Columbia PFG Drainmaker Slip

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Catch the fish and release the stream in this fully drainable slip-on water shoe. On a recent fishing trip in the Florida Keys, we spotted guys wearing running shoes in and around the water. We figured they could do without the Soggy Shoe Syndrome, so we created a hybrid shoe that combines the lightweight comfort of a running shoe with the quick-dry capabilities of a water shoe. Available this season in a slip style for easy on-and-offs, the upper features breathable open cell mesh with a collapsible heel and durable TPU toe cap, while the Techlite midsole has built-in drainage ports in the heel and forefoot to allow water to instantly escape. Wet/dry traction is assured by a siped, lugged outsole with Omni-Grip Wet Grip rubber for sure footing on slick surfaces. FEATURES: Combination mesh and EVA upper with a TPU cap overlay, Techlite midsole with drainage ports in heel and forefoot, Siped, lugged outsole for extra traction made with Omni-Grip Wet Grip rubber, Weight: Size 9, 1/2 pair =7.3 oz/207 g, Imported,

- Columbia

Leave the water in the stream and not in your shoes with the Men's Columbia PFG Drainmaker Slip Water Shoes. These lightweight slip on water shoes have a combination of mesh and EVA uppers with a TPU cap overlay for protection and a Techlitemidsole with drainage ports in the heel and forefoot so you can run in the water without taking the water home with you. Hop across those slippery rocks with confidence, the Omni-Gripwet grip rubber outsole provides traction so only your feet get wet, not your whole body.

- Altrec Outdoors

Columbia PFG Drainmaker Slip

previously retailed for:
$52.49 - $69.95

The Columbia PFG Drainmaker Slip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 1, 2013 at Columbia.

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