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CLOSEOUTS . Your little puddle jumper will be in splash-happy heaven in Columbia Sportswearand#39;s Drainmaker II shoes, featuring a light, single-layer mesh upper with footbed drainage ports and a quick-drying design. Available Colors: BLACK, GRILL/INTENSE RED, LIGHT GREY/ZING, HYPER BLUE/SAFETY YELLOW, GULFSTREAM/AFTERGLOW, BLACK/AUTZEN, DARK COMPASS/NUCLEAR, WHITE CAP/FRESH KIWI, AFTERGLOW/COOL GREY. Sizes: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.

- Sierra Trading Post

Three-quarters of the Earth's surface is covered in water; give your little nature-lover access to wet-world fun in the Columbia Little Kids' Drainmaker II Water Shoe. With a breathable, quick-drying mesh upper and drainable sticky sole, this shoe likes variable terrain and won't be confined to dry land. Because there's so much to see and explore off the dusty trail.

- Backcountry.com

The Columbia Drainmaker II Watershoe for kids is a lightweight, drainable and quick-drying shoe for staying safe and comfortable during activities in the water, on land and everywhere in between: large drainage holes shed water quickly and siped lugs provide increased traction on wet surfaces. Quick lace toggles provide a secure fit and make getting in and out of these shoes a cinch.Techlite midsole with drainage ports in heel and forefootOmni-Grip high traction wet rubber gripBreathable single layer open mesh upperSiped with lugs for extra tractionFully drainable footbedWeight: size 1, pair = 6.6 oz/187.11 gImported Fabric.

- Campmor

Columbia Kids' Drainmaker II Shoe

previously retailed for:
$12.69 - $55.00

The Columbia Kids' Drainmaker II Shoe is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 28, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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