Safety gayter with PVC splints, 2 snaps and velcro closure – SRO 270

The Sayro safety shin guard is designed to protect against injuries, welding, and to prevent venomous animal bites in the lower leg region. It is an essential piece of equipment for safety.

Code: 250478


Leggings are essential to protect users’ legs in challenging environments. SAYRO leggings offer protection against abrasive, scorching, and thermal agents from welding operations and similar processes, helping minimize serious injuries. Additionally, we are the only manufacturer certified by an accredited laboratory, which has a report proving effectiveness in protection against venomous animal bites. Recognized for quality, protection, comfort, durability, and preservation of mobility, our leggings provide safety and peace of mind in your work journey.


As it is a PPE, it is for personal and non-transferable use.
Protection is limited to the coverage area of the PPE.
The user’s safety with this garment must be supplemented, according to occupational exposure and activity risk, with the use of other PPE.
It should be discarded in case of perforations or damages that hinder protection.
It should be used with the knowledge and approval of the areas of Hygiene, Safety, and Occupational Medicine or the responsible person in the company.
The PPE loses its protective characteristics when the user does not follow the manual instructions correctly.
It should be kept in a cool, clean, and dry place, avoiding moisture and exposure to contaminants.


Shin guard made of high-quality bidim.
Made with two layers of synthetic laminate.
Coffee brown standard color.
Has 03 PVC talas on the front to minimize impacts.
The toe is fixed by electronic welding to protect the metatarsus (forefoot).
Has 02 buckle closures on the sides.
Edge closure is made by bias in synthetic material.
Full closure with Velcro.


– Approval certificate no. 14750.
– ISO 11611:2015 Standard.
– Report no. EPI 9024/19.
– Shin guard offers protection to the user’s legs against snake bites (venomous animals and ophidians).
– Test conducted by FUNED – Ezequiel Dias Foundation of Belo Horizonte/MG.
– PPE not approved against electric arc, sudden fire, and firefighting.



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