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Other Sports - 07. August 2008.

UK Gear and the British Army join forces to launch extreme climate training shoes

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UK Gear launch two unique training shoes designed to withstand some of the world’s harshest environments.


Designed and developed in association with The British Army Physical Training Corps (APTC), the PT-03 DESERT survived final wear testing in the extreme heat of Afghanistan whilst the PT-03 WINTER was put through its paces in Norway. This ensured that they’re built to survive some of the world’s most extreme temperatures and adverse weather conditions.


These unique shoes have now earned the right to bear the famous British Army ‘crossed swords’ insignia.

in association with The British Army. The PT-03 NC and GT-02 soon followed, with each of the shoes becoming essential pieces of kit for military personnel across the world.

David Hinde, Founder of UK Gear said: “At UK Gear we build our performance footwear to be tough and that’s why we develop our products in association with some of the most physically demanding people on the planet, the British Army Physical Training Corps.


These elite fitness professionals are involved in every stage of the development of our products and test them in some of the harshest conditions on earth. Only when the Army have approved them do we consider our products ‘built to survive’.”

PT-03 DESERT and PT-03 WINTER shoes are now being distributed to Army Physical Training Corps instructors around the world and will join UK Gear’s range of performance shoes which are fast becoming the training shoe of choice for military personnel and true fitness consumers worldwide.
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