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PENNYMOOR Yellow Hi-Vis Poly/Cotton Ladies Cargo Trousers ISO 20471 Cl 2

PENNYMOOR Yellow Hi-Vis Poly/Cotton Ladies Cargo Trousers ISO 20471 Cl 2

Leo Workwear

These yellow, durable trousers feature triple stitched main seams and water/ stain repellent finish. Cargo style leg pockets, back patch pocket and internal knee pad pockets. Metal button fastener, side waist elastic and YKK brass zip fly for better fit. 80% Polyester, 20% Cotton. 7 belt loops. Conforms to specification: ISO 20471 Class 2 and GO/RT 3279.

Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

Code: 494563


Leo Workwear

£27.65 Pair (ex. VAT)

£33.18 inc. VAT
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PENNYMOOR Yellow Hi-Vis Poly/Cotton Ladies Cargo Trousers ISO 20471 Cl 2

These durable trousers feature triple-stitched arms and water/ stain repellent finish. Cargo style leg pockets, back patch pocket and internal knee pad pockets. Metal button fastener, side waist elastic and YKK brass zip fly for a better fit. 80% Polyester, 20% Cotton. 7 belt loops. Conforms to specification: ISO 20471 Class 2 and GO/RT 3279.

Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

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Manufacturer Leo Workwear
Manufacturer Code CL01-Y

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