Tomcat RHYOLITE 100% Non-Metallic Black S3 Internal Metatarsal Protected Safety Boot

£69.95
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• Protective fibreglass toecap, composite anti-penetration flexi-midsole and Internal Metatarsal guard
• Premium American black full grain waxy leather
• FORCE10 components including scuff cap and outsole used for incredible durability
• Waterproof and breathable Activ-Tex membrane
• The first internal metatarsal protection boots to pass the EN standard
• Manufactured to exceed EN ISO 20345:2011 S3 HI WR M HRO SRC

Features:
• 100% Non-Metallic
• Anti-Static
• Heat Resistant to 300°C & HI Resistant to 150°C
• Highest Level Slip Resistance
• Internal Digging Plate
• Metatarsal Protection
• Oil Resistant
• Protective Midsole & Toe-Cap
• Water Repellent Upper & Waterproof Membrane

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Part of the family of boots designed for longevity and the first Internal Metatarsal protection boot to pass the EN standard, the Rhyolite is one of the most robust boots available in Europe, if not the world. 100% Non-Metallic, developed with specialist durability materials including FORCE10 Components, an Activ-Tex Membrane, R-Ten thread and Impact Shield Technology.

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Name Tomcat RHYOLITE 100% Non-Metallic Black S3 Internal Metatarsal Protected Safety Boot
Description Part of the family of boots designed for longevity and the first Internal Metatarsal protection boot to pass the EN standard, the Rhyolite is one of the most robust boots available in Europe, if not the world. 100% Non-Metallic, developed with specialist durability materials including FORCE10 Components, an Activ-Tex Membrane, R-Ten thread and Impact Shield Technology.
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