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Dr Martens Work 0012 Shoe - S1P SRC HRO

Dr Martens Work 0012 Shoe - S1P SRC HRO

Dr Martens

Steel toe. Slip resistant. Puncture resistant midsole. Anti-static. Heat resistant outsole up to 300°C. Upper: Industrial corrected full grain leather and coated split leather. Padded tongue and mesh padded collar.

Code: 14130001

Dr Martens

£69.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£83.63 inc. VAT
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Dr Martens Work 0012 Shoe - S1P SRC HRO

A perfect multi-purpose safety boot with a full grain leather upper, anti-static construction, steel puncture resistant midsole and a Smartmask PU cushioned footbed. Standard: EN ISO 20345:2011 S1 P SRC HRO. Steel toe. Slip resistant. Puncture resistant midsole. Anti-static. Heat resistant outsole up to 300°C. Upper: Industrial corrected full grain leather and coated split leather. Padded tongue and mesh padded collar. Safety toe cap which conforms to and exceeds European Standard. Hardware: Heavy duty metal eyelets. Laces: Industrial strength cord laces. Lining: Breathable mesh lining. Footbed/Insole: Removable anti-static Smartmask® PU-cushioned footbed. Outsole: Cemented sole with PU midsole and rubber outsole. Steel puncture resistant midsole. Construction: Cemented. Slip Rating: SRC. Construction: The sole is cemented to the upper. Material: A smooth-finished, full-grain leather combined with a coated, split leather. Sole: New hardwearing Rubber outsole combined with cushioned polyurethane midsole. Slip-resistant with a high degree of oil and abrasion resistance. Energy absorbing heel strike area.

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Manufacturer Dr Martens
Manufacturer Code 14130001

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