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Timberland Splitrock Pro Gaucho Safety Boot - S3 HRO SRB

Timberland Splitrock Pro Gaucho Safety Boot - S3 HRO SRB

Timberland PRO Series

Premium full grain leather upper minimizes break-in time. Water resistant. Maximum comfort all day long. Gusseted tongue keeps out dirt & debris. Cemented sole construction & Timberland PRO® Nitrile rubber outsole ensures: Slip resistance, Heat resistance up to 300°C, High resistance to fuel oil, Excellent shock absorption, Optimal abrasion resistance, Flexing resistance. Colour: Brown. Sizes: 5 - 12.

Code: 6201043

Timberland PRO Series

£98.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£118.43 inc. VAT
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Timberland Splitrock Pro Gaucho Safety Boot - S3 HRO SRB

Premium full grain leather upper minimizes break-in time. Water resistant. Maximum comfort all day long. Gusseted tongue keeps out dirt & debris. Cemented sole construction & Timberland PRO® Nitrile rubber outsole ensures: Slip resistance, Heat resistance up to 300°C, High resistance to fuel oil, Excellent shock absorption, Optimal abrasion resistance, Flexing resistance. Colour: Brown. Sizes: 5 - 12

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Manufacturer TIMBERLAND
Manufacturer Code SPLITROCK

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