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DS/EN ISO 17708

Footwear – Test methods for whole shoe – Upper sole adhesion

inactive
Organization: DS
Publication Date: 29 August 2003
Status: inactive
Page Count: 14
ICS Code (Footwear): 61.060
scope:

This standard describes a test method for the determination of the resistance to separation of the upper from the outsole or to separate adjacent layers of the outsole or to cause tear failure of the upper or the sole is measured. It also defines conditions of ageing that can be used for production control.

Document History

July 17, 2018
Footwear – Test methods for whole shoe – Upper sole adhesion (ISO 17708:2018)
This document describes a test method for determining the resistance to separation of the upper from the outsole, for separating adjacent layers of the outsole or for causing tear failure of the...
DS/EN ISO 17708
August 29, 2003
Footwear – Test methods for whole shoe – Upper sole adhesion
This standard describes a test method for the determination of the resistance to separation of the upper from the outsole or to separate adjacent layers of the outsole or to cause tear failure of the...
Footwear – Test methods for whole shoe – Upper sole adhesion (ISO/DIS 17708:2015)
This draft standard describes a test method for the determination of the resistance to separation of the upper-sole unit outsole or to separate adjacent layers of the outsole or to cause tear failure...
Footwear - Test methods for whole shoe - Upper sole adhesion (ISO/DIS 17708:2015)
This draft standard describes a test method for the determination of the resistance to separation of the upper-sole unit outsole or to separate adjacent layers of the outsole or to cause tear failure...
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