With reference to the risks associated with the feet, there are specific standards that establish the characteristics that the foot must meet. protective footwear depending on the work to be done. Working outdoors is not the same as working indoors, in cold, humid, slippery areas or on floors that give off heat.

Once the risks of the work to be carried out have been defined Conapro offers you a wide catalog of safety footwear that will adapt to your needs.

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S3 with sock-type last. Aluminum toe.

Boot water
extra light

Fiberglass toe cap
Non-slip sole resistant to heat contact up to 300 ºC


S1 P. Aluminum toe cap. Super light, comfortable, BREATHABLE

First one Dunlop boot

S3 with membrane


In order to offer the best solution, CONAPRO has the support and service of the best and most recognized manufacturers from the sector who collaborate and work with us to obtain solutions to all demands Go ahead and ask us to find what you need!

  • EN ISO 20344:2012 Personal protective equipment. Test methods for footwear
  • EN ISO 20345:2022 Individual protection equipment. Security shoes
  • EN ISO 20346:2014 Personal protection equipment. Protective footwear
  • EN ISO 20347:2013 Personal protection equipment. Work shoes
  • EN ISO 17249:2014 Safety footwear resistant to cutting by chain saw
  • EN 13832-1:2019 Protective footwear against chemicals. Part 1: Terminology and test methods
  • EN 15090:2012 Firefighters footwear
  • EN 50321:2000 Electricity insulating footwear for work in low voltage installations



1. The UNE-EN ISO 20345:2022 standard includes a new requirement: the sliding test on tiles with detergent becomes mandatory (former SRA)
2. SRA, SRB and SRC certifications are eliminated. Instead, the SR marking will be used if the footwear passes the slip resistance test on a ceramic tile with glycerin (which test will be optional).
3. In the new puncture resistance test, the size of the punch used in the tests varies (3 or 4.5 mm.) Depending on this size, it will be identified as PS or PL for textile insole and P for steel. 
4. The WRU (water penetration resistant) marking is eliminated and is renamed WPA.
5. Two new specific protection classes (S6 and S7) have been added that include the mandatory full shoe waterproofing feature, WR.
6. The F0 marking (resistance of the sole to contact with hydrocarbons) becomes an optional test at all protection levels.
7. A third class of footwear is established: hybrid, which is one in which the upper part is class I and the lower part of the cut is class II.
8. Protection levels S6, S7 and S1P have different sublevels depending on the type of anti-puncture insole. (Sun)