will provide noticeable comfort differences in the everyday lives of men and women in law enforcement."

The C3 joins Bates portfolio of military and uniform footwear. Designed for hardwearing comfort, the C3 boots feature patented Cross Channel Circulation technology to keep feet cooler and more comfortable.  As the wearer moves about, air is forced through the patented cross channel construction, providing enhanced breathability.

In addition to its patented Cross Channel Circulation technology, the C3 offers a durable leather and 1680 Denier nylon upper, as well as a resilient 360-degree rubber outsole that provides grip and stability. The C3 promotes additional comfort via a moisture wicking lining that manages perspiration.  The lightweight, removable insole offers strong but flexible support to ensure maximum stability.

"We're excited about the C3 and are eager to watch it provide unmatched breathability performance in a segment where footwear comfort is critical," says Woznick.

Available in men's 8-inch side zip, women's 8-inch side zip Boot, and men's 6-inch models.

Tags: Bates Footwear, Duty Boots

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