“Ewww” is an expression usually reserved for squishy situations. Like when you see a nutty parent at Wal-Mart deposit a slimy piece of gum from their mouth into their screaming kid’s yapper. "Ewww" is also an appropriate reaction to almost all Survivor stunts ... (see full details) (see specifications) #SRV18822.
Servus Boots: Men's 14 Inch USA Made Waterproof PVC Boots 18822
“Ewww” is an expression usually reserved for squishy situations. Like when you see a nutty parent at Wal-Mart deposit a slimy piece of gum from their mouth into their screaming kid’s yapper. "Ewww" is also an appropriate reaction to almost all Survivor stunts. The ooze and squish of mud and muck under your feet and between your toes is one “ewww” you can avoid. How? By gearing up with a pair of Servus 18822 14-inch Knee Boots before you embark on a wet, muddy work site.
These boots lock out moisture and mire with a 100 percent waterproof design. The seamless construction method delivers a comfortable fit and durability. Reinforced construction at critical stress points makes these stompers ready for the worst rough and tumble that the work floor throws at your feet.
The rubber boots feature a contoured insole that pads your feet for all-around support and comfort. While these boots keep your walk feeling good, they also keep you on track with work floor regulations with the anti-skid outsole and heel.
The black boots are 16 inches long, which delivers plenty of coverage. The pull-on design makes it easy to gear up. Made in the USA, this pair of Servus 18822 14-inch Knee Boots are essential for shutting out the “ewww.” Get your pair today!
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5 out of 5
These are very good boots. I spend a lot of time cleaning out field ditches and these boots grab excellent traction on the steep banks. I have never managed to puncture these boots and the price is outstanding. These are probably some of the best waterproof boots for a very low price. I would definitely recommend these to a friend.
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4 out of 5
I maintain a uniform closet at a zoo. Our keepers and buildings and grounds staff use these in rain as well as in muddy animals areas, they seem to hold up well, typically they get holes around the ankles and where the boot connects to the sole after about a year or two of use. I recommend these for similar work, but not for heavy duty work as they would likely fall apart rather quickly if being used in daily grueling conditions.