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Puma Safety Omni Sky Low Blue S1P SRC

Puma Safety Omni Sky Low Blue S1P SRC

Omni Sky Low Lace up Safety Shoe

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Code: 692268


£57.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£69.59 inc. VAT
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Puma Safety Omni Sky Low Blue S1P SRC

SAFETY WITHOUT FRILLS! This dynamic design appeals to the fashion conscious whilst looking after your safety needs! Discreet but remarkable
Breath Active - The micro-channel system of this multi-layered lining provides you with a better breathability and moisture management when work means sweat
SteelCap - Synthetic protective toe cap, lighter than a common steel cap, antimagnetic and thermally insulating
PU Outsole - Due to the special anti slip profile of the abrasion-resistant, flexible and light polyurethane sole, liquid is drained and non-slip optimized
PU Midsole - The direct injected lightweight PU midsole provides you with shock absorption across the whole tread
evercomfort - This ergonomically shaped footbed provides a correct position and an optimum support to the foot. The perforation and the hydrophobic fabric cover improve and balance the foot climate, while a cushioning pad at the heel absorbs the impacts from outside
Upper - The upper is made of insensitiv and strong sude leather. The combination with textile inserts makes this upper more breathactive and more resistant

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

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Manufacturer Puma
Manufacturer Code 24857-41117

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