Sometimes your work shoes just aren't enough. Like on those days when you're halfway through your route and the snow turns to frozen rain. The sidewalks have suddenly become traps for downing innocent pedestrians or mailmen like you. When your work shoes aren't eno ... (see full details) (see specifications) #TNG1350.
Sometimes your work shoes just aren't enough. Like on those days when you're halfway through your route and the snow turns to frozen rain. The sidewalks have suddenly become traps for downing innocent pedestrians or mailmen like you. When your work shoes aren't enough, trust in this pair of Tingley Men's 1350 Waterproof Ice Traction Overshoes to get you through your day in safety and comfort.
Designed to prevent slipping and falling on icy or snowy surfaces, these Tingley shoes deliver the support you need to work at your best. The rubber, stretch men's overshoes feature 46 carbide tipped studs on the outsoles. These studs work like teeth, biting into your terrain so you can walk steady. The studs are rust- and corrosion-resistant, which means the snow and ice won't wear them down.
Injection molded, seamless construction makes the slip-resistant overshoes 100% waterproof, so while you're trekking through slush and snow, your feet will stay dry and comfortable. Unlike other work overshoes, these waterproof overshoes stay flexible even in the cold. This results in ease of movement and comfort for you. They're abrasion-resistant, and they'll lock out bad weather for maximum protection that goes up to your ankles.
When the weather threatens to take you down, keep working strong with this pair of Tingley Men's 1350 Ice Traction Overshoes. Get yours today! Avoid wearing these for indoor applications, as the cleats will scratch your work floor. To avoid falls and injuries, order yourself a pair of these today!
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5 out of 5
lets you wear dress shoes on icy days...
When I really need to or want to wear dress loafers on a snowy or icy day, I put these on overtop. They're easy to put on, easy to take off, and they keep me dry and stop me from slipping. It can be a little bit of a pain if you need to run a lot of errands, so I usually only wear them for direct trips to work and back.