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Tomcat Kensington Slip-on Safety Shoe - S3 SRC

Tomcat Kensington Slip-on Safety Shoe - S3 SRC

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Need to stay safe in the office environment or visiting site but just walking through? Kensington is our slip on shoe for the professional. Equipped with an Activ-Step® dual density shock absorbing outsole and generous fit at the front you’re smart and compliant. Sizes: 6-12.

Code: TC510

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£36.15 Pair (ex. VAT)

£43.38 inc. VAT
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Tomcat Kensington Slip-on Safety Shoe - S3 SRC

Need to stay safe in the office environment or visiting site but just walking through? Kensington is our slip on shoe for the professional. Equipped with an Activ-Step® dual density shock absorbing outsole and generous fit at the front you’re smart and compliant.
- Protective steel toecap and composite anti-penetration flexi-midsole
- Smooth black leather
- Activ-Step® dual density shock absorbing outsole
- Slip on for convenience
- Fully safety compliant and will protect against light showers
- Manufactured to exceed EN ISO 20345:2011 S3 SRC
- Sizes: 6-12

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer TUF
Manufacturer Code 142013

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