S2 Forestry safety boots Alpin

prices inc VAT
145,06 EUR
( inc VAT | ex VAT )

from 5 pair: 139,11

from 10 pair: 127,21

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48

Size: EU 40
Size rating - item fit is:
smaller standard larger
Catalogue No.: 80411
Delivery time approx. 2-3 working
days
Note

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  • EN ISO 17249:2013 S2 with steel toe cap and protection level 1 (for protection against cuts by hand-held chainsaws)
  • PUR scuff cap
  • KWF-tested and FPA-approved
  • Upper material made of high-quality breathable waterproof grain leather
  • Shaft height (Form C) approx. 195 mm
  • With ankle protection and padded ankle area
  • Ideal protection thanks to fixed strap
  • Strong durable lacing
  • High level of protection against twisting injuries
  • Vamp, lining and cushioned collar made of leather
  • Straight heel
  • Coarse stud PUR sole in compliance with SRC with 6 mm tread depth


Weight: approx. 1,050 grams in size 42.

KWF Standard
KWF Standard

Safety clothing and forestry equipment that have been awarded with the KWF Standard symbol by the German Board of Trustees for Forestry Work and Technology are subject to a comprehensive utility value examination. All safety aspects must be satisfied in full. In contrast to the intensive endurance tests for the KWF Professional symbol, the scope and length of the examinations for the standard symbol vary.

Comfort, Protection & Safety
Comfort, Protection & Safety

Developed to meet the requirements of the German Centre for Forest Work and Technology (KWF) and by resolution of the Forestry Audit Committee (FPA).