Toddler boys' navy water shoes keep him from slipping and help protect his feet
Cut-out holes create a breathable, comfortable design
Slip-on style for easy on/off
Care and Cleaning: Avoid extreme heat
Lining Material: Plastic
Construction: Washable liner
Insole Material: Plastic
Features: Slip on
Upper Shoe Material: 100% Plastic
Sole Material: 100% Plastic
Shoe Width: Medium
Footwear toe openness: Closed toe
Footwear outsole details: Indoor/outdoor outsole
Item Number (DPCI): 077-03-2575
Keep your little guy's feet covered up at the pool or beach in cute style with the Daker Water Shoes from Cat & Jack™. In a solid navy color, these toddler boys' water shoes are made from sturdy plastic to give him better grip on wet surfaces and help protect his feet from getting poked by shells or sharp objects. His feet will also stay perfectly comfy, thanks to the cut-out holes that allow air to circulate for maximum breathability.
Bought these for my toddler, hoping they were like Native Shoes. They are similar but the quality is not the same. They get dirty quickly and the white portion scratched off of the front the second day that he wore them. Knowing the difference in the price, I am okay with the quality and did keep them. I would buy them again to leave at a family members house for versatile extra shoes.
I've read some of these other reviews and I cracked up... I got these shoes for $10... What do you expect to get for $10??? Well, they far exceeded my expectations. My son loves them, they are comfortable for him and he wants to wear them even when he's not in the pool or water play. So my review, they are great.
These were great for my son for an outdoor camping. They were hiking and romping in the stream. He was done at the end of the day and I hosted them down. Good as new. Some other reviewers mentioned the white scratching off. It does but these are serious play shoes for us and I didn’t have to pay $40.00. He loved them and no blisters!!! If your kiddos has a narrower foot I’m not sure they would work. Also, my son wears an 11-12 and I bought a 9! Size down!