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Whoshoe – Personalised Self Adhesive Shoe Labels

Price:£6.95

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Personalised Sticky Shoe labels - 44mm x 44mm (20 Labels per pack) Also free added protection clear covers. Traditional and Best.

  • • The ORIGINAL shoe label, endorsed by schools
  • • Tough material is designed to resist wear and tear
  • • Strong adhesive keeps your Shoe Labels in place
  • • Whoshoe Shoe Labels include Clear Covers for extra durability
  •   Also highly recommended for Care Homes and Special Needs facilities.

DISPATCHED WITHIN 4-5 DAYS

Use Whoshoe Shoe Labels to avoid losing any type of footwear:
  • Adult shoes
  • School shoes
  • Sandals
  • Ballet shoes
  • Dance shoes
  • Walking shoes
  • Football boots
  • Hockey boots
  • Trainers
  • Snow boots
  • Rugby Boots
  • Snow boarding boots
  • Plimpsoles
  • Ice skates
  • Wellington boots
  • Roller skates
  • Running shoes
  • All footwear

 

WHOSHOE is the original self-adhesive shoe label and is a Registered Product under the Trademarks Act. WHOSHOE shoe labels are recommended by schools throughout the UK and worldwide. Also highly recommended in Care Homes and special needs facilities.

WHOSHOE's durability means they can be used in hard wearing environments. Use in walking boots, rugby boots, snow boarding boots or running shoes, you will see why WHOSHOE shoe labels are the original and best shoe labels.

For extra durability we supply Clear Covers for WHOSHOE shoe labels to give the shoe labels added protection.

Whoshoe labels are also ideal for people in care homes who have the same problems with lost or mixed up footwear.

Whoshoe –  Personalised Self Adhesive Shoe Labels
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