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Olympia London | 11-12 June 2019

Reebok Safety Footwear


Finally, shoes for work that work for you. Designing great work footwear isn’t a matter of tacking strength and safety features onto an existing, everyday shoe. That’s why Reebok’s new line re-envisions work boots and shoes entirely, building them from the ground up with athletic performance technologies to meet the unique needs of individuals in multiple fields.

The Reebok Excel Light series has now arrived into the UK. This ground-breaking collection of safety footwear extends the notorious Reebok reputation of athletic performance, comfort and fitness into the workplace – creating products that will keep your feet protected and comfortable simultaneously.

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