FELOVE Water Blue Shoes,Beach Surf Diving Swim Barefoot Shoes,Snug 3364 & Comfortable Comfortable Home Slipper Yoga Socks for Men&Women Blue e6488b5
LIGHTWEIGHT AND QUICK-DRY:Ultra lightweight material with top quality provides you a well feeling of relaxation. The technical fabric with fine stretch on uppers is breathable and comfortable, like socks, soft and flexible.they are quick-dry and help you feel clean and neat. SOFT&SAFE RUBBER OUTSOLE : Well welcomed because of its free breath ability, better moisture absorption and better deodorization. What?ˉs more, the durable rubber soles provide exceptional traction in slippery conditions, and protect your feet from stepping on sharp objects because it?ˉs stable enough HEEL LOOP&FIT DESIGN: The heel loop attached is easy to put shoes on and off as well as to hang them on outdoor gear. The elastic cuff at the top prevents chafing when wearing our water shoes and provides your feet with snug fit that allows you to enjoy a barefoot feeling VARIOUS OCCASIONS: Perfect for beach volleyball, water aerobics, swimming, surfing, wakeboarding, sailing, boating, kayaking , windsurfing, cycling, jogging, walking, fishing, gardening, lawn, car-washing, driving, yoga training and weight training. Especially for family outings! SIZE CHOICE: The barefoot shoes could be a bit small, please compare the foot length data carefully before you order it. Size descriptions are both showed in the picture and product description.We suggest you choose a larger size. We offer 12 months warranty. Every shoes that we produced is rigorously tested and checked for defects. Customers are our top priority! If you have any issues, contact us by email, and we will happily help you solve problem.
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