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    Women’s safety shoes

    March 1, 2013

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    The Miss Safety line of performance safety footwear with a steel-toe cap is designed exclusively for female feet. Features include a gel pad built into the heel area, shock absorption and the ability to resist heat up to 572° F. An ultra-light EVA midsole injected with billions of tiny bubbles ensures optimal cushioning.

    PUMA Safety Shoes

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