Quick Dry Slip-On Water Shoes Aqua Socks Barefoot Men Slip-On Women with Adjustable Back Strap for Men Women Black 2 e5e015e
92% polyester, 8% spandex Rubber sole Platform measures approximately .50\" FIT: The unique and top-quality rubber sole has an adjustable toggle on the back near the heels making it easy to adjust to a tight or a loose comfortable fit. Created with ultra light weight stretchy materials. The rubber soles are made with a comfortable and thick foam with an arch-support insert inside. They are flexible yet thick enough to protect your feet from stepping on rocks, stones and any other harmful debris. FEET SAFETY: The rubber non-slip soles are smooth and comfortable on your feet. They prevent chafing and are comfortable and flexible with a thick yet comfortable arch for extra added support. The breathable and lightweight fabric protects your foot from the sun's harmful rays with the UPF and UPV protection. The comfortable lightweight insole is thick enough to protect the bottom your feet from all harmful debris and quick dry for a fresh feeling whenever wear these shoes. QUICK DRY: These Water Socks barefoot sandals create a cooler and healthier shoe environment with the quick-dry fabric, you can be sure you will get the perfect grips for optimum traction especially when they are wet. They are super comfortable in or out of the water, and perfect for any water sports. COMFORTABLE: Take advantage of the lightweight breathable water shoes for men, women, boys, and girls. MULTI PURPOSE: Perfect for the water park, surfing, swimming pool beach volleyball, pilates, weight training, wake-boarding, sailing, parasailing, boating, kayaking, windsurfing, cycling jogging, walking with arch support, fishing, garden, lawn, car-washing, driving and yoga. The best outdoor garden shoes for women, men, or children.
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