Fung-wong Women s Breathable Water Shoes 19997 Quick-Dry Socks Water Beach Skin Socks Black-green 668d6e4




Rubber sole
Fabric upper Anti-slip rubber sole
Quickly dry, Unique and top-quality sole with seven holes on each bottom to ensure proper water flow out of them, which creates a cooler and healthier shoe environment, super comfortable during water sports.
Rubber soles is durable sole, with a really comfortable and thick foam arch-support insert inside of them, it is flexible yet thick enough to protect your feet from stepping on rock and stone.
This water shoes is suit for outdoor hiking sports, running, jogging, walking, beach, snorkeling, swimming, pool, weight training, boating & sailing, parasailing, kayaking, windsurfing, cycling, fishing, Beach volleyball, garden, lawn, park, lake, yoga, car-washing and driving
The anti-slip rubber sole,make to protect your feet,to wear it comfortable, and shock absorption performance cushioning separated protective toe guard.

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