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No mucking about with these boots

31-08-2010
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No mucking about with these boots

 

If you’re working tough you need a boot that won’t let you down.
 
Honeywell Safety Products, a global leader in personal protective equipment, has the answer with the new Chore boot from The Original Muck Boot Company.
 
Combining rugged comfort and support, Chore boots let you get dirty with safety and style.
 
They are made to withstand physical punishment with a new XpressCool lining material engineered to keep your feet cool in warm weather – just perfect for the harsh Australian climate.
 
Featuring a flexible, lightweight rubber outsole for maximum comfort and support, the stretch-fit nylon materials is 100 per cent waterproof. The Chore boot offers complete protection in all work conditions and is available in high and mid-boot heights.  
 
Added features include:
 
  • Quick-clean rubber overlay
  • ETC Sockliner to reduce friction and heat build up
  • Spandura – added protection against wear and abrasion 
  • Durable shell is easy to clean
 
Chore boots are available in men’s sizes (5-16) and women’s sizes (6-13). The suggested retail price is $139.95 (ex GST) for the Mid version, and $144.95 (ex GST) for the High version.
 
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 

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