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Pro Man PM4004 Composite Shoe - S3 SRC

Pro Man PM4004 Composite Shoe - S3 SRC

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A more formal hardwearing shoe, made from black leather and featuring an Activ-Step® dual density outsole which ensures a high level of shock absorption. The PM4004 is 100% non-metallic, made using a lightweight and flexible composite midsole, along with a generous fitting composite toecap. As well as being antistatic the shoes also feature an EVA/foam padded anti-fatigue footbed.

Code: 688844


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£37.29 Pair (ex. VAT)

£44.75 inc. VAT
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Pro Man PM4004 Composite Shoe - S3 SRC

A more formal hardwearing shoe, made from black leather and featuring an Activ-Step® dual density outsole which ensures a high level of shock absorption. The PM4004 is 100% non-metallic, made using a lightweight and flexible composite midsole, along with a generous fitting composite toecap. As well as being antistatic the shoes also feature an EVA/foam padded anti-fatigue footbed.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Rock Fall
Manufacturer Code PM4004

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