BADIER Men Men Women Mesh Garden Clog Slippers Shoe Walking Beach Women Slippers Dark Red d753b23
Rubber sole SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT-a shoe weight from 150-180g which convenient for you to take it on your bag.Ultra-lightweight, soft and elastic soles that protect the feet and enhance stability and comfort. COMFORT AND QUICK DRY WATER DRAIN INSOLE-Breathable insoles and punch holes, add additional support for the soles to create a cooler and more healthy shoe environment.superior-gripping,non-marking and odor-resistant.Easy to clean and quick to dry;Water-friendly and buoyant.Slip On Construction, easy to put on(off). SUITABLE PLACE-Suitable for many outdoor activities or house activities,as a house slippers,as a sandals the you have a beach visit,as a shower,as a pool shoes.Classic clog featuring perforated vamp with textured trim.You can use the shoes for house slippers when you relaxing in you home,you can wear this shoes just go walk with your dog in the afternoon also,you can take this shoes to to garden or yard or nurse working,or just enjoy the sport activities like the swim or water class. SOFT BREATHABLE AND QUICK DRY MESH UPPER-The unique breathable mesh structure provides incredible air permeability and fast drying performance. The special construction of the upper allows the foot to move more dynamically.Professional anti slip outsole provides excellent traction and stability for various surfaces and terrains. BADIER SATISFACTION GUARANTEE , you're taking no risk with your purchase. We offer 100% no risk money-back guarantee if you're not thrilled with your purchase for any reason. Just tell us and we will do our best to give you the most satisfactory solution. Please check our BADIER storefront for more styles and other deals that are waiting for you!
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