HAIX to demonstrate its firefighter boot range at INTERSCHUTZ 2015
Published on 28 April 2015
Extra light and extra safe firefighter boot in a sports design that meets all relevant safety standards. With its new Fire Eagle, HAIX demonstrates once more its leadership when it comes to firefighter boots. With its innovative flexible sole and low height, this fashionable boot has been designed for maximum comfort. Professional rescuers appreciate the lightweight construction of the new Fire Eagle as well as the HAIX Fast Lacing Fit System.
"The Fire Eagle is so comfortable; I don't mind wearing the same boot all day long. It actually feels much more like as sports shoe," says a member of the Bavarian fire services who was among the first to test the Fire Eagle. Whoever puts on the Fire Eagle does not want to take it off anytime soon!
Fire Hero 2 also to be on display at the exhibition stand
The Fire Eagle is in a way the small, slightly swifter brother of the Fire Hero 2. This top model from HAIX will of course also be on display at the exhibition stand of HAIX, as will the sports boots of the Black Eagle range, such as the Black Eagle Adventure designed for leisure and outdoor pursuits, or the sporty Black Eagle Safety made for professionals in all walks of life. "Our stand will once again be the highlight of the INTERSCHUTZ trade fair," promises HAIX CEO Ewald Haimerl, remembering the glorious days of Leipzig 2010 when more than 40,000 visitors came to meet the HAIX people at the world's largest industry event for fire departments and rescue services.
At this year's event in Hanover, HAIX will entertain its visitors on an area of 800 square metres on two separate levels. Exciting pictures and videos of the World of HAIX will be shown on the largest exhibition TV display ever. Live on stage, Tracy Williams known as the rock lady of HAIX in North America will perform her latest songs. And HAIX has of course many more great surprises in store that make a visit to its stand at the INTERSCHUTZ 2015 in Hanover a must.
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