- Manufactured in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
- Revolutionary Ambidextrous Design
- CSA Z195-09 Certified
- The safest, most hygienic way to protect your visitor's feet
- Over 50 years of safety footwear experience
- The industries leading steel plate technology
- A CSA Category Certified factory
PROTECTING YOU…SINCE ’62!
Swenco Limited has been a leader in the Safety Footwear Component Industry for close to 50 years and we have continually built high quality, Canadian made products.
Steel-Flex Protective Products are made at an ISO 17025 and CSA Category Certified factory.
Swenco Limited was built on innovation and that trend continues today, whether it is with state-of-the-art automation in our factory or with continually pushing the envelope of what a safety component should be.
We are pleased to announce the first of our Steel-Flex Protective Products…the Steel-Flex Insole!!
Dean Pilgrim Steel-Flex Insole Review
Jeramie Prine – Dunoir Fishing Adventures
BrookfieldAngler.com Steel-Flex Review
I have been wearing them in my everyday shoes for about a month at this point in time. When I first got them, I was surprised at how light they were. When you think of the name "Steel-Flex", you pretty much assume that they are going to be heavy so the lightness was a pleasant surprise."
Marc Alberto – NYBowhunter.com
They were very comfortable and I never seemed to notice I actually had a thin piece of metal under my foot. I would wear a set of insoles like this early season."
"Thanks for the chance to review your product."
Deerhuntingbigbucks.com Steel-Flex Review
Windknots & Tangled Lines Steel-Flex Insole Review
"You see, I've got sissy feet.They weren't born that way, but grew to be that way from diabetes. This means that my feet are tender and cut easy. The resulting cuts play havoc on an honest pair of feet...getting infected easily which could end up with the loss of said feet or leg.
This worries me all the time because I'm always stepping into something unpleasant like broken glass, metal cans and old nails. And quite honestly, even wearing shoes hurts my feet."
Windknots & Tangled Lines