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HONEYWELL GETS INTO HEAVY DUTY MUCK

13-03-2015
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If you’re working tough you need a boot that lives up to its promise.

Combining rugged comfort and support, the Muck Boot literally lets you get dirty with safety and style.

A must-have for any working conditions, the Chore Steel Toe and Chore Cool Steel Toe boots from Muck is made to withstand physical punishment.

The Chore Cool Steel toe features a new XpressCool lining material engineered to keep your feet cool in warmer weather and a Vibram outsole for improved slip resistance. Perfect for the harsh Australian climate.

The Chore Steel Toe boot features a lightweight rubber outsole for maximum comfort and support, the stretch-fit nylon materials is 100 percent waterproof. 

The Chore range of boots with Steel Toe are built for complete protection in all work conditions.

Additional features include:

·       Quick-clean rubber overlay

·       Breathable Airmesh lining OR XpressCool lining

·       Durable shell is easy to clean

·       Approved to AS/NZS 2210.3:2009

·       Available in men’s and  women’s sizes

Famous since 1999, the Original Muck Boot Company is one of the toughest new additions to the Honeywell safety range.

 

Honeywell Safety Products

Ph: 1300 139 166

http://www.honeywellsafety.com/AU/Home.aspx

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