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RELAXED STYLING: Perforations for breathability and a lace up front closure for relaxed fit
Feel comfortable without sacrificing performance and protection in your work day with the Fila Memory Layers slip resistant safety shoe. Where premium meets utility, the Memory Layers is constructed from durable textile and synthetic overlays to give you a dependable work shoe that meets your occupational needs. Our Fila Memory Workshift shoe features a rubber slip resistant outsole to provide traction against slick or wet surfaces. Though designed to help prevent slips, you should always exercise caution on slick surfaces.
Made with our specialized COOLMAX; fiber to absorb moisture and accelerate drying, the interior fabric ensures you can work harder while staying cool. The memory foam sockliner and midsole work in unison with the cushioned heel insert to deliver additional comfort in every step. Face your daily challenges with ease and support with built in perforations for breathability and a variable lace up front closure.
Our work shoes are designed to fulfill work in every industry. From healthcare to restaurant, to construction and industrial - when the work day gets long, Fila is there with a shoe that defies expectations to deliver another level of performance and quality design.
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