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Winter Footwear?

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by Dlbinning Dlbinning (New Member) New Member

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Looking for ideas for WARM winter footwear that does not require changing shoes/boots. Something that will work to wear with navy blue scrub pants. I live where we get snow, ice, rain and roads are coated with salt and/or brine mix. Thanks!!

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Elfriede has 40 years experience.

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Hhhmmm.....

Changing boots/shoes isn´t that bad.

So you don´t carry the dirt into the house.

(Your pts will be grateful.)

In the car I put a big plastkbag on the ground.

(Getting the s...alt out of the carpet ...)

I prefer soft rubber soles. The are less slippery

than plastik or leather.

:wavey:

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jbudrick has 18 years experience as a MSN and works as a Wound Specialist.

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I wear Lands End All Weather Mocs.  They keep my feet warm, dry, and slip resistant.  To avoid dirt, salt, mud, etc. On my patient's floor, I wear shoe covers.  Make sure to get no slip.  The first time I wore shoe covers on a wood floor was a scene from a keystone cops movie!

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