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Dr Martens Icon 7B10 Tan Boots SB E SRA

Dr Martens Icon 7B10 Tan Boots SB E SRA

Dr Martens

Iconic Dr. Martens 7-eye safety boot with hard wearing air-cushioned sole unit and Industrial strength leather, Smartmask® PU-cushioned footbed.

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Code: 692244


Dr Martens

£108.39 Pair (ex. VAT)

£130.07 inc. VAT
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Dr Martens Icon 7B10 Tan Boots SB E SRA

The 7B10 is a highcut, steel toe, rugged boot, engineered using industrial waxy leather uppers, moisture wicking lining and Agion treated anti-bacterial memory foam Softwair footbed to provide durability and internal comfort.
Industrial waxy full grain leather for durability
Safety Toe Cap which conforms to and exceeds European Standard
Highly abrasion resistant polyester/nylon blend foam backed moisture wicking lining keeps you dry and comfortable
Contoured, comfort Softwair footbed with moisture wicking properties and memory foam cushioning at the heel area
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Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

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Manufacturer Dr Martens
Manufacturer Code 25476-42374

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