Liberty has been the pioneer in the safety shoes market for over a decade and its lead brand 'Warrior', has earned recognition from across the globe. With a wide range of products with unique safety features like, genuine leather, Steel Midsole, Steel toe cap, Superior fabric, dual density sole, antistatic stroble insole and shock absorbing, oil resistant, water proof, all weather friendly, electric shock proof shoes, Warrior is suited to every industry that wants safety for its workforce. The product range offered by Warrior ensures maximum long term safety and comfort for every organization.
Foreseeing the huge growing need for an economical Institutional Safety Shoes, Liberty has successfully invested its technical capabilities and brand popularity, to make sure that workforces around the world are able to function confidently and comfortably. The latest addition in the segment, 'Fighter' from Liberty promises robust quality and reliability at an affordable price which ensure safety and comfort to the workforce that works under strenuous and hazardous working conditions.
All safety shoes under brand Fighter are ISI certified and are manufactured as per Euro safety norms, EN IS-20345, IS 15298, certified by PFI, Germany and approved by FDDI India, ensuring the highest standards of safety, durability and comfort, making it ideal for any challenging environment.
Speaking about this new addition in their safety shoes portfolio, Mr. Adesh Gupta, CEO, Liberty Shoes Ltd., said, "The workforce which builds a better tomorrow not only requires, but deserves footwear which protects them besides comfort. India has a huge market for institutional shoes and we aim to serve this segment with our new and affordable range of safety gear. The unrelenting focus placed on high quality has led Liberty's institutional shoes to earn recognition in the most stringent organizations of the world, including Defense, Automobiles, Construction etc. Liberty shoes have been awarded with globally recognized certifications and approvals and we hope to meet the requirement of institutional shoes in India".