All-day comfort, come rain or shine

Published:  15 September, 2016

Feet are an essential tool for tradespeople. There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad preparation, so investing in quality technical footwear is the smart decision.

Scruffs has engineered an intelligent new range of footwear with GORE-TEX® fabric that keeps hard working feet dry, cool, and fully protected so that tradespeople can focus on the job at hand.

The new Graft GTX, Grind GTX and Grip GTX are expertly designed with GORE-TEX® fabric, so that tradespeople are protected by the best quality materials available.

Tested under strict laboratory conditions the range is fully waterproof and breathable, keeping feet completely dry from the outside and inside, come rain or shine.

Each boot is S3 rated with a steel toe and composite midsole. The leather uppers add extra comfort and the heat resistant outsole adds extra durability, giving a long lasting boot that adapts to changing site conditions.

Setting the standard since 2003, Scruffs designs workwear and safety footwear for a new generation of trade professionals. Engineered with technical expertise to deliver outstanding comfort, durability and functionality, Scruffs workwear is made to work as hard as they do.

Scruffs. For the masters at work, by the masters of workwear.

For full range info and to find out more about the 2016 Autumn/Winter product range, call 0115 938 9000 or email

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