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Ariat Women's Expert Static Dissipative Safety Expert Safety Clog 8 M US

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Engineered for professionals in medical science technical and industrial environments who need a stable shoe that resists static buildup. The shoe dissipates excess static electricity by conducting the charge from the body to the ground while simultaneously providing a level of protection against electrical shock. This smooth profile clog is constructed from premium full grain leather with a leather wrapped footbed. Engineered with ATS technology for optimal stability and all day comfort. A PU midsole delivers excellent cushioning rebound for all day comfort. The Duratread outsole is oil and slip resistant. This shoe is 100 percent non metallic making it ideal for security environments. The Composite safety toe is ASTM F2413 11 F/I/75 C/75 SD Type 1 rated.

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  • Leather wrapped footbed
  • Static dissipating
  • Slip resisting duratread outsole
  • 100 percent non metallic
  • Premium full grain leather
  • Brand: Ariat
  • Size: 8 M US
  • Color: Black
  • Shipping weight: 106
  • Model: Expert Safety Clog
  • EAN: 0884849584521
  • MPN: 10011976

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