VIFUUR Kids Water Peach Sports Shoes Quick-Dry Barefoot Quick-Dry Aqua Yoga Socks Slip-on for Men Women Kids Peach 2bf79e5




Polyester and spandex
Imported
Rubber sole
Recommended 1: CONVENIENCE - Smooth neck design prevents chafing when wearing our water shoes. It is convenient to wear and take off.
Recommended 2: COMFORTABLE FIT -- Breathable and smooth fabrics with fine stretch on uppers. Like socks, flexible and comfortable.
Recommended 3: RUBBER OUTSOLE & FOOT SAFETY -- Wearable and top-quality rubber sole, which protects your feet from being hurt by sharp objects.
Recommended 4: OCCASION - 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!
Tips´╝ÜVARIOUS SIZE AVAILABLE -- fit different feet,little kids, big kids,men,women are available.

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