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Engelbert Strauss Kastra II Mid S3 safety boots

€184.99
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Color
  • Black
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Size
46
41
42
43
44
45
46
Size Guide

Don't know how to pick up the right size? Check our size table!



SIZESOLE LENGTH [CM]MAX. FOOT LENGTH [CM]
36 24,9 24,4
37 25,2 24,7
38 25,7 25,2
39 26 25,5
40 26,3 25,8
41 27 26,5
42 27,7 27,2
43 28,6 28,1
44 29 28,5
45 30 29,5
46 30,8 30,3
47 31,2 30,7



Our sizing tips

Remember, if you miss the correct size, you can always return the purchased products to us and you have up to 101 days * to do so! Take advantage of the easy return via the website quick returns or send us the returned product on your own.

Important when choosing the size of clothing

How to measure yourself in the chest? Use a tailor's tape measure to measure the circumference of the fullest part of the chest. Take the measurement in underwear, a thin T-shirt, etc. - a thick sweatshirt may distort the result.

How to measure yourself at the waist? Forget about measuring with a tape measure, unfortunately it will not work. Take a tailor's tape measure and measure the circumference of your waist where you usually wear pants. Check whether the trousers you are viewing have waist adjustments or an elastic waist system and take this into account when measuring and selecting the sizes.

How to measure yourself in the hips? Some manufacturers give an additional value in the size charts - this is the circumference of the hips. Use a tailor's tape measure to measure the circumference at its widest point. Take the measurement in underwear - trousers, e.g. with holster pockets, may distort the result.

How to measure the length of the leg? Lay your pants flat and measure the distance from the crotch to the bottom of the leg with a tape measure or tape measure. Remember the result and compare it with the leg lengths shown in the table. This way you will decide whether to choose a standard, short or extended size.

Important when choosing the size of shoes

For work shoes where we spend most of the day, choosing the right size is especially important. Here are our tips:

Put on the sock that you will wear with your shoes (especially if you use thicker socks, e.g. hiking socks), then place your foot on an A4 sheet of paper placed on the floor and outline its shape. Compare the length of the section between the edge of the heel and the farthest toe with the manufacturer's size chart.

Note that the toecap in work shoes reduces the possibility of the shoe 'shattering'.

The time of measurement is also important - in the evening the rate is higher than in the morning, so we recommend measuring at the end of the working day.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEASURING THE FEET

If you have doubts about how to measure your foot, you can use our measurement formula, which you can find by clicking on the link above "foot measurement instructions". Most often, thanks to these steps, our clients manage to choose the perfect size.

Size Guide

Don't know how to pick up the right size? Check our size table!



SIZESOLE LENGTH [CM]MAX. FOOT LENGTH [CM]
36 24,9 24,4
37 25,2 24,7
38 25,7 25,2
39 26 25,5
40 26,3 25,8
41 27 26,5
42 27,7 27,2
43 28,6 28,1
44 29 28,5
45 30 29,5
46 30,8 30,3
47 31,2 30,7



Our sizing tips

Remember, if you miss the correct size, you can always return the purchased products to us and you have up to 101 days * to do so! Take advantage of the easy return via the website quick returns or send us the returned product on your own.

Important when choosing the size of clothing

How to measure yourself in the chest? Use a tailor's tape measure to measure the circumference of the fullest part of the chest. Take the measurement in underwear, a thin T-shirt, etc. - a thick sweatshirt may distort the result.

How to measure yourself at the waist? Forget about measuring with a tape measure, unfortunately it will not work. Take a tailor's tape measure and measure the circumference of your waist where you usually wear pants. Check whether the trousers you are viewing have waist adjustments or an elastic waist system and take this into account when measuring and selecting the sizes.

How to measure yourself in the hips? Some manufacturers give an additional value in the size charts - this is the circumference of the hips. Use a tailor's tape measure to measure the circumference at its widest point. Take the measurement in underwear - trousers, e.g. with holster pockets, may distort the result.

How to measure the length of the leg? Lay your pants flat and measure the distance from the crotch to the bottom of the leg with a tape measure or tape measure. Remember the result and compare it with the leg lengths shown in the table. This way you will decide whether to choose a standard, short or extended size.

Important when choosing the size of shoes

For work shoes where we spend most of the day, choosing the right size is especially important. Here are our tips:

Put on the sock that you will wear with your shoes (especially if you use thicker socks, e.g. hiking socks), then place your foot on an A4 sheet of paper placed on the floor and outline its shape. Compare the length of the section between the edge of the heel and the farthest toe with the manufacturer's size chart.

Note that the toecap in work shoes reduces the possibility of the shoe 'shattering'.

The time of measurement is also important - in the evening the rate is higher than in the morning, so we recommend measuring at the end of the working day.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEASURING THE FEET

If you have doubts about how to measure your foot, you can use our measurement formula, which you can find by clicking on the link above "foot measurement instructions". Most often, thanks to these steps, our clients manage to choose the perfect size.

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Engelbert Strauss Kastra II Mid S3 are shoes designed for heavy tasks. Made of solid CORDURA® material, which is resistant to abrasion and damage. The shoes are windproof and waterproof thanks to the Dryplexx® membrane.

Engelbert Strauss Kastra II Mid S3 product features:

  • made of a combination of durable Cordura® material,
  • BOA Fit system quick lacing system,
  • steel toe cap,
  • reinforced with rubber elements in places exposed to damage,
  • windproof and waterproof thanks to the Dryplexx membrane,
  • breathable mesh lining,
  • anti-puncture metal insert,
  • biocage® midsole for excellent comfort and abrasion resistance,
  • SRC sole - anti-slip with self-cleaning tread,
  • the sole is antistatic, resistant to temperatures up to approx. 200° C,
  • meets the requirements of the EN 20435 S3 standard,
  • product code: 93964.

Engelbert Strauss Kastra II Mid S3 - no laces no problem

High shoes for people who shudder at the thought of tying their shoes. The new rotary clasp technology is something that users of Engelbert Strauss products will like. The shoes are unfastened by lifting the knob. This immediately loosens the steel cables and allows you to easily remove your foot from the shoe. They enable you to put on and take off the product with one hand. Perfect, stepless fit, no pressure points, easy to put on and take off, these are the features that distinguish Engelbert Strauss Kastra Mid work shoes from the competition.

Engelbert Strauss Kastra Mid S3 - tough boots for work

Shoes with a steel toe and a metal insert in the sole that protects against nail piercing. The product is waterproof, windproof and breathable thanks to the dryplexx membrane. The footwear is made of microfiber and durable Cordura. The model has a breathable mesh lining. Removable insert with excellent moisture absorption. The shoes are also ideal for people wearing insoles - it is possible to place additional orthopedic overlays (sole). Biocage midsole provides excellent flexibility, stability and absorption. Wear-resistant sole made of rubber, SRC compliant. With a self-cleaning profile. The sole is also antistatic, resistant to fuel and high temperatures up to approx. 200° C.

Product Details

9999001351475

Data sheet

Footwear protection class
S3
Toe cap
Steel
Material
Mixed materials
Anti-puncture insert
Yes
Fitting system
BOA
Waterproof membrane
Yes
BOA type
M4
Standard
SRC
Weight of 1 shoe, size 42 (g)

Returns FAQ:

1. Do you offer free returns?

Yes you can return product using free return label or send your parcel to our natonal warehouse in your country.

2. How can I exchange my product?

Well the best way is to just purchase the one you like and shipp back the item that you don't like. We do not "exchange" products.

3. How long I have to wait to be refunded?

Usually we need 3-4 days to refund your order. Please be sure you filled in and attached your return form. It will make a huge difference for processing your refund.

4. Do I need original invoice to return my order?

Sure you do not! As long as you have an order number, return form or any other identifier for your order we will find you and we will refund you!

Warranty FAQ:

  • What is the warranty for my order? 24 months.
  • When will I get an answer for my warranty claim? No longer than 14 days.
  • Do I need an invoice or receipt to file a claim? No.
  • Do I need to send product to Baltic Workwear? No. Most of claims we do via our electronic system. All you need to do is provide us good quality pictures of product. 
  • Do I pay for warranty procedure? No. It is free.
  • Do I need an original box? No.