About this item
Fit & style
- Flip-flop sandal design features shark eating a slice of pizza on a hook
- 100% EVA insole construction is comfortable and dries quickly
- Medium width
Your little shark will love prowling the beach or pool wearing Sullivan Shark Flip-Flops from Cat & Jack™. These fun kids sandals are built for all kinds of fun — splashing in the water, eating pizza on the sand and everything in between. The cushioned sole and comfortable fabric strap keep his fins feeling good through any adventure, and the cool shark design on the heel adds a fun element he'll love to show off again and again.
Care and Cleaning: Avoid extreme heat
Lining Material: Polyester
Insole Material: EVA
Features: Thong strap, Slip on, Open toe
Upper Shoe Material: 90% Cotton and 10% Polyester
Sole Material: 99% Polyester and 1% Plastic
Heel: No heel
Footwear outsole details: Indoor/outdoor outsole
Footwear item type: Flip flop sandals
Shoe Width: Medium
Item Number (DPCI): 077-04-0477
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Most recent reviews
5 out of 5 stars
erika — 2 months ago
Bought these for both of my boys about 2 weeks ago. They have loved them and worn them everyday since. I feel like the price is a little steep for flip flops, but I also hate all of the rubber/plastic feeling ones, so we went with these
Cute but not good
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
212suzzyq — 4 months ago
Too bad the bottom is so slippery because they are very cute. I purchased because the design/colors were perfect. The first day my son wore them he was slipping all over the floor. I returned. Not safe.
Comfy and soft.
5 out of 5 stars
Brenda — 4 months ago
I bought these for my 5 year old son. He wears a 11.5/12 shoe. I got these in 13/1. They fit slightly big but not enough to cause him to have difficulty walking in them. I figure he’ll grow into them. He says they’re comfy. They are very soft to the touch, they look great on him and he walks well w...see moreof the reviewer's review