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Red/Black Dielectric Overboots, Size: 11, 14" Height
- Item # 5EU33
- Mfr. Model # 21406 11
- UNSPSC # 46181602
- Catalog Page # 2318
- Catalog Group # D0708
- Shipping Weight 7.75 lbs.
- Item Dielectric Overboots
- Size 11
- Height 14"
- Material Ozone Resistant Rubber with Nylon Lining, Nonmetallic Buckle and Hardware
- Color Red/Black
- Gender Men's
- Footwear Sole Pattern Anti-Skid Bar Thread
- Closure Type (1) Buckle
- Standards ASTM F1117 and ASTM F1116 at 20kV
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You would wear the same size boot that you wear normally. They are meant to fit over existing boots. So if you wear a size 11 boot, you would want an 11 overboot. If you are fitting the overboot over a steel toes, you may want to order a size larger to accomodate that steel toe though.
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