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STEEL BLUE-312152-Argyle® Zip

STEEL BLUE-312152-Argyle® Zip

SKU: 312152
GST Included

One of our most popular styles, the Argyle® Zip is a Men’s safety boot with an industrial grade side zip for ease of access.


Including laces to ensure a secure and comfortable fit, the Argyle® Zip is a popular choice for Tilers, Doc Workers, Plumbers, Warehouse Staff and Couriers.

Crafted from premium Water Resistant Leather, this derby style 150mm high work boot includes Anti-Static Properties and a 200J Steel Toe Cap for ultimate protection.


The TPU Outsole is heat resistant to 130°C and our Trisole® Comfort Technology works to cushions your feet, knees, hips and lower back from day-to-day fatigue.

The Argyle® Zip is available in Black Full Grain Leather, Wheat or Sand coloured Nubuck Leather.



  • BOOT Technology

    Boot Technology


    Boots made from high quality, long-lasting leather, including Nubuck, Full-Grain, TECtuff®, Suede and more.

    Steel Toe Cap

    Made from hardened steel for premium toe protection.

    TPU Outsole

    Our standard durable outsole with heat resistance to 130°C.

    Slip & Oil Resistance

    All Steel Blue footwear is designed to exceed the Slip resistance requirement in both the AS 2210.3 and EN ISO 20345. Our boots are rated as SRC which means that the footwear has been tested in laboratory conditions on both a ceramic tile floor with a Sodium Laureth Sulfate solution (SLS) and on a steel floor with Glycerine. Read Less


    Prevents the build-up of static electricity within your body by dissipating it through the sole.

    Water Resistant

    A treatment during the manufacturing process provides water resistance so that water is repelled from the surface.

    Zip Sided

    Lace Up for comfort, then use the side zips for quick access.

    Lace Up

    A classic fastening for snug, well-fitting work boots.

    Fresche® Bioscience

    A renewable resource that offers long-term antibacterial and antimicrobial protection against fungus, bacteria and the odours caused by bacteria.

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