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Rock Fall Texas II Non-Metallic Rigger Boot - S3 HI CI WR HRO SRC

Rock Fall Texas II Non-Metallic Rigger Boot - S3 HI CI WR HRO SRC

Rock Fall

Premium specification rigger boot with oil tanned leather uppers and generous fit around toe area. Cold insulation certified to - 17°C. Waterproof and breathable Activ-Tex lining. Padded ankle support with flexi-collar for comfort. Anti-fatigue EVA footbed. Rubber kick off protector and brushed rubber scuff cap for durability. FORCE 10 nitrile rubber outsole for grip and abrasion resistance. Pierce resistant non-metallic midsole.

Code: RF70

Rock Fall

£56.95 Pair (ex. VAT)

£68.34 inc. VAT
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Rock Fall Texas II Non-Metallic Rigger Boot - S3 HI CI WR HRO SRC

Conforms to EN 20345: 2011 200 Joules S3 WR HRO HI CI SRC.
Premium specification rigger boot with oil tanned leather uppers and generous fit around toe area. Cold insulation certified to - 17°C.  Waterproof and breathable Activ-Tex lining.  Padded ankle support with flexi-collar for comfort.  Anti-fatigue EVA footbed.  Rubber kick off protector and brushed rubber scuff cap for durability.  FORCE 10 nitrile rubber outsole for grip and abrasion resistance. Pierce resistant non-metallic midsole. Colour: Brown.


Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Rock Fall
Manufacturer Code TEXAS RF07

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