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ANTI-SLIP WATERPROOF SILICONE SHOE COVER :100% high elasticity, safe and non-toxic organic silicone material, waterproof and anti-slip performance, ensure durability and environmental friendliness. The shoe cover is also equipped with a special anti-slip structure to prevent the sole from slipping.
MULTI-SCENE OUTDOOR USE: protect the shoes from water, mud, rain, snow, sand damage, suitable for kitchen, room, toilet and other indoor use, rainy days and camping, fishing, car washing, golf, garden and other outdoor activities, keep the shoes dry and clean all weather.
EASY TO CARRY AND REUSABLE: lightweight foldable design makes it perfectly stored in a backpack or handbag. Do not occupy space, easy to carry. Thickened silica gel, strong wear resistance can be reused.
NOTE: The elderly, pregnant women and people with mobility difficulties are not recommended. Wear a shoe cover to shop and enter the office building. You need to take off the shoe cover before entering.
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Effectively protect your shoes from getting wet on rainy or watery roads.
The non-slip sole provides good grip without worrying about slipping.
Made of premium silicone material, these shoe covers will last a long time.
Easy to carry
Just fold it up and put it in your bag or car, easy to carry and store!
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