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Dr Martens Torness Steel Toe Work Boot - S1P SRC HRO

Dr Martens Torness Steel Toe Work Boot - S1P SRC HRO

Dr Martens

The Torness Steel Toe delivers all-day security and comfort with a padded collar, an internal steel toe-cap and a PR plate. And in a solid, tip-to-toe black finish, the 6-eye boot provides a clean, uniform appeal.

Code: 659122


Dr Martens

£89.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£107.99 inc. VAT
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Dr Martens Torness Steel Toe Work Boot - S1P SRC HRO

The Torness Steel Toe delivers all-day security and comfort with a padded collar, an internal steel toe-cap and a PR plate. And in a solid, tip-to-toe black finish, the 6-eye boot provides a clean, uniform appeal.

Technical and safety features:

A lightweight EVA midsole offers exceptional cushioning and flexibility
Two hiker hooks provide an even more secure fit
SoftWair™ memory foam sock liner provides extra breathability plus cushioning at the heel and forefoot
Moisture-wicking lining
Sole tread is rated as SR-C
Anti-static properties
Safety Spec: EN ISO 20345:2011 S1 P SRC HRO

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