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Tan Lined Rigger Boot - S3 SRC

Tan Lined Rigger Boot - S3 SRC

Goliath

Suitable for construction, engineering & utilities. Made with tan full grain leather, warm fur lining lining, dual density injected rubber (DDR) with sports sole pattern. SRC slip resistance, open cell PU footbed and ridged rubber bump cap. Weighs 860g, which is relatively light.

Code: SDR304CSI

Goliath

£29.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£35.99 inc. VAT
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Tan Lined Rigger Boot - S3 SRC

Suitable for construction, engineering & utilities. Made with tan full grain leather, warm fur lining lining, dual density injected rubber (DDR) with sports sole pattern. SRC slip resistance, open cell PU footbed and ridged rubber bump cap. Weighs 860g, which is relatively light. Upper material:  Full Grain Tan leather. Lining:  warm fur lining for good comfort. Sole:  Dual Density Rubber (DDR) soling system for good durability and lightweight. Ridged rubber bump cap for increased durability. Side tabs for easy donning. Full length dual density PU footbed. Impact resistant steel toe cap up to 200 Joules. Stainless steel midsole. Antistatic. Oil, acid and slip resistant outsole.

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