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Dr Martens Brace Brown Boot

Dr Martens Brace Brown Boot

Dr Martens

The Brace ST is a multi-purpose work boot.

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£78.89 Pair (ex. VAT)

£94.67 inc. VAT
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Dr Martens Brace Brown Boot

The Brace ST is a multi-purpose work boot. Featuring an Durable full grain leather with a classic oiled finish this style is perfect for for a range of utility, DIY and work tasks. A steel toe cap, padded collar and tongue ensure great wearer comfort and protection whilst the breathable lining keeps the wearers feet dry. Including a rubber compound sole that is heat resistant to 300°C and also provides excellent slip resistance.Safety Toe Cap which conforms to and exceeds European Standard.Durable full grain leather with a classic oiled finish.
Padded collar & tongue to provide cushioning
Breathable mesh lining for internal comfort
Removable contoured and cushioned EVA footbed enhances the internal comfort
Air-cushioned PVC outsole
Cemented construction
Slip Resistant
Breathable

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

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Manufacturer Dr Martens
Manufacturer Code 27702-46607

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