JIAWA Mens B07C117Y4W Walking Outdoor Water Shoes Womens Kids Barefoot Aqua Quick Dry Slip-on Aqua Socks for Swimming Walking Yoga Lake Beach Boating Blue 7d73d9f




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Rubber sole
PERFECT MATERIAL:Quick-dry water shoes, ultra light weight smooth stretchy fabrics.
COMFORTABLE & FIT: Super lightweight and flexible just like socks, breathable and smooth fabric provide great freedom and comfortable feeling.
ANTI-SLIP RUBER SOLE: Ultra-Light and Wearable rubber sole protects your feet from being hurt by stone and other sharp objects.
CONVENIENCE: Quick-dry water shoes, ultra light weight smooth stretchy fabrics and easy slip-on design make it convenient to wear and take off. Lightweight and compressible, easy to fold and carry when you go out.
IDEAL FOR ANY ACTIVITY: Suitable for a wide range of occasions, such as: Beach, swimming, pool, boating, kayaking, windsurfing, beach volleyball, aqua sport, jogging, walking, fishing, gardening, Yoga training.

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