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    dead horse?
    maybe.

    one of the women in one of my classes bought these and had them on today in class.

    terrific water shoes.
    and they are nice to look at
    https://floafers.com/collections/wom...lamingo-womens
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    Those are cute. Kind of remind me of crocs. Nice to see they have kids sizes. I have an awful time getting shoes and often have to resort to kids sizes.

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    Those are very cute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pegmeister View Post
    Those are cute. Kind of remind me of crocs. Nice to see they have kids sizes. I have an awful time getting shoes and often have to resort to kids sizes.
    Me too Peg. Kids socks too.

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    I recommend the water shoes also - just ordered for myself and my son. One year our daughter got a really bad cut on her foot from a sharp shell or barnacle on rock then few years ago our son stepped on a sea urchin or bit by something which was scary - we only use on beach - by pool barefoot or flip flops lol
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    On the beaches I wear the Lands End Slip On water shoes, super comfy. I stepped on several bottle caps and almost stepped on glass in the sand heading to the ocean to swim before - no more for me. So now when I'm ready under the palapa for my day at the beach I'll switch out my flip flops for the swim shoes and leave them on unless I'm laying in the lounge chair, then I kick them off. they are easy to swim in as well - gives me peace of mind.

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