iSB Group: EasyMax


The only safety overshoe that ticks every box

Protect the Workforce
& Save the Environment


Cost Saving


Less Plastic Waste Per Worker


Beyond SRC Standard

Property Protection

Slip Resistance



The Environmental

An engineer can use up to 9kg of plastic disposable overshoes in a year

Key Benefits of EasyMax

  • Lightweight and not cumbersome to wear
  • Very durable
  • Easy to keep clean
  • Fit tight to your footwear so very safe to wear
  • High anti-slip rated – 340% above the SRC rating

A ground breaking innovation that should have been available years ago! This product will save many businesses a lot of money.

Customer Property Protection

Contains any muck that’s been collected outside on your boots – ideal for working in a client’s premises or houses. No more costly claims for soiled carpets or scratched oak floors!

Incredible Slip Resistance

Ideal for guys going into high risk areas or on wet smooth floors. Reduce the slip accidents that you thought were unavoidable!

Increased Productivity

Provides great slip resistance inside the overshoe too… no more slipping downstairs! Now your workforce will have a lot more confidence to get their job done quickly.

Significant Cost-savings

Now consider the costs. On average, contractors in other people’s property use around 10 pairs of disposable overshoes a day. If a pair of these overshoes costs 4p then the cost per year will be around £104. EasyMax has an RRP below £30, this means you can easily save £76 per annum per worker by switching over. Start factoring in the cost of waste disposal, accident claims and down time, your saving increases. Multiply this saving by the number of your workforce and we can guarantee a worthwhile cost saving!

The Environmental Breakthrough

Consider the positive environmental impact you can make by using EasyMax. There are tons of plastic waste that will spend the rest of our lifetime clogging up landfill sites and disposable overshoe waste is not helping. EasyMax will be usable for a minimum of 12 months and when they do finally reach the end of their life, they can be disposed of with no impact to our planet!


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