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Retailers' Descriptions

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Reef Boys' A Maze Sandals for little boys are comfortable and fun beach sandals he'll love. The comfortable synthetic straps will dry quickly going in and out of the water. Compression molded EVA gives anatomical arch support so he's comfortable and happy all day long. Two smallest sizes (7/8, 9/10) come with a removable synthetic back strap for an extra secure fit. The Reef logo is made into a maze under the clear rubber outsole for extra entertainment. Looking for the ultimate beach flipflops for your little surfer dude? Check out the Reef A-Maze. Comfortable synthetic straps. Sizes 7/8 and 9/10 come with removable synthetic back strap. Compression molded EVA midsole. Durable rubber outsole. Colors: Green camo

- Tahoe Mountain Sports refers to the boys' version

The Reef Boys' A-Maze Sandal packs enough comfort to make a day at the beach feel like, well, a day at the beach. Of course, you know what that means. Because when Junior is comfortable, you're comfortable, too.

- Backcountry.com refers to the boys' version

With a built-in maze, the Reef A-Maze flip-flops aren't just everyday sandals-their comfort-oriented design will keep a young man's feet happy as he explores. Synthetic leather strap uppers with polyester mesh linings wrap feet to keep them secure, cool and comfortable; straps feature a fun maze design. Anatomic EVA topsoles cradle feet for comfort; EVA midsoles cushion feet by absorbing shock. Molded rubber outsoles have a low-profile lug design for enhanced traction and grip on a variety of surfaces. .

- REI refers to the boys' version

Reef A Maze

previously retailed for:
$7.83 - $23.95

The Reef A Maze is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 8, 2013 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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