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Henri Lloyd Deck 2008 Grip Profile II Trainer

by Media on 21 May 2008
Henri Lloyd 2008 Deck Grip Profile II Henri Lloyd . www.henrilloyd.com
Henri Lloyd's heritage in the marine footwear industry has produced the some of the most innovative and highest quality marine footwear available to date. New for 2008, Henri Lloyd has introduced the Deck Grip Profile II - this trainer delivers all the features required in a high performance trainer, plus a few additional benefits and is also the 'hero' product within the footwear range.

The upper part of the Deck Grip Profile II is constructed from non-absorbent reinforced synthetic materials, which are breathable and quick drying. The midsole have been designed to reflect a more modern sailing shoe whilst also offering the benefits of increased shock absorbency and stability. Other features included a speed lace system and a padded tongue for increased comfort.

All of Henri Lloyd's sailing trainers have been designed to provide sailors with a durable, lightweight, fast draining and breathable product, whilst also offering high levels of comfort.

As with all marine footwear, the importance of grip is fundamental, therefore the Henri Lloyd's award wining outsole design which features sticky rubber and a razor cut sole with interconnecting water dispersal channels has been incorporated to offer the highest level of slip resistance and grip properties.

Henri Lloyd's footwear range is designed with performance and comfort in mind, using the latest materials and innovative designs combined with quality and detailed construction required for the varied sailing conditions. All the structural components within the footwear design have been selected for their low moisture absorption, fast drying, fast draining and strong grip/non slip properties, resulting in a range with new and innovative features, which deliver optimum performance, fit and sports footwear comfort.

Remember correct footwear selection can make a huge difference to a sailor's comfort and performance; this is vital for the wearer's confidence, safety and agility on board.

Colours: Navy, Light Grey/Carbon, Carbon/Light

Sizes: UK 3-12, EU 36-47, USA 4-13

Price: £55


Full range can be seen at www.henrilloyd.com
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