Kids Youth
Weight 11 oz 11 oz
Sizes 3.5 - 7 (Half Sizes) 10 - 3 (Full Sizes)
Materials Synthetic Leather and Mesh Upper Synthetic Leather and Mesh Upper

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Merrell WaterPro Jump water shoes are designed to offer solid support and quick drying for kids who enjoy playing in water and on land. Now get on with the puddle jumping! Synthetic leather and airy nylon mesh uppers resist water and stretch while maintaining breathability and supplying protection; drain ports facilitate quick water ejection. Rip-and-stick closure system makes getting these shoes off and on easy and allows for a secure fit. Perforated EVA insoles feature AEGIS Microbe Shield(R) antibacterial treatment to deter odors; insoles can be removed for quick drying. EVA midsoles with Air Cushion(R) shock absorption enhance all-day wear. Nylon shanks supply torsional stability on both uneven shorelines and terra firma. Merrell Rinsemaster cupsoles and outsoles feature special drain ports and nonmarking rubber for traction on varied surfaces.


Using recycled materials for the upper, the Merrell Kid's Waterpro Jump Water Shoe hopes that the cool places they'll be splashing as kids look just as pristine when they come back as adults. The footbed can be easily removed for quick drying, and the special sole both drains water and resists marking.

- Altrec Outdoors

Merrell Kids' WaterPro Jump

previously retailed for:
$19.83 - $49.49

The Merrell Kids' WaterPro Jump is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 16, 2011 at REI.

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