Shoe In Overshoes Help Contractors Keep Neat

Originally published: 09.25.12 by

Shoe In Overshoes are a simple footwear solution that  quickly and easily slip on over boots or shoes to protect clean floors. 

The hands-free design means no bending over to put them on or take them off, and patented gripper teeth ensure that Shoe In overshoes stay on with no slipping or sliding. There is no left or right distinction, making them even easier to use, and they rinse off easily for quick cleaning. 

The Shoe In overshoes come in just four sizes (Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large), and fit over most boots and shoes up to size 16. They come in a variety of colors and styles, including Open Toe and Closed Toe versions. The Shoe In Safety Toe features a steel toe for added protection. 

Shoe In Ice-Ts, designed to be worn outdoors over shoes or boots in icy conditions, incorporate metal studs on the sole of the overshoe for superior traction.

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