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Pro Man PM4010 Boston Lightweight Safety Trainer

Pro Man PM4010 Boston Lightweight Safety Trainer

Pro Man

100% non-metallic, with protective toecap and midsole, Boston is comfortable and lightweight, it's developed with innovative comfort materials including TPU upper, a shock absorbing dual density EVA nitrile rubber outsole and Activ-Step® PU anti-fatigue comfort footbed.

Code: 692742


Pro Man

£39.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£47.99 inc. VAT
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Pro Man PM4010 Boston Lightweight Safety Trainer

Conforms to EN ISO 20345:2011 S1P SRA
UPPER 
TPU upper - Durable and breathable
Mesh fabric lining - Improved comfort and breathability
TECH
Activ-Step® PU anti-fatigue comfort footbed - Improved anti-fatigue properties
Fibreglass toecap - Lightweight protective components
Composite midsole - Lightweight and flexible
SOLE 
Shock absorbing dual density EVA nitrile rubber outsole - High level shock absorption
SRC 
SRA Heel 0.36
SRA Flat 0.34
SRB Heel Untested
SRB Flat Untested

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Rock Fall
Manufacturer Code PM4010

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