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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.
Non-slip Soles:The water shoe's anti-slip rubber sole, with an ergonomically molded, shock absorption performance cushioning separated protective toe.
Lightweight Shoe:Ultra light weight stretchy material allows user to easily put on and take off, to provide you with a comfortable feeling.
Free Feeling: Take advantage of the breathable and smooth fabric, more breathable and comfortable, allows all toes to move and articulate without restraint.
Please Note:Our water shoes are not only suitable for adults, but also for children, please pay attention to the choice of size.

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