Body Glove 3T Barefoot Max Shoes - Minimalist, Amphibious (For Women)

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About Body Glove 3T Barefoot Max Shoes - Minimalist, Amphibious (For Women)

Closeouts. Body Glove's 3T Barefoot Max shoes offer superlight minimalist protection with a comfortable, three-toe design and land-to-water adaptability. Drainage holes in the outsole keep things dry, and a foot-securing strap fastens over the instep.

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4.636363 5 Overall Rating: 4.6 Based on 22 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by nick from Fla on Sunday, October 9, 2016
during our stay / eco tour in Nicaragua. Definitely the right footwear to protect your feet from rocks, shells and walking through the mangroves and sharps pins from the bushes. Sinking in the mud above your ankles you can keep going, forget about flipflops.. :-) My tip... wet the shoes and your fee... Read More
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    • No, there is no arch support....the insole is flat with drainage holes. I do find that for walking in the pool it gives good grip and keeps my feet from getting abrated.
      Answered on 4/13/2015 10:52:42 AM by Creative woman from palm Springs, C A
  • “Are these to wear in the pool, like for water aerobics?”
    Asked by Water aerobics newbie from NH on 11/16/2014 8:39:06 PM
    • I wouldn't have thought of that, but I'm sure it would work just fine. I have done aerobics in a pool with a rough bottom and sides, and these shoes would definitely work well in there. The sole is rubber with a mesh inside which allows the water to run through. I wore them while swimming in the river and they may float a bit, but they will work well for you in the pool. Just be sure to tighten the cord around your ankle so they don't flap at all. I dry mine by standing them up on their heels so the water drains out. They don't dry out quickly, but aren't too hard to get into when wet, and it doesn't matter if you will just get into the pool. Have fun!
      Answered on 11/16/2014 9:31:23 PM by water baby from Santa Cruz
    • I think these might be good for that. I wore them during a white water rafting event and they were perfect! If they can withstand rapids, I think they'll hold up very well in a pool :)
      Answered on 12/14/2014 4:49:56 PM by Adventuregirl from New Hampshire

About Body Glove

There’s a reason why Body Glove bikinis, boardshorts and wetsuits have become almost ubiquitous on beaches from Waikiki to Whitehaven. Founded in the early 1950s by brothers Bill and Bob Meistrell, Body Glove was the first brand in the watersports industry to make highly functional neoprene wetsuits. Now offering models designed specifically for surfing and diving, Body Glove wetsuits feature cutting-edge technology, from Vaporlock seams to advanced Quadra Flex stretch panels to warmth-enhancing Thermolite® panels. Whether you surf, dive, wakeboard or paddeboard, Body Glove swimsuits, rashguards and wetsuits will provide the fit, style and performance you need to have a blast in the water.