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Reebok Excel Light Mens Safety Trainer - S3 SRC

Reebok Excel Light Mens Safety Trainer - S3 SRC

Reebok

Excel Light achieves maximum lightness and flexibility in a work shoe. With flex grooves, the XL ExtraLight® foam midsole reduces weight and allows for greater range of motion. Mesh uppers allow for ultimate breathability and moisture transfer for all day cooling comfort. A MemoryTech Massage footbed adapts to the unique contours of your foot.

Code: 695935


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£87.49 Pair (ex. VAT)

£104.99 inc. VAT
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Reebok Excel Light Mens Safety Trainer - S3 SRC

Non-metallic, puncture resistant, and composite fabric plate is lighter and more flexible than a steel plate while providing maximum protection with 100% foot surface coverage. MemoryTech footbed adapts to the contours of your foot. Aluminum toe cap reduces weight while maintaining impact protection (meets or exceeds EN ISO 20345 safety standards). Slip resistance on steel ground with glycerine (Requirement EN ISO 20345) Slip resistance on ceramic ground with detergent (Requirement EN ISO 20345)

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