Circle One Childs Slipper


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Neoprene Shoes or Neoprene Beach Shoes

The Circle One Childs slipper is ideal for protecting the feet of young children when playing on the beach. It is also ideal for Watersports such as Sit On top kayaking

Circle One has made the Childs slipper from 3mm neoprene. There is then a rubber sole unit for a bit of grip. As it is a shoe it’s easy to slip on and off. Once the shoe is on it is firmly secured to the foot by a drawstring that runs around the ankle

  • General Features
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  • 3mm Neoprene
  • Grippy Rubber Sole Unit
  • Reinforced toe area
  • Reinforced heel area
  • Drawstring around the ankle for a snug secure fit


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