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footwear that protects your shoes from water or snow or cold

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There'll be a check at the post-office, I know, and we'll transmute it into beautiful buckwheat flour, a gallon of maple syrup, and a new pair of overshoes for you.
But she really had stepped into the puddle at the door, and her left foot was wet up to the ankle and her overshoe full of water.
said she, getting her overshoe and her boot off at last and starting to take off her stockings.
Her family says she asked the intruding police to wear overshoes before entering the house.
Went into Okotoks with Charlie to buy some stores for Uncle Arthur, also some overshoes and overalls to wear as my feet get so cold and the overalls to save clothes which I believe wear out pretty quick out here when one is really working.
The overshoes are used for visitors to cover their outdoor shoes and interdepartmental staff can use them to re-cover their footwear as they move to and from restricted areas.
The company also develops and sells chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear protective rubber wear, such as gloves, overshoes and gas masks for military and first response applications, as well as fire boots for firefighters.
Those overshoes and my British seaman's scarf saved me from freezing during the next month.
99), overshoes, socks and gloves, as well as accessories like lights, drinking bottles and puncture repair kits.
The Detectable Non-Woven over-sleeves are made from the same detectable material as the overshoes and are available in pada of 500.
Wear low-heeled boots or overshoes with good traction.
99 each Cycling Accessories including Overshoes PS6.
PULLING on a lab coat, a hairnet and blue plastic overshoes, I felt like an extra in a sci-fi film.
Shoe In Pro Finish Overshoes feature a flat bottom to eliminate the risk of boot marks when spreading release agents, touching up areas around drains, and power troweling.