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We are pleased to present this information on Aquanator LawnGrips rubber boots, as shown and described by the manufacturer. Because we have not tested this product, we are unable to endorse it or provide you with any additional information.

Don't let rainy weather or wet ground conditions stop you from cutting the lawn or weeding the garden. LawnGrips, LLC has introduced the "Aquanator" line of 100 percent waterproof rubber boots for gardeners and lawn care professionals.

The new 12" and 16" high boots have Hi-Wall outsoles of tough butyl rubber for stability and support and feature LawnGrips' Rubber Boots Especially for Gardenerspatented Grip-N-Go® outsole for superior traction and maneuverability on freshly cut grass and uneven terrain.

The sole's tread pattern has a mirror-like surface for maximum debris release. Its slightly rounded oblique cleats in the forefoot and heel areas offer great traction for pushing, turning, and stopping. The boots also have a steel shank that holds up to shovel work.

For added comfort, they also feature a removable anti-microbial, bacteriostatic sock liner; an athletic last with rocker profile for proper fit and comfort, arch support, and a cushioned midsole. The upper boot is made of soft natural rubber that can be folded. The boots are available in 7 to 13 men's whole sizes.

For further information, please visit www.lawngrips.com. (04/29/08 & 07/02/11)

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Aquanator LawnGrips rubber boots for gardeners

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