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Reduced Peak First Base Bump Cap - Navy

Reduced Peak First Base Bump Cap - Navy

Scott Safety

Scott First Base bump cap with reduced peak and side mesh ventilation. Provides excellent protection against bumps and knocks, with a short peak to compliment your personal style. Impact absorbing spine. Top-of-head ventilation and micro-perforated sides. "Flexible" shell for secure fit and added comfort. Wicking sweatband. Machine washable. Elasticated adjustment strap to fit wide range of head sizes (52-65cm).

Code: 687751


Scott Safety

£12.19 Each (ex. VAT)

£14.63 inc. VAT
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Reduced Peak First Base Bump Cap - Navy

Scott First Base bump cap with reduced peak and side mesh ventilation. Provides excellent protection against bumps and knocks, with a short peak to compliment your personal style. Impact absorbing spine. Top-of-head ventilation and micro-perforated sides. "Flexible" shell for secure fit and added comfort. Wicking sweatband. Machine washable. Elasticated adjustment strap to fit wide range of head sizes (52-65cm).

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