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WORK BOOTS KEEP IT FRESH

24-09-2018
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Oliver Footwear reckons that its WB 34 series of safety footwear combines comfort, performance and durability. The range comprises several different lightweight models, each with a balance of comfort and performance features, all designed to help workers in labour-intensive industries to perform at their best.

Oliver has included a number of its own formulated technologies in the WB 34 collection including Comfortcushion to absorb impact, Odorban control technology for optimum freshness and hygiene, Natureform toe caps with a wide profile and cushion liner and a Gripthane dual-density polyurethane sole for durability.

Oliver Footwear includes a 6-month manufacturer’s warranty on all its footwear, and the WB 34 range comes with additional Hydrostop protection, with a 3-year guarantee against the effects of hydrolysis and microbial attack on the sole.

The Oliver WB 34 series is made with top-quality water-resistant leather and complies with Australian and New Zealand safety standards.

Oliver Footwear
1300 126 687
www.oliver.com.au

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