- Made in Canada
- Revolutionary Ambidextrous Design
- CSA Z195-09 Certified
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!!
I am a real estate agent and am constantly walking around hazards on new residential builds, and it is good to have the added protection that these insoles provide. They are so comfortable I usually forget to put my original insoles back in when I leave. - Bob from Cincinatti
Before we talk about the Steel-Flex Insoles, let me preface this entire post with the fact that in my lifetime, I have had three nails go through my feet and one sharp piece of rusted steel go through my shoes and cut the bottom of my foot pretty badly.That’s right…3…in through the bottom and out the top….3 […]- BrookfieldAngler.com Steel-Flex Review
I run a fishing and ranch business in Wyoming and my feet are very important to both businesses. Since using the steelflex insoles, I have the assurance that I need to know that my feet are protected in rubber boots from rusty nails, rogue pieces of steel, and other items that would normally puncture my […] - Jeramie Prine – Dunoir Fishing Adventures
I have been wanting to try the Steel Flex Puncture Resistant Insoles for a while but we have had a ton of snow here and I haven’t been able to get out lately. But the weather recently turned nice and I needed to get out a put out several mineral lick sites for the whitetails, […] - Deerhuntingbigbucks.com Steel-Flex Review
I wore your insoles for the better part of the hunting season last year in my Muck rubber boots. 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. The one thing I […] - Marc Alberto – NYBowhunter.com