Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Here's the ideal lightweight, drainable, and fast-drying shoe for staying safe and comfortable during activities in the water, on land and everywhere in between.


CLOSEOUTS . Columbia Sportswear's Drainmaker water shoes are ready for their dashes through streams and puddles. TechLiteand#174; in the midsole provides great cushioning and flex over uneven terrain, and an Omni-Gripand#174; traction rubber outsole grips slippery surfaces. Available Colors: BERRY JAM/WINDSOR, COOL GREY/NUCLEAR, WHALE/LASER LEMON. Sizes: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.

- Sierra

Columbia created the Drainmaker Shoe for girls who roam far and wide in the summer. From tidal pools to trails, the Drainmaker combines the comfort, support, and protection of a running shoe with the quick-drying capabilities of a water shoe. After all, if she doesn't mind getting wet, why should her shoe'


The fully drainable Kids' Drainmaker Water Shoe from Columbia Sportswear lets little kids catch the fish and release the stream. We figured kids (not to mention their parents) 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. The upper features breathable open cell mesh with a durable synthetic leather toe cap for added protection. An EVA footbed and Techlite: midsole combine to provide lightweight cushioning. Wet/dry traction is assured by a siped, lugged outsole with Omni-Grip Wet Grip rubber for sure footing on the trail or the blacktop.

- Altrec Outlet


Weight 5.39 oz / 153 g (Size 1.5)

While the kids' version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Drainmaker. Read all reviews »

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