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These comfortable, functional, and warm Women's Rosie Winter Boots will keep your feet toasty and dry even in the harshest of elements. The rugged rubber outsole is durable for almost any activity. These winter boots feature a double side zipper for easy on and off, a water-resistant outer shell, and a warm Thermolite insole. Arm yourself with Rosie, and your feet will thank you all winter long, whether you're out shoveling, stomping through the snow, or just taking a stroll in the brisk winter eve.




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These comfortable, functional, and warm Women's Bayou Winter Boots will keep your feet toasty and dry even in the harshest of elements. The rugged rubber outsole is durable for almost any activity. These water-resistant winter boots feature faux black patent leather accents and a three-buckle embellishment, plus a warm thermolite insole. A convenient side zipper lets you slip these on and off easily. Arm yourself with Baydu, and your feet will thank you all winter long, whether you're out shoveling, stomping through the snow, or just taking a stroll in the brisk winter eve.


Totes Isotoner Corporation, stylized totesISOTONER and often abbreviated to Totes, is an international umbrella, footwear, and cold weather accessory supplier, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Totes is regularly billed in press reports as "the world's largest marketer of umbrellas".[1] The company has divisions in the United States, Canada, UK, and France.


The company sells products under totes, ISOTONER, and ESNY brands. Totes branded products include umbrellas, rubber footwear, ponchos, rain hats, and travel bags. Several licensed gift and boot products also carry the totes brand name. Mostly known for private label footwear, ESNY, now part of Totes Isotoner, is associated with branded products such as flip-flops, sandals, and ESNY Occasions wedding footwear. Totes Isotoner and ESNY branded products are carried by most national retailers in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Totes Isotoner itself has several sub-brands, including Cirrus,[2] SolBounce, Zenz[3] and Toasties.[4]


Totes Isotoner traces its roots back to the Roll-O-Radio Company, a mail-order radio kit supplier, which was incorporated in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1924.[5] In 1931, Roll-O-Radio Co. became "Perfect Manufacturing Company (Inc.)",[6] whose So-Lo Works in Oakley, Ohio developed a popular shoe-resoling product. Perfect Manufacturing Company moved to Loveland, Ohio in 1942 with a name change to "So-Lo Works, Incorporated".[7] From the mid-1940s to the late 1950s, company president Joe J. Marx designed, manufactured and marketed his successful "totes" line of foldable waterproof apparel, starting with "totes" women's slip-on overshoes for rainy days and culminating in Skooba-"totes" full-length dry exposure suits for diving and water-skiing. Bradford E. Phillips purchased So-Lo Works Inc. in 1961, renamed the company "Totes Incorporated" in 1965[8] and included "totes" collapsible umbrellas in the firm's repertoire in 1970,[9] By the mid-1980s, Totes Inc. had become the world's largest supplier of such umbrellas.[10] In 1994, Phillips sold Totes Inc. to Boston investment firm Bain Capital.[11]


In 1994, Bain Capital acquires Totes.[65] Three years later, in 1997, the totes ISOTONER corporation is formed from the merger of Totes corporation and ARISISOTONER Incorporated, a producer of leather gloves.[66]


So the "Totes" and the "Isotoner" in the company name reference both merged firms' flagship products. The change of name from "Totes Incorporated" to "Totes Isotoner Corporation" is registered on 1 August 1997.[68] By late 1998, Totes Isotoner has a new headquarters in West Chester Township, Butler County, Ohio and a website at totes.com.[69] 041b061a72


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