SeaVees Baja Portal Slip On Shoe - Women's

SeaVees Baja Portal Slip On Shoe - Women's
SeaVees Baja Portal Slip On Shoe - Women's
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Baja Portal Slip On Shoe - Women's by SeaVees
Ditch the California crowds this summer and head south of the border in your Baja Portal Slip On Shoe by SeaVees. This lightweight, slip-on sneaker is crafted with perforated nubuck leather so that you can keep cool with the ocean breeze between your toes as you break a sweat from the taco-truck hot sauce. The gummy-rubber sole gives you reliable traction as you make your way down the steep, dusted-with-sand pathway to the beach

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