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Durability is always a concern when buying new slip resistant shoes. This post gives an idea of how long you can expect your shoes to last, as well as some ways to make your work shoes last longer.
At SR Max, we believe you deserve a choice when it comes to slip resistant shoes. If you prefer a low-profile sneaker to a traditional athletic, you should be able to choose from multiple styles. If you want a white … Continue reading
The recently relased study titled “Factors associated with use of slip-resistant shoes in US limited-service restaurant workers” examines the determinants of slip resistant shoe use. One of the things they considered was demographics, and which groups were most or least … Continue reading
A common question we hear is whether a regular sneaker can made into a slip resistant shoe, using a spray or pad or adhesive or some other method. The short answer is “no”, and this post debunks a number of … Continue reading
There are several types of tests for slip resistance, this post explains what they are, how they are executed and how to understand what the results mean for the average person.
Have you ever slipped while wearing slip resistant shoes? If you work in healthcare, food service, waitstaffing, grocery or any other industry with slick flooring this has undoubtedly happened before. Does this mean that slip resistant shoes don’t work? Absolutely … Continue reading
Few things are as frustrating as when slip resistant shoes fall apart at work. Here are some tips for knowing when it’s time to throw out your work shoes and get a new pair, before they fall apart and leave … Continue reading
The difference between a typical shoe and a slip resistant shoe lies in two facets: material and design. This post explains these differences and highlights why a basketball shoe is not slip resistant.