Merrell Waterpro Sport

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Merrell's WaterPro Sport Kid's Shoe is an essential water shoe. It is quick drying and quick-draining and made to wade with a grippy, stable sole. Omni-fit helps is to cinch in close as well as one-pull lacing.

- CampSaver.com

Merrell Waterpro Sport water shoes help kids satisfy their inexhaustible quest for amphibious adventures, with a water-ready design and kid-friendly cord-lock laces. Breathable leather, synthetic leather and airy mesh uppers supply stretch and protection; drain ports quickly shed water. Cord-lock laces secure shoes quickly and are super-easy to use. Breathable mesh linings wick moisture away from feet; antimicrobial treatment deters odors. Removable, quick-drying EVA insoles are also treated with an antimicrobial solution. EVA midsoles with heel air cushions absorb shock. Nylon shanks supply torsional stability on both uneven shorelines and terra firma. Merrell Waterpro Sport water shoes have nonmarking rubber outsoles for reliable grip on wet and dry surfaces.

- REI

An essential water shoe for their inevitable, inexhaustible quest for all things wet, our Waterpro sport is a kid's ideal amphibious companion. Quick drying, quick-draining and made to wade with a grippy, stable sole, it cinches in close with Merrell Omni-fit one-pull lacing to protect and keep pebbles and sand out.

- Merrell

Merrell Waterpro Sport

previously retailed for:
$14.99 - $60.00

The Merrell Waterpro Sport is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 10, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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