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Dr Martens Icon 2216 PW Shoe - SB SRA E

Dr Martens Icon 2216 PW Shoe - SB SRA E

Dr Martens

Steel toecap. Slip resistant. Upper: Industrial corrected grain leather. Padded collar. Safety toe cap which conforms to and exceeds European Standard. Hardware: Metal eyelets. Laces: Industrial strength cord lacing. Lining: Nylon backed foam lining. Footbed/Insole: Contoured and cushioned removable footbed. Outsole: Air-cushioned PVC sole. Construction: Welted. Slip Rating: SRA.

Code: 658185


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£67.09 Pair (ex. VAT)

£80.51 inc. VAT
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Dr Martens Icon 2216 PW Shoe - SB SRA E

Classic 4-eye safety shoe with hard wearing air-cushioned sole unit and Industrial strength leather, Smartmask® PU-cushioned footbed and padded collar ensure total comfort at work. Built on a slightly wider last than the original 2215 for a 'roomier' fit. Standard: EN ISO 20345:2011 SB SRA E. Steel toecap. Slip resistant. Upper: Industrial corrected grain leather. Padded collar. Safety toe cap which conforms to and exceeds European Standard. Hardware: Metal eyelets. Laces: Industrial strength cord lacing. Lining: Nylon backed foam lining. Footbed/Insole: Contoured and cushioned removable footbed. Outsole: Air-cushioned PVC sole. Construction: Welted. Slip Rating: SRA. Construction: This is a Goodyear-welted product. The upper and sole are heat-sealed and sewn together, not merely glued like many footwear constructions. Material: A corrected grain leather that has been embossed to give a leather grain effect. Sole: This classic Dr. Martens PVC patterned sole is heat-sealed and benefits from a wooden shank for improved mid-foot ridgidity. It’s slip-resistant with a high degree of oil and abrasion resistance and has first-class energy absorbing qualities in the heel strike area.

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Manufacturer Dr Martens
Manufacturer Code 13711001

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