Rip Curl Flashbomb 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's

Rip Curl Flashbomb 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's
Rip Curl Flashbomb 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's
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Flashbomb 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's by Rip Curl
Built to help you set it off in cold waters, the Rip Curl Men's Flashbomb 5mm Round Toe Booties are among the fastest drying boots in the world and feature exceptional comfort and warmth for long, demanding sessions in the frigid ocean. Crafted from 5mm of toasty neoprene and equipped with a Flash lining, these booties offer insanely lightweight and stretchy performance that dries quickly for all-day comfort. The Supersoft heel and stitchless compression strap give you just the right amount of cushioning when you need it most. Plus, the pull-on heel strap and hook-and-loop shaft closure make for a secure fit that's easy to take on and off.

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SKU: RIP00OL
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