ABClothing Water Shoes, Lover Dry Match Water Shoes Barefoot Barefoot Dry 15609 Aqua Shoes Blue Line 750193c




Rubber sole
Breathable Upper : Breathable and smooth 92% polyester+8% spandex fabrics with fine stretch on uppers, breathable insole, flexible and comfortable. Smooth designed neck prevents chafing when wearing our water shoes.
ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT & ANTI SLIP SOLE:Unique Sole with non-slip effective to maximally protects your feet.
QUICK DRY WITH DRAINAGE HOLES: 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, quick-dry, super comfortable during water sports.
SOFTER SHOE-PAD: with freer breath ability, better moisture absorption and better deodorization, it is well welcomed. Moreover,Durable rubber soles, provides exceptional traction in slippery conditions, and are stable enough to protect your feet from stepping on rock and stone.
Multi-use Shoes - Great for water park, beach, diving, swimming, pool, walking, jogging, fishing, yoga, dance. Great for family outings!

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