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Rubber sole
MATERIAL:Space layer offset printing Upper+Anti-slip Rubber sole
VAMP: The uppers adopt 3 layers of high-elastic fabrics with amazing stretch performance, breathable, comfortable and quick-drying, easy on and off. Ideal beach partners for all people and lovers.
DRAINAGE HOLES: Unique seven holes on each bottom to ensure proper water flowing out of them, which creates a cooler and healthier life style, quick-drying, breathable during water activities.
SOFTER SHOE-PAD: with freer breath ability, better moisture absorption and better deodorization, it is well welcomed. Moreover,Durable rubber soles, provides exceptional traction in slippery conditions, and are stable enough to protect your feet from stepping on rock and stone
MULTI USE SHOES: Perfect for beach, water aerobics, surfing, weight training, wake-boarding, sailing, boating, windsurfing, cycling jogging, walking, fishing, garden, lawn, car-washing and yoga.

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Harold S. Geneen, CEO ITT from 1959-77, and various authors


about the heritage institute

The Heritage Institute works to promote leadership, integrity and competence in governance and human relations in the workplace and community.

The Heritage Institute is located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We travel widely to provide in-house training and services for our clients.

The Heritage Institute's clients have included governments, the justice system, financial institutions, businesses and community organizations.

At the Heritage Institute, we have been working in the field of corporate governance and human relations for over 30 years.



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