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While other water shoes and sandals often focus on varied functionality, the Nike Natal is all about being a specialized coastal approach shoe. You could use it exclusively for white water rafting or even small craft sailing, but you'll be missing out on the big potential if you don't take it kayaking. Unlike some stretchy water socks that get the bends in tight spots, the Natal features a supportive synthetic upper with panels of fast-drying mesh for easy draining. Up front you'll find a generous protective toe bumper for pushing off on rocky and barnacled beaches. Nike created an innovative "podular" (use it five times throughout the day and it officially becomes a word) outsole that combines rubber tread with Nike's All-Trac amphibious compound for superb traction both in and out of the water.
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