NRS Crush Kayak Shoe - Men's

NRS Crush Kayak Shoe - Men's
NRS Crush Kayak Shoe - Men's
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Crush Kayak Shoe - Men's by NRS
The NRS Men's Crush Kayak Shoes can be worn both on the river and at the tavern after another successful river run. Their durable 1000D nylon upper resists damage from water and stands up to abrasive river bottoms at the put-in while drainholes at the sidesallow water to escape, so you're not weighed down with water-filled shoes. The Crush's standard lacing provides a secure fit, but when you don't feel like lacing them up, the crushable heel allows you to wear them as ultra-casual slip-ons.

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