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New waterproof safety boot from PK Safety

Waterproof safety boot

South Wales-based PPE specialist introduces the new Lightyear BX-700 Voyager safety boot

A NEW Lightyear waterproof safety boot has been launched by PK Safety, the personal protective equipment (PPE) specialists based in Abercynon, South Wales.

The model BX-700 Voyager boot has been designed to provide total water protection and is well suited to environments where workers may be exposed to excessively wet and muddy conditions.

As with all Lightyear safety footwear, the Voyager safety boot has a non-metallic composite toecap and mid-sole, making the boot ultra-light and more comfortable to wear than those with steel toecaps.

The boot features a 100% waterproof membrane to resist any moisture ingress, and the sole is made of slip-resistant, double-density polyurethane material with an SRC-rated anti-slip sole pattern. The overall safety rating of the Voyager safety boot is EN20345 S3 WR SRC.

For added comfort, the Voyager safety boot is constructed from smooth leather with mesh inlays and features a padded tongue and collar, while a scuff cap protector provides extra durability.

The boot, which has a hard-wearing rubber heel support system together with a shock-absorbent comfort footbed, is available in a wide range of sizes from 3 to 13 to accommodate both men and women.

The new BX-700 Voyager safety boot expands the range of Lightyear safety footwear supplied by PK Safety and complements the company’s range of PPE, which includes safety gloves, safety glasses and head and face protection.

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