Bopika Barefoot Shoes Water Sports Yoga Shoes Barefoot Quick-Dry Aqua Yoga Women Socks for Women Men Kids Hs 43728b3




Occasion - Perfect for Yoga Training, beach, swimming, pool, weight training, wake-boarding, sailing, boating, kayaking, windsurfing, cycling, jogging, walking, fishing, beach volleyball, gardening, lawn, car-washing and driving. Family outings!
Anti-Slip Outsole - Non-slip durable antiwear rubber outsole, with an ergonomically molded, shock absorption performance cushioning separated protective toe
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
Comfortable - Take advantage of the breathable and smooth fabric, more breathable and comfortable, allows all toes to move and articulate without restraint
Tips - For your convenience, please pay attention to the choice of size. Package Included 1* water sport shoes,1* free waterproof case for cellphone

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