MEISUS Water Socks Shoes Barefoot Quick-Dry Summer Aqua Barefoot Socks for Beach Swim Surf Yoga Womens and Mens Summer Outdoor Starry Sky2 1e5e767




Polyester and spandex
PERFECT MATERIAL: Ultra Light Weight Stretchy Material allows user to easily put on and take off, to provide you with a comfortable feeling.
ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT & ANTI SLIP SOLE:Unique Sole with non-slip effective to maximally protects your feet.
COMFORTABLE & FIT: Breathable upper material, non-slip soles and smooth neck design, to prevent wearing chafing, make you more comfortable and flexible.
Various Patterns and Size: Multiple versions to fit different feet.Men and women size are available.Enjoy the cute and cool water shoes.
IDEAL FOR ANY ACTIVITY: Perfect for beach, swimming, surf, pool, sailing, boating, kayaking, windsurfing, yoga ,fishing,weight training,cycling, jogging, walking and other any activity.

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