January 2010 Blog Posts (2)

SNOWARE

If you have to be in snow and then go into a building....NEOS are the solution. New England OverShoe.

They slip over shoes and can be removed whengoing into buildings (remember galoshes?)

Stuart

Added by Stuart Betheil on January 15, 2010 at 19:46 — No Comments

What is the best Footwear for snow and ice?

Snow and freezing cold temperatures have brought treacherous conditions for many walking (see this news report). So my question to all of you is: What is the best footwear for these conditions? Working in a school children are wearing trainers, 'Ugg' boots (which seem to have no slip resistance and are suede!) and a variety of footwear without any real grip. Any advice is useful...please post a reply… Continue

Added by Justin Sharpe on January 13, 2010 at 11:30 — 3 Comments

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