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Puma Safety Rio Low Black S3 SRC

Puma Safety Rio Low Black S3 SRC

Rio Low Lace-up Safety Boot

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Code: 692267


£74.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£89.99 inc. VAT
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Puma Safety Rio Low Black S3 SRC

Aluminium cap and flexible FAP midsole
Rubber Outsole - The low-profile and lightweight construction ensures great flexibility. The two-coloured TPU sole comes with an EVA cushioning pad in the heel area to maximise comfort and wearability
Toe Cap Protection - The drawn up scuff cap avoids abrasion of the leather in the toe area
EVA Cushioning Pad - The EVA cushioning pad integrated in the heel area ensures optimum shock absorption during ground contact
Upper - Innovative materials to combine a superior comfort with the best performance
evercushion® PRO - The structure of this footbed gives you an optimum of cushioning from the first contact to the ground until the end of your move, giving relief to the compression zones. Its durable fabric cover and the perforated area at the forefoot ensure both breathability and comfort
Breath Active - The micro-channel system of this multi-layered lining provides you with a better breathability and moisture management when work means sweat

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

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Puma
Manufacturer Code 23096-37923

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