Our new bright orange waterproof shoe covers make a useful and convenient alternative to wellies, wellingtons, rubber wellington boots - smaller, compact and portable. Don’t have your wellies with you? Don’t relish the thought of wet shoes and sore feet all day? Water or mud all over the place and an important meeting this afternoon? If you’re lucky you might just happen to have a couple of carrier bags and two large rubber bands in your glovebox, briefcase or backpack… like you do.
Like so many things, the simplest ideas are the best. Our new waterproof shoe covers are made from 100% high quality PVC.
These, in Aqua blue, have got to be one of the funkiest ways to keep your feet dry. Available in blue or orange, with black soles and in three sizes. Featuring a reinforced heel with printed “stival” branding. The elasticated top helps keep the fit snug and stops rain running in.
They come in a compact, handy press studded pouch with hook for display and merchandising purposes. And you can actually fold them back up easily and put them away, ready for the next time you need them.
Size fitting is approximate as it will depend on the style and specific design of the shoes.
If you’re unsure which one to choose, go for the next size up. Recommended for flat shoes.
Who and what are they for?
Great on wet grass, snow and muddy or marshy ground
Festivals – Take a pair with you in case it rains. As if it ever rains at festivals…
Camping & Caravanning – they take up very little space and weigh just a few ounces.
Handy if you want to nip out to the loo in the night.
Gardening - Can’t be bothered to change your shoes, just slip a pair of these over the top.
Keep them by your back door.
Backpacking (crossing streams). Makes a lot more sense than carrying a pair of wellies around for a week.
Outdoor events i.e. County/Country Shows. Because you can never rely on the weather to behave.
Building sites – Better than getting mud all over your shoes and trousers.
Motorcycling – Nothing spoils a good ride out on the bike quicker than wet feet.
What if your car breaks down or you’re stuck in the mud, flood or deep snow.
Keep a pair in your glovebox “just in case”.
Decorating - Save your shoes getting paint splashed all over them.
Going in and out of the house, just pull a pair on and save your carpet.
The foot equivalent of those plastic seat covers good mechanics use.
It doesn’t matter what the situation. If you’re wishing you had a pair of wellies with you, a pair of these waterproof shoe covers will help get you out of trouble.
A great gift… though until the day that you actually need them, you probably won’t realise it.