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Chaud Devant and MICHELIN® Technical Soles have created trendy footwear based on an Italian design, developed especially for chefs. The water-repellent leather, non-slip sole and aluminum protective toecap make these shoes perfect for in the kitchen. The insole is made with Cambrelle® and 3 mm Poron® performance cushioning. The shoe is Class S2, SRC tested and approved in accordance with the EN ISO 20345:2011 safety standard. These shoes should be used on smooth kitchen floors only.
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Aside from chef jackets, bib aprons, pants and hats, we felt it was time for something new. And what was still missing from our collection? Chef footwear! Together with MICHELIN® Technical Soles, Chaud Devant took on a new challenge: to develop safe, comfortable and modern footwear for chefs for use in the kitchen and restaurant.
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BIANCA VAN DER LEE WINS AMSTERDAM ENTREPRENEUR AWARDS

Bianca van der Lee of Chaud Devant has won the 10th edition of the Amsterdam Entrepreneur Awards 2017. Van der Lee started in her student days with a one-man business in Amsterdam and now conquers the world with trendy chef's clothing. In ten years she is the first female entrepreneur to win this award. Read The Whole Story

PARTNERSHIP WITH MICHELIN®

We are pleased to announce that Chaud Devant is now one of the official suppliers of the 2018 MICHELIN guide launch events in Great-Britain & Ireland, Germany, Belgium & Luxembourg and The Netherlands. In recognition of the starred chefs and those who are inspired by their talent, the Dutch company Chaud Devant has joined forces with Michelin with its in-depth expertise in advanced ground control to create a new safety shoe equipped with a Michelin technical sole. Read The Whole Story

FIRST FISH FIRST

During their traineeship in Tokyo, Rudi van Beylen and Filip Claeys saw how selfish their Japanese colleagues could be. Fish of lesser quality is exported and the best fish is kept for themselves. Filip, who grew up in a fishing family, immediately saw how crazy it is to send second-rate fish to the other side of the world, especially to a country on the North Sea. Read The Whole Story