The Rhino Tuff Insoles Company was built by a guy who’s walked in your shoes. Ron Blackburn partnered with Craig Dennis and Jim Rice in 2000 to form the company in San Diego, California. Ron, who has worked as a framing contractor for over 23 years, has experienced the pain and injury of a work-floor littered with nails. Though steel shank inserts and puncture resistance soles were on the market, Ron wanted to “build a better mousetrap.” Ron and his partners wanted to design a product that wouldn’t simply stop a nail from penetrating the sole, but would also prevent the bruising and pain that shoots through the foot when the shoe touches down on a nail. The result of Ron, Craig, and Jim’s vision for a better insole is the innovative design of the Rhino Tuff Insole which boasts five essential qualities: they’re lightweight, comfortable, flexible, designed to fit into most types of work boots and shoes, and meant to be worn continuously. At the Working Person’s Store we scour the industrial apparel markets to bring you the best. We’re proud to bring you the quality comfort and protection of Rhino Tuff Insoles. When you shop our online store, you’re just a few mouse-clicks away from stepping into the superior safety of these insoles. We offer free shipping and a price guarantee. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask one of our friendly customer service reps, who will greet you with a smile you can feel over the phone.
Rhino Tuff Insoles: Puncture Resistant Tuff Insoles
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I would like to thank you for taking such good care of me. I've never experienced customer service that was so personal and caring. I was pretty frustrated and within a few minutes I was completely disarmed with my jaw to the floor. Keep it up, that is what makes your company stand out. People need more of that in their consumer experiences. The money hungry corporate world has ruined the meaning of the phrase "customer service." Anyhow I wanted to tell you that I got my John Deere boots very quickly (just in time for work). I did want to ask about the WigWam socks that you were gonna send complimentary for me to try out. I'm very interested to try them. You convinced me that cotton socks may not be the way to go. Again I appreciate everything. You've earned yourself a lifelong customer.”
Chris C. from Wright, WY