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Shoe In’s safer and cleaner footwear solutions at the National Safety Council Congress & Expo

Steel toe, ice traction and clean environment overshoes provide simple footwear solutions for a range of occupational safety situations

January 15, 2013
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Convention NewsIn every workplace safety is a top priority, but it isn’t always easy or cost-effective to maintain a zero incident environment. Shoe In’s steel-toed and ice traction overshoes are a simple, affordable footwear solution ideal for any business where safety and cleanliness are chief concerns. At the upcoming National Safety Council Expo in Orlando, FL on October 22-24, Shoe In will be exhibiting the Steel Toe, Ice-Ts, Open Toe and Closed Toe overshoes at booth #753.

The Shoe In Safety Toe is a lightweight, EVA steel toe overshoe that quickly and easily slips on over boots or shoes. Ideal for short-terms safety needs, such as guests visiting a worksite where steel-toed shoes are required, these overshoes are a simple solution for a number of occupations.  For the upcoming months of snow and ice, Shoe In Ice-Ts are designed to be worn over boots or shoes in icy conditions. The Ice-Ts feature metal carbide studs on the sole of the overshoe for superior traction when walking outside.

The Shoe In Open Toe and Closed Toe overshoes are a simple solution to keeping shoes and floors clean. These overshoes can be worn over dirty shoes when coming inside to maintain a clean floor, or worn when going outside to keep clean shoes clean.

All Shoe In overshoes feature a hands-free design which means no bending over to put them on or take them off, and patented gripper teeth ensure that they stay on with no slipping or sliding. There is no left or right distinction making them even easier to use, and they rinse off easily for quick cleaning. The Shoe In Safety Toe and Ice-Ts come in just four sizes (Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large), and fit over most boots and shoes up to size 16.

For more information about Shoe In, please visit

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