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Amblers FS43 Oxford Style Executive Safety Shoe - S1P SRC

Amblers FS43 Oxford Style Executive Safety Shoe - S1P SRC

Ambler

Lace-up safety shoe crafted in a formal Oxford style suitable for industrial managerial use or workers who are front of shop facing but also need to enter back office stock rooms. Crafted with a smooth mono-black action leather upper and perforated eyelets. Offers steel toe cap protection. Composite midsole protects the foot underfoot whilst allowing the shoe to flex. Removable EVA footbed for all day on-the-foot comfort. Antistatic dual density PU sole unit with an energy absorbing heel. Offers a good level of traction on a range of surfaces meeting SRC slip resistant standards.

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£32.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£39.59 inc. VAT
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Amblers FS43 Oxford Style Executive Safety Shoe - S1P SRC

• Smooth mono-black action leather upper and perforated eyelets
• Offers steel toe cap protection and composite midsole protection
• Removable EVA footbed for all day on-the-foot comfort
• Antistatic dual density PU sole unit with an energy absorbing heel

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Amblers
Manufacturer Code FS43

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