Teva Sling King

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Next time you are out slinging your bing on the wing of a major swing, throw the Teva Sling Water Shoe on your foot. If you find your toes are cramping up in the bow of your play-boat because of non-flexible shoes, but going shoeless makes scouting un-comfortable, then the slim-profile Sling with its sticky Spider rubber outsole is the answer. Scout the next big hit without falling on your butt or suffering from crammed toes. The simple neoprene upper fits snugly and keeps the chill off.

- Backcountry.com

Whether you are kayaking, surfing, or boating, Teva's Sling King Water Shoe protects your feet while trapping warmth next to your toesies. The lightweight design keeps it simple, protecting key places with a sticky spider rubber sole that partially wraps up the sides and ends of your foot, staying sticky whether you find yourself crossing slippery reefs or hot sandy beaches.

- Mountain Gear

Designed for kayakers, the Sling King Water Shoe from Teva is the classic water shoe for inspired play boating. The Sling King provides neoprene warmth, high rand protection ,and super traction for moving safely across slippery rocks or reefs.

- Altrec Outlet

Teva Sling King booties offer boaters warm comfort, a secure fit and tenacious traction. To serve up memorable trips, just add water. Soft neoprene uppers provide warmth for a day on the water. Rip-and-stick midfoot strap prevents your foot from slipping out of the bootie. Nonmarking rubber outsoles offer great traction on wet or dry surfaces and provide superior lateral control while kayaking. Outsoles extend over the top of the toe, protecting your feet from rocks. Loops on heel and instep help get booties on and off your feet.

- REI

Teva Men's Sling King

MSRP:
$50.00

The Teva Men's Sling King is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 18, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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