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Blauer Releases New 4-Inch Strike Shoe

October 08, 2015  | 

Photo: Blauer
Photo: Blauer

Blauer has announced that its new 4-inch Strike shoe is now in stock and available through participating authorized distributors and online at blauer.com.

The Strike shoe builds upon Blauer’s successful line of footwear for law enforcement, fire, and emergency medical services professionals, heeding their call for a lower-ankle option for everyday use. 

Blauer says the Strike has been carefully engineered to take the best features of tactical boots and distill them down into a high-comfort option for those looking for EMS shoes, station footwear, or everyday use in law enforcement outside of their full-height police boots.

The company says the Strike shoe's patented BOA lacing system ensures a custom fit every day, throughout the day, no matter what work entails.  Breathable upper material is utilized in key locations to reduce overheating, and a flexible but durable sole allows the wearer full range of motion while still ensuring stability and grip in a variety of conditions.

Reception for the shoe has already been highly positive, with one reviewer stating “"I just picked up a pair of the new Strike shoes. I am here to tell you that after two weeks of use, they are the most comfortable work shoe I've ever owned. The new lacing system is amazing and allows me to twist up and roll.  They are good looking and are nice enough to wear with any type of uniform on any patrol. The Blauer boys have done it again. Thanks for making great innovative items for the first responders.”

The Strike shoe is available in regular and wide widths in sizes ranging from men’s 7 to men’s 15, and in regular width women’s sizes from size 5 to size 10.  For more information, visit http://www.blauer.com/strike.

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