TredFlex, known for its 3D technology comfort system offers a wide range of footwear from formal wear to office wear and casual styles. Now, it is launching a new range of non-safety shoes and boots that look as good on site as they do in the boardroom.
The new range, which still includes the 3D technology comfort system inside, see the rubber sole being replaced with a hardwearing, durable and tough, PVC nitrol sole that is perfect for those whose daily working lives aren't spent in just one place.
Lindsey Robertson, Product Manager at TredFlex, which is based near Kettering, said: "We've been going for less than a year online but the ranges are proving really successful and customers have been keen to give us their feedback on what they'd like to see in addition to what we already offer.
"A lot of people have said they need something that can stand up to heavy wear and tear when they're out on site, maybe visiting clients premises where a tougher shoe is needed, but also looks good when they're in the office environment.
"We're keen to listen, because that's the way to make sure we're giving our clients what they want, and so we've developed a range of non-safety shoes and boots that hopefully will fill that gap."
The TredFlex range includes premium leather shoes and boots that are stylish and high quality but available at affordable prices. Another recent addition to the range, again after listening to customer feedback, is a new brogue in leather and suede that has a crepe, desert boot-style sole.
Lindsey Robertson said: "We're just developing the new range now but it will be smart and stylish but a little more casual than the traditional work shoe.
"We're finalising pricing for the new ranges at the moment, but they certainly be comparable with the current TredFlex ranges, which is a very reasonable price range given the materials, the quality and the comfort of the shoe. Customers appreciate getting what is a high-end product without the high-end price tag."
For more information, visit the website www.tredflex.co.uk
Source: Business Times 4th January 2017