Safety Jogger Winter Box – ‘Alaska’ Warm-Lined Boots S3 CI SRC with Complementary Hat, Gloves & Socks
The Safety Jogger winter box is designed to keep your extremities warm in winter. It includes one of our warm-lined leather winter boot styles (four to choose from) together with a complimentary warm hat, warm gloves and socks to keep you comfortable throughout the winter, whether that’s at work, in the garden, or walking the dog.
The two warm winter boots to choose from are (click on a link to see the winter box offer)
- Alaska S3 CI SRC – Steel toe cap & midsole, warm teddy-fur lining, leather upper (limited stock available).
- Nordic S3 CI SRC – Composite toe cap & midsole, warm teddy-fur lining, leather & PU upper (limited stock available).
All boots are warm and comfortable winter lined boots, and for the same price as the boots alone – you will also receive a cosy hat, gloves and socks to help keep you warm throughout the winter months.
- EN ISO 20345: 2011
- Anti-slip SRC
- Protective toecap and midsole
- Warm lining and insole
- CI – Cold Insulation
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*Here at PLS we understand the importance of wearing the correct size of shoe both for comfort and foot health. All our shoes are manufactured in EU sizes, though the UK equivalent is available through our size chart. If you have any concerns or queries related to sizing, please contact us for further advice.
*PLEASE NOTE: We endeavour to have most sizes and colours in stock, if you require your footwear urgently please contact us to confirm availability.
Would you like to know about professional footwear more before making a choice? You may find one of the following blog articles useful:
What makes safety & occupational footwear different from regular shoes? Click here to read our ‘Safety & Occupational Footwear Explained’ blog to find out more.
Why is slip-resistance important? Click here to read our ‘Slip Resistance Explained’ blog to find out more.
Do you need Anti-static or ESD? Click here to read our ‘Anti-static & ESD Explained’ blog to find out more.