MTS VINSON Safety Boots S3

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MTS VINSON Safety Boots S3 are light and comfortable. MTS Vision boots are part of the mClimber series, that are built for the toughest outdoor environments. Durable boots with Composite toe cap and steel puncture protection. Black smooth water resistant leather upper with Cordura®. Boots lining is made of Poromax® and On-Dry® waterproof yet breathable membrane. Ultra soft latex foam anatomic insole is antibacterial. Composite FLEX SYSTEM® thermal insulated midsole. Slip resistant outsole.

Primary environments of use: Construction and civil engineering, work in cold climates, forestry and agriculture.

Complies with EN 20345 standard for safety footwear.

  • EN ISO 20345: 2011 SRC
  • Upper: Leather
  • Lining: Poromax® and On-Dry® membrane
  • Toe cap: composite
  • Nail protection: composite
  • Insole: Latex foam
  • Outsole: PU/TPU EXTREME 4
  • FO: Oil- resistant
  • A: Antistatic properties

The MTS safety shoes company better known as More Than Safety, has been based in southwest France since the company was founded in 1955 and is today one of the main European manufacturers of safety footwear. MTS produces over 1.4 million pairs of safety shoes every.

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VINSON41*41
87.00 
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VINSON42*42
87.00 
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VINSON43*43
87.00 
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VINSON44*44
87.00 
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VINSON45*45
87.00 
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VINSON46*46
87.00 
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VINSON47*47
87.00 
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VINSON48*48
87.00 
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MTS

MTS safety shoes company better known as More Than Safety, has been based in southwest France since the company was founded in 1955 and is today one of the main European manufacturers of safety footwear. MTS produces over 1.4 million pairs of safety shoes every year.

MTS has always taken action at the company level to reduce the environmental impact of its industrial activities. This concern for quality has made her obtain the NF EN ISO 9001: 2000 certification and the achievement of the EN ISO 14001: 2004 regulatory standards, a fundamental step towards protecting the environment.