Tingley Weather-Tuff Stretch Rubber Hi-Top Overshoes 1300 are a great value and still get the job done! These hi-top overshoes are tough and durable yet lightweight. The stretch rubber stays flexible in cold temperatures.
- Easy on and off
- Accomodates bulky work shoes
- Excellent slip resistance
- Satisfaction Guaranteed
Outsole: Deep, thick tread offers excellent self-cleaning, good traction on slippery surfaces and long wear.
Protects shoe up to ankle: Covers laces all the way up to the base of ankle. Completely locks out bad weather for maximum protection.
Stretch rubber for convenience and comfort: Goes on and off easily and there is nothing like rubber for the best fit over work shoes. Stays extremely flexible and tear resistant in cold weather.
Totally waterproof top to bottom: One piece molded construction provides seamless 100% waterproof protection.
Reinforced at all the wear points: Through our injection mold technology we put more abrasion resistant material in the heel, sole, and toe for longer wear.
Heavy duty heel kick-off cleat: Thick, molded in heel cleat offers easy no hands removal for added convenience.
SKU 1300 Model 1300 Width No In Store Only No
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
- great product light and does the job Review by trent
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I wore two buckles for years and am tired of the buckles breaking and the additional weight when working in muddy conditions. These are light and easy to shake the mud off. Will buy these from now on
(Posted on 3/9/2015)
- my over shoes are very good product I love mine Review by Evelyn Carroll
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very good product. Rural Kings customer service are wonderful. thank you.
(Posted on 3/10/2014)
- great products Review by Evelyn Carroll
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I ordered for some one else. They really like them, and would order again. thanks.
(Posted on 1/23/2014)
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