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Rock Fall Summit Safety Trainers - S1P SRC

Rock Fall Summit Safety Trainers - S1P SRC

Rock Fall

Non Metallic, Trekker Styled Safety Trainers Designed for Comfort and Longevity

Code: RF006

Rock Fall

£39.15 Pair (ex. VAT)

£46.98 inc. VAT
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Rock Fall Summit Safety Trainers - S1P SRC

The Ultimate in performance safety footwear. The Summit is trekker styled and built for breathability and comfort. 100% Non-Metallic, developed with specialist components to increase longevity. • Protective fibreglass toecap and composite anti-penetration flexi-midsole • Premium nubuck leather and breathable mesh panels • Matrix rubber scuff cap to prevent wearing • Ortholite® high performance comfort insole • Reflective silver piping • Manufactured to exceed EN ISO 20345:2011 S1P SRC Why Rock Fall? Second Generation Family Business delivering Safety Footwear excellence since 1997. Designing the largest range of specialist styles from size 2-16 built for Longevity, Comfort and Compliance. Over sixty trusted styles from Foundry to Coldstore, Office to Offshore, Electronics to Rail.

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Manufacturer Rock Fall
Manufacturer Code RF006

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