Reef Spiniker Mid NB Shoe - Men's

Reef Spiniker Mid NB Shoe - Men's
Reef Spiniker Mid NB Shoe - Men's
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Spiniker Mid NB Shoe - Men's by Reef
We know: you love your Reef flops, but unfortunately they're not cutting it in the cooler weather. Thankfully, Reef has a line of fall- and winter-ready shoes that offer characteristic Reef comfort, but in styles that make sense when it's time to transition to pants and flannels. The Men's Spiniker Mid NB Shoe has a handsome full-grain leather upper with a classy inlaid die-cut leather logo label on the tongue. You step down on cushy and supportive EVA comfort, while the molded rubber outsole lasts through long days out around town. The outsole's Swellular wave-inspired design offers stylish traction so you stay planted on your skateboard or don't slip when streets get slick. The insole resists odors, and when it's time you can remove and wash it if you need to freshen things up. The shoe comes with a custom dust bag and an extra set of laces.

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SKU: REF1605
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