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Dr Martens Grapple Safety Boot - Brown - SB SRC E

Dr Martens Grapple Safety Boot - Brown - SB SRC E

Dr Martens

The Grapple Steel Toe is engineered with legendary Dr. Martens comfort along with the enhanced flex and cushioning of athletic footwear. The result: a lightweight, supportive work hiker with unparalleled steel-toe protection.

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£77.39 Pair (ex. VAT)

£92.87 inc. VAT
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Dr Martens Grapple Safety Boot - Brown - SB SRC E

The Grapple Steel Toe is engineered with legendary Dr. Martens comfort along with the enhanced flex and cushioning of athletic footwear. The result: a lightweight, supportive work hiker with unparalleled steel-toe protection.

Technical and safety features:
SoftWair™ sock-liner with extra cushioning at heel and forefoot, plus a raised grid pattern for extra airflow and breathability
Unique x-shaped shank for extra stability and control without compromising flexibility
Durable Nitrile rubber sole is slip-resistant, and heat resistant
Industrial-grade tumbled leather
Extra lateral arch support
Engineered to flex with foot's natural movement
Padded collar and bellows tongue
Internal steel toe cap
Protects against electrical hazards
Safety Spec: ASTM F2413 - 11 MI/75 C/75 EH

Upper:Leather/Textile/Rubber
Lining:100% Textile
Sole:100% Rubber

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Dr Martens
Manufacturer Code 23575214

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