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RF610 Honeystone BOA Safety Honey Boot, S3 HI HRO WR SRC

RF610 Honeystone BOA Safety Honey Boot, S3 HI HRO WR SRC

Rock Fall

100% non-metallic, with protective toecap and midsole, Honeystone is robust and developed with specialist durability materials including FORCE10® components, a Moisture-tech by Sympatex® waterproof membrane, IMPACT SHIELD™ and BOA® Fit System.

Code: 692912


Rock Fall

£119.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£143.99 inc. VAT
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RF610 Honeystone BOA Safety Honey Boot, S3 HI HRO WR SRC

Anti-static 100% non-metalic. Oil resistant, protective midsole and toecap. Water repellent upper and waterproof membrane. Heat resistant outsole to 300degrees. Internal digging plat and ladder grip.
Upper: Water repellent honey nubuck and BOA® Fit System
Protective: Protective fibreglass toecap and composite anti-penetration flexi-midsole
Lining: Moisture-tech by Sympatex® waterproof and breathable bootie membrane - tested for 100 hours (74 times longer than EN requirement)
Outsole: FORCE10® scuff cap and solid nitrile rubber outsole - tested to extraordinary abrasion, heat and cold performance levels
Footbed: Ortholite® climate breathable footbed with IMPACT SHIELD™ shock reducing internal digging plate
EN ISO 20345:2011 S3 HI HRO WR SRC

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Rock Fall
Manufacturer Code RF610

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